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Women and Witch Trials with Ann Little
To honor Women’s History Month and March 8, International Women’s Day we have created a special episode with Colorado State University’s Dr. Ann Little who specializes in the history of colonial America, with special emphasis on the history of women, gender and sexuality. She is a professor, author and expert consultant for Who Do You Think You Are?  We discuss past and persisting mentalities toward and in women including their fertility and sexuality power in society. What is the impact of this narrative on historic witch trials and in modern attitudes influencing women’s rights? Links Witch Craze: Terror and Fantasy in Baroque Germany, Lyndal Roper  The Devil in the Shape of a Women: Witchcraft in Colonial New England, Carol F. Karlsen The Republic of Nature, Mark Fiege Press Conference on H.J. No. 34, March 8, 2023 Resolution Concerning Certain Witchcraft Convictions in Colonial Connecticut Write a Connecticut Legislator  Join us on Discord to share your ideas and feedback. Please sign the petition to exonerate those accused of witchcraft in Connecticut Fact Sheet for Connecticut Witch Trial History Support Us! Sign up as a Super Listener! End Witch Hunts Movement  Thou Shalt Not Suffer Podcast Book Store Support Us! Buy Witch Trial Merch! Support Us! Buy Podcast Merch! Website Twitter Facebook Instagram Pinterest LinkedIn YouTube TikTok Discord Buzzsprout Mailchimp Donate Support the show
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