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Culture Literature

Witches, women, words: the authors reclaiming history to imagine feminist futures

The void of female representation in history is an ongoing narrative. Giving a voice to the persecuted and silenced individuals of our past is essential if we want to develop a more equal and just society. By researching the history of women and witchcraft, authors Kiran Millwood Hargrave and Rebecca Tamás have attempted to repopulate […]

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Features

Witchcraft at the University of Edinburgh

Content warning: mentions acts of violence and sexual assault. Edinburgh is filled with witches. Some are fictional, brought to life by the city’s favourite author JK Rowling, while others lived long ago. But could it be possible that witches belong in our lecture halls now too? Popular Religion, Women and Witchcraft isn’t a module you’d […]

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Fringe Theatre

Terry Pratchett’s Wyrd Sisters

While the world sadly lost Terry Pratchett more than two years ago now, the world that he created was not lost, continuing to inspire and intrigue to this day. Duck in a Hat Theatre’s adaption of Terry Pratchett’s Wyrd Sisters  sees the cast clearly have a ball immersing themselves in the universe born from the […]