Verena Theile, assistant professor of early modern literature, is co-editor of Staging the Superstitions of Early Modern Europe, a collection of literary and historical essays on superstitions in performance and early modern drama. The book will be released by Ashgate Publishing this month.
Theile co-wrote the introduction. Her own, single-authored essay, Early Modern Engagements with Fear, Witchcraft, the Devil, and that Damned Dr. Faustus is featured in Part 1: Early Modern Superstitions: Religion, Reformation, and the History of Fear.
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