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Andersson, Jens A. “Sorcery in the Era of 'Henry IV': Kinship, Mobility and Mortality in Buhera District, Zimbabwe.” Journal Royal Anthropological Institute 8:3 (September 2002): 425-449.
Keywords: AIDS | HIV | narrative | Occult Sciences | rhetoric of science | sorcery | witchcraft
  
Ankarloo, Bengt, Stuart Clark, and E. William Monter. Witchcraft and Magic in Europe: The Period of the Witch Trials. London: Athlone, 2002.
Keywords: Aristotle | astrology | demons | devils | healing | Heinrich Corneilius Agrippa | hermeticism | inquisition | literature--18th C | literature—classical | magic | Occult Sciences | social sciences | witchcraft
  
Archer, Dawn. "Can Innocent People Be Guilty?": A Sociopragmatic Analysis of Examination Transcripts from the Salem Witchcraft Trials.” Journal Historical Pragmatics 3:1 (2002): 1-30.
Keywords: Occult Sciences | paradigm | Paul Grice | reality | rhetoric of science | social sciences | witchcraft
  
Bailey, Michael David. “The Feminization of Magic and the Emerging Idea of the Female Witch in the Late Middle Ages.” Essays Medieval Studies 19 (2002): 120—134.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | gender studies | magic | Occult Sciences | religion | witchdraft
  
Boy, Daniel. “Les Français et les Para-sciences: Vingt ans de Mesures.” Revue Francaise Sociologie 43:1 (January-March 2002): 35-45.
Keywords: astrology | Occult Sciences | telepathy | witchcraft
  
Bradstock, Andrew. “Restoring All Things from the Curse: Millenarianism, Alchemy, Science, and the Politics in the Writings of Gerrard Winstanley.” In Jowitt (Collections): pp. 95-108.
Keywords: alchemy | environmental sciences | Gerrard Winstanley | literature—17th C | Occult Sciences | politics | religion
  
Broedel, Hans Peter. “To Preserve the Manly Form from so Vile a Crime: Ecclesiastical Anti-Sodomitic Rhetoric and the Gendering of Witchcraft in the Malleus Maleficarum.” Essays in Medieval Studies 19 (2002): 136-148.
Keywords: gender studies | Heinrich Institoris | Occult Sciences | religion | witchcraft
  
Campbell, John Gregorson. Gaelic Superstitions and Witchcraft. Edinburgh, UK: Birlinn, 2002.
Keywords: Occult Sciences | superstition | witchcraft
  
Carr-Gomm, Philip. Druidcraft: The Magic of Wicca and Druidry. London: Thorsons, 2002.
Keywords: druids | Occult Sciences | religion | witchcraft
  
Cartwright, Lorna. This May Not Be about Harry Potter ... But It’s More About Alchemy. Pharmacy History 17 (July 2002): 14.
Keywords: alchemy | medicine | Occult Sciences | pharmacology
  
Cockrell, Amanda. “Harry's Cousins in the Magical Realm. Harry Potter and the Secret Password: Finding Our Way in the Magical Genre.” In Whited (Collections): pp. 15-26.
Keywords: J.K. Rowling | literature--children’s | magic | Occult Sciences
  
Compagni, Vittoria Perrone. Abracadabra: Le Parole della Magia: Ficino, Pico, Agrippa. Rivista di estetica 42:2 (2002): 105-130.
Keywords: astrology | Giovanni Pico della Mirandola | Heinrich Cornelius Agrippa von Nettesheim | magic | Marsillio Ficino | Occult Sciences | visual arts--medieval
  
Deeds, Susan M. “Witchraft, Gender and Inquisition in Nueva Vizcaya.” Desacatos 10 (Fall-Winter 2002): 30-47.
Keywords: colonialism | gender studies | inquisition | magic | Occult Sciences | partriarchy | race studies | witchcraft
  
DeWitt, Lloyd. The Alchemist Transformed. Chemical Heritage 20:1 (Spring 2002): 33.
Keywords: alchemy | chemistry | Occult Sciences | physical & mathematical sciences
  
Doty, Kathleen, and Risto Hiltunen. "’I Will Tell, I Will Tell’: Confessional Patterns in the Salem Witchcraft Trials, 1692.” Journal Historical Pragmatics 3:2 (2002): 299-335.
Keywords: discourse | hysteria | narrative | Occult Sciences | rhetorical sciences | social sciences | William Labov | witchcraft
  
Galvan, Jill Micole. Feminine Channeling: Technology, the Occult, and Women's Mediation of Communications, 1870-1915. Ph.D. Dissertation: UCLA, 2002.
Keywords: Bram Stoker | channeling | communication | gender studies | George Du Maurier | Henry James | hysteria | literature—19th-20th C | Marie Corelli | mediation | mediums | mesmerism | Morton Prince | Occult Sciences | phenomena | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | rhetorical sciences | Rudyard Kipling | technology
  
Goodheart, Lawrence B. “The Distinction between Witchcraft and Madness in Colonial Connecticut.” History Psychiatry 13:52 (Dec. 2002): 433-444.
Keywords: literature: 17th-18th C | mental illness | Occult Sciences | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | witchcraft
  
Grimes, M. Katherine. “Harry Potter: Fairy Tale Prince, Real Boy, and Archetypal Hero.” In Whited (Collections): pp. 89-124.
Keywords: fairy tales | heroism | J.K. Rowling | literature--children’s | magic | Occult Sciences
  
Gunn, J.H.P. “Blavatsky and the Magic of Esoteric Language.” Journal Communication & Religion 25:2 (September 2002): 193-227.
Keywords: Hélèna Petrovna Blavatsky | intuition | Occult Sciences | poetics | popular sciences | reality | religion | rhetoric of science | theory
  
Higgins, Hannah. “Intermedial Perception or Fluxing Across the Sensory.” Convergence: International Journal Research Into New Media Technologies 8:4 (December 2002): 59-76.
Keywords: fluxus | medicine | Occult Sciences | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | senses | visual arts--20th C
  
Hughes, Jonathan. “Edward IV and the Alchemists.” History Today 52:8 (August 2002): 10-17.
Keywords: AIDS | alchemy | medicine | Occult Sciences
  
Johnson, Troy R. Distinguished Native American Spiritual Practitioners and Healers. Westport, CN: Oryx Press, 2002.
Keywords: medicine | native Americans | Occult Sciences
  
Jolly, Karen Louise, Edward Peters, and Catharina Raudvere. Witchcraft and Magic in Europe: The Middle Ages. London: Athlone, 2002.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | botany | Charlemagne | demons | devils | fortune telling | Galdr | healing | herbs | literature--medieval | magic | medicine | necromancy | Occult Sciences | paganism | Reformation | religion | runes | sorcery | superstition | witchcraft
  
Keyworth, David. “The Socio-Religious Beliefs and Nature of the Contemporary Vampire Subculture.” Journal Contemporary Religion 17:3 (October 2002): 355-370.
Keywords: fetishes | mysticism | Occult Sciences | religion | social sciences | vampires
  
King, Francis. Sexuality, Magic and Perversion. Los Angeles: Feral House, 2002.
Keywords: Aliester Crowley | Annie Besant | Edward Sellon | gender studies | Gerald Gardner | magic | Occult Sciences | perversion | pornography | Theodor Reuss
  
Kottek, Samuel S. “Precious Stones in Jewish and Christian Medieval Literature: Natural and/or Occult Sciences?” Koroth 16 (2002): 89-110.
Keywords: geology | literature--medieval | Occult Sciences | religion
  
Lambek, Michael. “Fantasy in Practice: Projection and Introjection, or the Witch and the Spirit-Medium.” Social Analysis 46:3 (Fall 2002): 198-214.
Keywords: anthropology | fantasy | H. Loewald | Occult Sciences | possession | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | Sigmund Freud | social sciences | witchcraft
  
Lehnig, Susanne. “Die Drei-Prinzipien-Theorie des Paracelsus.” Nova Acta Paracelsica 16 (2002): 19-59.
Keywords: literature--medieval | medicine | Occult Sciences | Paracelsus
  
Lovell, Nadia. Cord of Blood: Possession and the Making of Voodoo. London; Sterling, VA: Pluto Press, 2002.
Keywords: anthropology | Occult Sciences | social sciences | voodoo
  
Milanesi, Claudio. Arte e Alchimia: Nei Discorsi di P.A. Mattioli. Siena: Terre de Sienne, 2002.
Keywords: alchemy | Biological Sciences | botany | Mattioli | Occult Sciences | Pier Andrea | visual arts—16th C
  
Morrisson, Mark. Edith Sitwell's Atomic Bomb Poems: Alchemy and Scientific Reintegration.” Modernism/Modernity 9 (2002): 605-633.
Keywords: alchemy | atomic bomb | Edith Sitwell | Occult Sciences | poetry
  
Nadeau, Carolyn A. Women of the Prologue: Imitation, Myth, and Magic in Don Quixote I. Lewisburg, PA; Cranbury, NJ: Bucknell University Press; Associated University Presses, 2002.
Keywords: gender studies | literature--16th C | magic | Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra | myth | Occult Sciences
  
Natov, Roni. “Harry Potter and the Extraordinariness of the Ordinary.” In Whited (Collections): pp. 125-139.
Keywords: J.K. Rowling | literature--children’s | magic | Occult Sciences
  
Neto, José R. Maia, and Elene C. Pereira Maia. “Boyle's Carneades.” Ambix 49 (2002): 97-111.
Keywords: Occult Sciences | physical & mathematical sciences | Robert Boyle
  
Newman, William R., and Lawrence Principe. Alchemy Tried in the Fire: Starkey, Boyle, and the Fate of Helmontian Chymistry. London: University Chicago Press, 2002.
Keywords: Antoine Lavoisier | Aristotle | Benjamin Worsley | chemistry | Francis Bacon | Frederick Clodius | George Starkey | Joan Baptista Van Helmont | Johann Moriean | Johann Rudolph Glauber | metallurgy | metaphor | Occult Sciences | philosopher’s stone | physical & mathematical sciences | Robert Boyle | Samuel Hartlib | Sir Kenelm Digby
  
Nicholson, Melanie. Evil, Madness, and the Occult in Argentine Poetry. Gainesville: University Press Florida, 2002.
Keywords: Alejandra Pizarnik | evil | Jacobo Fijman | literature--20th C | madness | mental illness | Occult Sciences | Olga Orozco | poetry | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences
  
Pérez-Bustamente de Monasterio, J.A. “Historical Aspects on mystics and Metaphysics of Metals.” Llull 25:52 (2002): 29-54.
Keywords: metallurgy | metaphysics | mysticism | Occult Sciences | philosophy | physical & mathematical sciences | theory
  
Pharr, Mary. “Harry's Roots in Epic, Myth, and Folklore. In medias res: Harry Potter as Hero-in-progress.” In Whited (Collections): pp. 53-66.
Keywords: epics | folklore | J.K. Rowling | literature--children’s | magic | myth | Occult Sciences
  
Reynolds, Bryan. “Untimely Ripped: Mediating Witchcraft in Polanski and Shakespeare.” In Starks (Collections): pp. 143-164.
Keywords: Charles Manson | drama | film | Gilles Deleuze | literature—20th C | Occult Sciences | Roman Polanski | technology | visual arts—20th C | William Shakespeare | witchcraft
  
Steege, David K. “Harry Potter, Tom Brown, and the British School Story: Lost in Transit?” In Whited (Collections): pp. 140-158.
Keywords: J.K. Rowling | literature--children’s | magic | Occult Sciences
  
Teare, Elizabeth. “Harry Potter and the Technology of Magic.” In Whited (Collections): pp. 329-342.
Keywords: J.K. Rowling | literature--children’s | magic | Occult Sciences | technology
  
Tosh, Tosh. “Possession, Exorcism and Psychoanalysis.” Studies in History & Philosophy Science Part C: Studies in History and Philosophy of Biological and Biomedical Sciences 33 (2002): 583—596.
Keywords: exorcism | historiography | magic | Occult Sciences | possession | psychoanalysis | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | theory
  
Tully, Caroline. Witches of Ancient Greece and Rome. The Beltane Papers 28 (September 30, 2002): 20.
Keywords: archetype | Canidia | Circe | Erietho | healing | Hekate | Homer | literature--ancient | magic | Medea | medicine | Occult Sciences | Odysseus | power | sorcery | Wicca | witchcraft
  
Tumminia, Diana G. “In the Dreamtime of the Saucer People: Sense-making and Interpretive Boundaries in a Contactee Group.” Journal Contemporary Ethnography 31:6 (December 2002): 675-705.
Keywords: dreams | ethnography | extraterrestrial | Occult Sciences | phenomenology | rhetoric of science | social sciences
  
Valussi, Elena. Beheading the Dragon: A History of Female Inner Alchemy in China. Ph.D. Dissertation: University London, 2002.
Keywords: alchemy | gender studies | Occult Sciences | social sciences
  
Webster, Charles. “Paracelsus, Paracelsianism, and the Secularization of the Worldview.” Science in Context 15:1 (March 2002): 9-27.
Keywords: capitalism | disease | hermetics | magic | Max Weber | medicine | neo-Platonic | Occult Sciences | Paracelsus | religion | social sciences | Theophrast von Hohenheim | theory | witchcraft