Selected Bibliography for Scholarly Research on the Early Modern Werewolf

Primary Sources: Anonymous, Arrest memorable donné à l’encontre de Gilles Garnier lyonnois pour avoir en forme de loup garou devoré plusieurs enfans…, Lyon: Benoît Rigaud 1574. Anonymous, A True Discourse Declaring the Damnable Life and Death of One Stubbe Peeter, a most wicked sorcerer who in the likenes of a woolfe, committed many murders, continuing…

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German Nazi Party Members in South Australia’s Barossa Valley

I was interested in an article that was trending on Twitter on the history of Nazis and the far-right in Australia. I was intrigued being of German heritage (on my father’s side) of the photo of men dressed surrounding a Nazi flag, which was taken in the Barossa Valley in 1935. My ancestors migrated to…

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Exhibition: Luther’s Reformation

Martin Luther: Prophet, Hero and Saviour Martin Luther referred to himself as Germany’s ‘faithful teacher’ and ‘prophet of the Germans’ and in essence, the light in opposition to the papal darkness. Representations of Luther as a prophet-like figure was reproduced in both art and literature. In a portrait by Hans Baldung Grien (1480-1545), Luther is…

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