in History of the English Speaking Peoples (Purnell Press), 1970
[Note: The summary of the article was not written my A.M. and is inaccurate]
IN TUDOR AND STUART ENGLAND (Routledge, 1970; 2nd edn. 2000)
in Tudor and Stuart England',
in Witchcraft Confessions and Accusations, ed. Mary Douglas (A.S.A.
Publications, 1970 )
in Tudor and Stuart Essex', in Crime in England 1550-1800,
ed. J.S. Cockburn (Methuen,1977).
Tudor anthropologist: George Gifford's Discourse and Dialogue' in
The Damned Art: Essays in the Literature of Witch-craft, ed.
S. Anglo (Routledge,1977)
introduction to C. Larner, Witchcraft and Religion
Root of All Evil' in The Anthropology of Evil,
ed. David Parkin (Blackwell,1985)
Inquisition in Early Modern Europe'; (review
essay) in Temenos, vol. 24 1988
Beliefs', Appendix F in Bernard Pignede, THE
GURUNGS (trans. and edited by Sarah Harrison and Alan Macfarlane
(Kathmandu, 1993). [See also films and material on witchcraft in the
Himalayas in the Project on the
of Keith Thomas 'Religion and the Decline of Magic' in History
and the Decline of Magic' in P.Slack, P.Burke and B.Harrison (eds.),
CIVIL HISTORIES; ESSAYS IN HONOUR OF SIR KEITH THOMAS (Oxford Univ.
sociological Study of Past Societies with special reference to Witchcraft
in Essex' (Unpublished draft of Burrows Lecture, University of Essex,
MATERIALS ON WITCHCRAFT