I found these resources from various blogs and decided to share ’em with y’all!
Classic witch texts, including Margaret Murry’s The Witch Cult in Western Europe :
Biographies of famous witches, from folkloric sources through contemporary times:
By feminist scholar Max Dashu:
Hunting for Witches in the Family Tree is a commercial and commercialized site,
but with interesting information and links:
A research guide to the history of witchcraft, from the University of Pennsylvania:
Deborah Harkness teaches the history of science at the University of Southern California and has written a best-selling fiction trilogy with witches as many of the main characters.
Her website has lots of really interesting stuff:
Websites by law professor Douglas Linder of the University of Missouri, Kansas City:
Lynn Thorndike’s A History of Magic and Experimental Science (8 volumes) is discussed in a slightly bizarre website:
Music, books, paintings, instruments, workshops, conferences. If you go to this website, keep a good grip on your socks.
Dancing Tree Music
The creative expressions of Ruth Barrett.
Falcon River’s website. Artemis Archery is dedicated to the empowerment of women through the ancient art of instinctive archery.