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Magic and occultism in non-Islamic cultures

Almond, Ian. “The Ghost Story in Mexican, Turkish and Bengali Fiction Bhut, Fantasma, Hayalet.” The Comparatist, vol. 41 (2017), 213-235.


Alt, Peter-AndrŽ, Eming, Jutta, Renz, Tilo and Wels, Volkhard, Magia daemoniaca, magia naturalis, zouber: Schreibweisen von Magie und Alchemie in Mittelalter und FrŸher Neuzeit (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz Verlag 2015).


Asprem, Egil, “Beyond the West: Towards a New Comparativism in the Study of Esotericism”, Correspondences, 2:1 (2014), 3Ð33.


Badalanova Geller, Florentina, “Heavenly Writings: Celestial Cosmography in The Book of the Secrets of Enoch”, ?????????????? ??????????, 45: 46 (2012), 197-244.


Barbierato, Federico, “Political Astrologers and the Secret Wheels of Providence Prophecies, Astrology, and Pragmatic Futurologies in Seventeent – and Eighteenth – Century Venice”, Mediterranea Ð Ricerche Storiche, 39 (2017), 9-38.


Barrowclough, David, Time to Slay Vampire Burials?: The Archaeological and Historical Evidence for Vampires in Europe (Cambridge: Red Dagger Press 2014).


Ben-Zaken, Avner, “Traveling with the Picatrix: cultural liminalities of science and magic”, in Martin Fuchs, Antje Linkenbach, Martin Mulsow, Bernd-Christian Otto, Rahul Bj?rn Parson and Jšrg RŸpke (eds), Religious Individualisation (De Gruyter 2019), 1033Ð1064. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1515/9783110580853-051Ê


Bever, Edward, The Realities of Witchcraft and Popular Magic in Early Modern Europe: Culture, Cognition, and Everyday Life (New York: Palgrave Macmillan 2008).


Black, Winston, “Animated Corpses and Bodies with Power in the Scholastic Age”, in Joelle Rollo-Koster (ed.), Death in Medieval Europe: Death Scripted and Death Choreographed, (Oxon: Routledge – Taylor & Francis Group 2017), 71-93.


Boudet, Jean-Patrice and Weill-Parot, Nicolas, “?tre historien des sciences et de la magie mŽdiŽvales aujourd’hui: apports et limites des sciences sociales”, Etre historien du Moyen Age au XXIe sicle, SHMESP 38th conference, ?le de France, 2007 (Publications de la Sorbonne, 2008), 199-228.


Boudet, Jean-Patrice and Weill-Parot, Nicolas, “?tre historien des sciences et de la magie mŽdiŽvales aujourd’hui: apports et limites des sciences sociales”, inÊ Etre historien du Moyen Age au XXIe sicle, SHMESP 38th conference, ?le de France 2007 (Publications de la Sorbonne 2008), 199-228.


Broecke, Steven Vanden, “Astrology and Politics”, in Brendan Dooley (ed.), A Companion to Astrology in the Renaissance (Leiden: Brill 2014), 193Ð232.


Burnett, Charles, Magic and Divination in the Middle Ages: Texts and Techniques in the Islamic and Christian Worlds (Aldershot: Variorum 1996).


Burns, Dylan, “The Chaldean Oracles of Zoroaster, Hekate’s Couch,and Platonic Orientalism in Psellos and Plethon Die ChaldŠischen Orakel des Zoroaster, die Couch der Hekate und platonischer Orientalismus in Psellos und Pl?thon”, Aries, 6:2 (2006), 158-179.


Caciola, Nancy and Sluhovsky, Moshe, “Spiritual Physiologies: The Discernment of Spirits in Medieval and Early Modern Europe”, Preternature: Critical and Historical Studies on the Preternatural, 1:1 (2012), 1-48.


Caciola, Nancy Mandeville, “Revenants, Resurrection, and Burnt Sacrifice”, Preternature: Critical and Historical Studies on the Preternatural, 3:2 (2014), 311Ð338.Ê


Caciola, Nancy, “Breath, Heart, Guts: The Body and Spirits in the Middle Ages” in G?bor Klaniczay and ƒva P?cs (eds), Demons, Spirits, Witches, vol. I: Communicating with the Spirits (Budapest: Central European University Press, 2005), 21-39.Ê


Caciola, Nancy, “Exorcism”, Encyclopaedia of Religion, Second Edition


Caciola, Nancy, “Mystics, Demoniacs, and the Physiology of Spirit Possession in Medieval Europe”, Comparative Studies in Society and History, 42:2 (2000), 268-306.


Caciola, Nancy, “Spirits seeking bodies: death, possession and communal memory in the Middle Ages”, in Bruce Gordon and Peter Marshall (eds), The Place of the Dead: Death and Remembrance in Late Medieval and Early Modern Europe (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2000), 66-86.


Caciola, Nancy, “Wraiths, Revenants and Ritual in Medieval Culture”, Past & Present, 152 (1996), 3-45.


Caiazzo, Irene, “Causalitˆ celeste, astrologia e predizione nel secolo XII : qualche considerazione”, in Alessandro Palazzo and Irene Zavattero (eds), Geomancy and Other Forms of Divination (Florence: SISMEL Edizioni del Galluzzo 2017), 351-370.


Caiazzo, Irene, “Nature et dŽcouverte de la nature au XIIe sicle: nouvelles perspectives”, in Pasquale Porro and Loris Sturlese, The Pleasure of Knowledge/Il piacere della conoscenza, Quaestio, 15 (Turnhout: Brepols Publishers 2015), 42-72.


Carnochan, W. B., “Witch-Hunting and Belief in 1751: The Case of Thomas Colley and Ruth Osborne”, Journal of Social History, 4:4 (1971), 389-403.


Caseau, BŽatrice, “Magical Protection and Stamps in Byzantium”, in Ilona Regulski, Kim Duistermaat and Peter Verkinderen (eds), Seals and Sealing Practices in the Near East: Developments in Administration and Magic from Prehistory to the Islamic Period, Proceedings of an International Workshop at the Netherlands-Flemish Institute in Cairo on December 2-3, 2009 (Leuven-Paris-Walpole: Uitgeverij Peeters en Departement Oosterse Studies 2012), 115-132.


Celenza, Christopher S., “The Search for Ancient Wisdom in Early Modern Europe: Reuchlin and the Late Ancient Esoteric Paradigm”, The Journal of Religious History, 25:2 (2001), 115-133.


Crow, John L., “Miracle or Magic? The Problematic Status of Christian Amulets”, in Jacqueline Braak and Deirdre Malone (eds), Van Discussie tot Beleving: Religiestudies aan de UvA (Amsterdam: ARS Notoria 2009), 97-112.


Csepregi, Ildik?, “Changes in Dream Patterns between Antiquity and Byzantium: The Impact of Medical Learning on Dream Healing”, in ldik? Csepregi and Charles Burnett (eds), Ritual Healing: Magic, Ritual and Medical Therapy from Antiquity until the Early Modern Period (Florence: SISMEL Edizioni del Galluzzo 2012), 131-145.


Dooley, Brendan (ed.), BrillÕs Companions to the Christian Tradition: A Series of Handbooks and Reference Works on the Intellectual and Religious Life of Europe, 500Ð1800, vol. 49: A Companion to Astrology in the Renaissance (Leiden-Boston: Brill 2014).


Duni, Matteo, “Doubting Witchcraft: Theologians, Jurists, Inquisitors during the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries”, Studies in Church History, 52 (2016), 203-231.


Fidora, Alexander, “Divination and Scientific Prediction: The Epistemology of Prognostic Sciences in Medieval Europe”, Early Science and Medicine, 18:6 (2013), 517-535.


Forshaw, Peter J., “From Occult Ekphrasis to Magical Art”, in Sarah Kiyanrad, Christoffer Theis and Laura Willer (eds), Bild und Schrift auf ‘magischen’ Artefakten (Berlin, Boston: De Gruyter 2018), 15-47.


Forshaw, Peter J., “IsnÕt alchemy a spiritual tradition?”, in Wouter J. Hanegraaff, Peter Forshaw and Marco Pasi (eds), Hermes Explains: Thirty Questions about Western Esotericism (Amsterdam: Amsterdam University Press 2019), 105-112.


Forshaw, Peter J., “The Occult Middle Ages”, in Christopher Partridge (ed.), The Occult World (London: Routledge 2015), 34-48.


Foskolou, Vicky A., “The Magic of the Written Word: The Evidence of Inscriptions on Byzantine Magical Amulets”, ¢åìôÝïî ÌòéóôéáîéëÜ÷ °òøáéïìïçéëÜ÷ ¶ôáéòåÝá÷, 35 (2014), 329-348.


Fricke, Beate, “Making Marvels Ð Faking Matter: Mediating Virtus between the Bezoar and Goa Stones and Their Containers”, in Christine Gšttler and Mia M. Mochizuki (eds), The Nomadic Object: The Challenge of World for Early Modern Religious Art (Leiden-Boston: Brill 2018), 342-367.


Garde?a, Lezsek, “Vampire Burials in Medieval Poland. An Overview of Past Controversies and Recent Reevaluations”, Lund Archaeological Review, 21 (2015), 107-126.


Ginzburg, Carlo, The Night Battles: Witchcraft and Agrarian Cults in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries, trans. John Tedeschi, Anne C. Tedeschi (London, Melbourne and Henley: Routledge & Kegan Paul 1983).


GrŽvin, Beno”t and VŽronse, Julien, “Les Ç caractres È magiques au Moyen ?ge (XIIe-XIVe sicle)”, Bibliothque de l’ƒcole des chartes, 162:2 (2004), 305-379.


Grypeou, Emmanouela, “Paradiesvorstellungen in byzantinisch-apokalyptischer Literatur”, in JŸrgen Tubach, Armenuhi Drost-Abgarjan and Sophia G. Vashalomidze (eds), Sehnsucht nach dem Paradies: Paradiesesvorstellungen in Judentum, Christentum, ManichŠismus und Islam, BeitrŠge des Leucorea-Kolloquiums zu Ehren von Walther Beltz ( ) (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz 2010), 83-97.


Grypeou, Emmanouela, “Talking Skulls: On Some Personal Accounts of Hell and Their Place in Apocalyptic Literature”, Zeitschrift fŸr Antikes Christentum / Journal of Ancient Christianity, 20:1 (2016), 109-126.


Hanegraaff, Wouter J., “Esotericism Theorized: Major Trends and Approaches to the Study of Esotericism”, in April D. DeConick (ed.), Religion: Secret Religion (Farmington Hills: Macmillan 2016), 155-170.


Hanegraaff, Wouter J., “Gnosis”, in Glenn Alexander Magee (ed.), The Cambridge Handbook of Western Mysticism and Esotericism (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2016), 381Ð392.


Hanegraaff, Wouter J., “Hermes Trismegistus and Hermetism”, Marco Sgarbi (ed.), Encyclopaedia of Renaissance Philosophy, Cham: Springer 2018


Hanegraaff, Wouter J., “Magic”, in Glenn Alexander Magee (ed.), The Cambridge Handbook of Western Mysticism and Esotericism (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2016), 393-404.


Hanegraaff, Wouter J., “The Globalization of Esotericism”, Correspondences, 3 (2015) 55Ð91.


Hendrix, Scott, “From the Margins to the Image of ‘The Most Christian Science:’ Astrology and Theology from Albert the Great to Marsilio Ficino”, Culture and Cosmos, 20:1/2 (2016), 129-146.


Hendrix, Scott, “Reading the Future and Freeing the Will: Astrology of the Arabic World and Albertus Magnus”, Hortulus: The Online Graduate Journal of Medieval Studies, 2:1 (2006), 30-49.


Hirai, Hiro, “Athanasius KircherÕs Chymical Interpretation of the Creation and Spontaneous Generation”, in Lawrence M. Principe (ed), Chymists and Chymistry: Studies in the History of Alchemy and Early Modern Chemistry (New York: Science History Publications, 2007), 77-87.


Iafrate, Allegra, “Opus Salomonis: Sorting Out SolomonÕs Scattered Treasure”, Medieval Encounters, 22 (2016), 326Ð378.


Ivanov, Sergey A., Gerd, Lora, “An unknown post-byzantine journey to the other world,” Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, 39-2 (2016), 227-48.


Jalobeanu, Dana and Pastorino, Cesare, “Introduction”, Journal of Early Modern Studies, 3:1 (2014), 9-13.


JŸtte, Daniel, The Age of Secrecy: Jews, Christians, and the Economy of Secrets, 1400Ð1800, trans. Jeremiah Riemer (New Haven and London: Yale University Press 2015).


Kallestrup, Louise Nyholm and Toivo, Raisa Maria, “Approaches to Magic, Heresy and Witchcraft in Time, Space and Faith”, in Louise Nyholm Kallestrup and Raisa Maria Toivo (eds), Contesting Orthodoxy in Medieval and Early Modern Europe: Heresy, Magic and Witchcraft (Cham: Palgrave Macmillan 2017), 1-13.


Katsiampoura, Gianna and Nicolaidis, Efthymios (eds), Proceedings of International Conference “Science & Religion”, Athens 3-5 September 2015 (Athens: National Hellenic Research Foundation 2015).


Kirgi, Salim Fikret, ” An Early Modern Horror Story: The Folk Beliefs in Vampire-Like Supernatural Beings in the Ottoman Empire and the Consequent Responses in the Sixteen and Seventeenth Centuries”, unpublished M.A. thesis, Central European University 2017.


Klaniczay, G?bor and P?cs, ƒva (eds), Demons, Spirits, Witches, vol. I: Communicating with the Spirits (Budapest: Central European University Press, 2005).


Klaniczay, G?bor and P?cs, ƒva (eds), Demons, Spirits, Witches, vol. II: Christian Demonology and Popular Mythology (Budapest: Central European University Press, 2006).


Klaniczay, G?bor and P?cs, ƒva (eds), Demons, Spirits, Witches, vol. III: Witchcraft Mythologies and Persecutions (Budapest: Central European University Press, 2008).


Klaniczay, G?bor, “A Cultural History of Witchcraft”, Magic, Ritual, and Witchcraft, 5:2 (2010), 188-212.


Klaniczay, G?bor, “Decline of Witches and Rise of Vampires: in 18th Century Habsburg Monarchy”, Ethnologia Europaea, 17:2 (1987), 165-180.


Klaniczay, G?bor, “Learned Systems and Popular Narratives of Vision and Bewitchment”, in G?bor Klaniczay and ƒva P?cs (eds), Demons, Spirits, Witches, vol. III: Witchcraft Mythologies and Persecutions (Budapest: Central European University Press, 2008), 50-82.


Klaniczay, G?bor, “Learned Systems and Popular Narratives of Vision and Bewitchment”, in G?bor Klaniczay and ƒva P?cs (eds), Demons, Spirits, Witches, vol. III: Witchcraft Mythologies and Persecutions (Budapest: Central European University Press, 2008), 50-82.


Klaniczay, G?bor, “Shamanism and Witchcraft”, Magic, Ritual, and Witchcraft, 1:2 (2006), 214-221.


Klaniczay, G?bor, The Uses of Supernatural Power: The Transformation of Popular Religion in Medieval and Early-Modern, trans. Susan Singerman, ed. Karen Margolis (Princeton – New Jersey: Princeton University Press 1990).


Klaniczay, Ga?bor, “”Popular Culture” in Medieval Hagiography and in Recent Historiography”, in Paolo Golinelli (ed.), Agiografia e culture popolari / Hagiography and popular cultures: Atti del convegno internazionale di Verona, 28-30 ottobre 2010, in ricordo di Pietro Boglioni (Bologna: CLUEB 2012), 17-44.Ê


Klaniczay, Ga?bor, “A Cultural History of Witchcraft”, Magic, Ritual, and Witchcraft, 5:2 (2010), 188-212.


Koutalis, Vangelis, Martelli, Matteo and Merianos, Gerasimos, “Graeco-Egyptian, Byzantine and Post-Byzantine Alchemy: Introductory Remarks”, in ¶. Nicolaidis (ed.), Greek Alchemy from Late Antiquity to Early Modernity (Turnhout: Brepols 2018), 11-43.


Kraft, Andr?s, “Miracles and Pseudo-Miracles in Byzantine Apocalypses”, in Maria Gerolemou (ed.), Recognizing Miracles in Antiquity and Beyond (Berlin: De Gruyter 2018), 111Ð130.Ê


Krasmuller, Dirk. “Two Middle Byzantine treatises in defence of the care of the dead”, Jahrbuch der Oesterreichischen Byzantinistik, 68 (2018), 187-208.


KrausmŸller, Dirk, “Affirming Divine Providence and Limiting the Powers of Saints: the Byzantine Debate about the Term of Life (6th-11th Centuries)”, Scrinium, 14:1 (2018), 392-433.


KrausmŸller, Dirk, “Diorasis Denied: Opposition to Clairvoyance in Byzantium from Late Antiquity to the Eleventh”, Jahrbuch der …sterreichischen Byzantinistik, 65 (2015), 111-128.


KrausmŸller, Dirk, “More Than the Shadow of a Doubt: Dream Theory and the Impersonation of Saints by Angels”, Mukaddime, 9:1 (2018), 45-51.


KrausmŸller, Dirk,Ê “ÔNobody has ever seen GodÕ Ð The denial of the possibility of mystical experiences in eighth- to eleventh-century Byzantium”, Journal for Late Antique Religion and Culture, 11 (2017), 65-73.


Magdalino, Paul and Mavroudi, Maria (eds), The Occult Sciences in Byzantium (Geneva: La Pomme d’or 2006).


Magdalino, Paul, “The historiography of dreaming in medieval Byzantium”, in Christina Angelide? and George T. Calofonos (eds), Dreaming in Byzantium and Beyond (Farnham: Ashgate 2014), 125-144.


Manolova, Divna, “Discourses of Science and Philosophy in the Letters of Nikephoros Gregorasmore”, unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Central European University, 2014.Ê


Mar?n, ?lvaro Garc?a, “”The Son of the Vampire”: Greek Gothic, or Gothic Greece?”, in Isabel Ermida (ed.), Dracula and the Gothic in Literature, Pop Culture and the Arts (Leiden-Boston: Brill 2016), 21-43.


Mar?n, ?lvaro Garc?a, “Haunted Communities: The Greek Vampire or the Uncanny at the Core of Nation Construction”, in Teresa Cutler-Broyles and Marko Teodorski (eds), Monstrosity from the Inside Out (Leiden: Brill 2019), 107-142.


Marinis, Vasileios, “Introduction”, in Death and the Afterlife in Byzantium: The Fate of the Soul in Theology, Liturgy, and Art (Cambridge, Cambridge University Press 2017), 1-6.


Martelli, Matteo, “The Alchemical Art of Dyeing: the Fourfold Division of Alchemy and the Enochian Tradition”, in Sven DuprŽ (ed.), Laboratories of Art. Archemy and Art Technology from Antiquity to the 18th Century, Archimedes 37 (London & New York: Springer 2014), 1-22.


Martin?n-Torres, Marcos, “Some recent developments in the historiography of alchemy”, Ambix, 58:3 (2011), 215-237.Ê


Mavroudi, Maria, A Byzantine Book on Dream Interpretation: The Oneirocriticon of Achmet and Its Arabic Sources (Leiden: Brill 2002).


Mittman, Asa Simon and Kim, Susan M.,”Monsters and the Exotic in Medieval England”, in Greg Walker and Elaine Treharne (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Medieval Literature in English (Oxford: Oxford University Press 2010), 677-706.


Newman, William R. and Grafton, Anthony (eds), Secrets of Nature: Astrology and Alchemy in Early Modern Europe (Cambridge: MIT Press 2001).


Oestmann, GŸnther, Darrel, H. Rutkin and Stuckrad, Kocku von (eds), Horoscopes And Public Spheres: Essays On The History Of Astrology (Berlin – New York: Walter de Gruyter 2005).


Orb?n, ?ron, “Astrology at the Court of Matthias Corvinus”, Terminus, 17 (2015), 113-146.


Otto, Bernd-Christian, “A discourse historical approach towards medieval learned magic from”, in Sophie Page and Catherine Rider (eds), The Routledge History of Medieval Magic (Abingdon: Routledge 2019), 37-47.


Otto, Bernd-Christian, “Historicising ÔWestern Learned MagicÕ: Preliminary Remarks”, Aries, 16 (2016), 161Ð240.


Palazzo, Alessandro and Zavattero, Irene (eds), Geomancy and Other Forms of Divination, Florence: Edizioni del Galluzzo 2017.


Palazzo, Alessandro, “New Perspectives on Geomancy: Introductory Remarks”, in Alessandro Palazzo and Irene Zavattero (eds), Geomancy and Other Forms of Divination (Florence: SISMEL Edizioni del Galluzzo 2017), ix-xxx.


Pasi, Marco, “Esotericism Emergent: The Beginning of the Study of Esotericism in the Academy”, in April D. DeConick (ed.), Religion: Secret Religion (Farmington Hills: Macmillan 2016), 143-154.


Pereira, Michela, “Projecting Perfection: Remarks on the Origin of the ÇAlchemy of the ElixirÈ”, Micrologus, XXIV (2016), 73-93.


Ragagnin, Elisabetta, “Is “vampire” a Turkic word?”, Antonio Fabris (ed.), Tra quattro paradisi: Esperienze, ideologie e riti relativi alla morte tra Oriente e Occidente. Venezia: Edizioni CaÕ Foscari, Hil‰l: Studi turchi e ottomani, 1 (2013), 60-70.Ê


Rec, Agnieszka, “Academic Alchemy: the Fundamentum Scienciae Nobilissimae Secretorum Naturae of Adam of Bochy?”, Preternature: Critical and Historical Studies on the Preternatural, 5:1 (2016), 1Ð28.


Rutkin, H. Darrel, “Astrology and Magic”, in Irven Resnick (ed.), A Companion to Albert the Great: Theology, Philosophy, and the Sciences (Leiden: Brill 2012), 451-505.


Rutkin, H. Darrel, “Astrology”, in Katharine Park and Lorraine Daston (eds), The Cambridge History of Science, vol. 3: Early Modern Science (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2006), 541-561.


Sakorrafou, Sandy and Merianos, Gerasimos, “John KanaboutzesÕ Commentary on Dionysios of Halikarnassos: A Perception of Alchemy in a Fifteenth-Century Greek Text”, in Gianna Katsiampoura (ed.), Scientific Cosmopolitansm and Local Cultures: Religions, Ideologies, Societies, Proceedings of 5th International Conference of the European Society for the History of Science, Athens 1-3 November 2012 (Athens: National Hellenic Research Foundation 2014), 86-94.


Sarpkaya, Seckin. “TŸrk KŸltŸrŸnde Vampir: TŸrk DŸnyas? Anlat?lar? ve ?nanlar?ndan Hareketle TŸrk KŸltŸrŸnde Kan ?en Ola?anŸstŸ Varl?klar”, in III. Gen Akademisyenler Sempozyumu, Ankara, Turkey, 23 – 24 November 2015, 583-614.


Shimizu, Tetsuro and Burnett, Charles, The word in medieval logic, theology and psychology: Acts of the XIIIth international colloquium of the SociŽtŽ Internationale pour l’ƒtude de la Philosophie MŽdiŽvale, Kyoto, 27 September – 1 October 2005 (Turnhout: Brepols 2009).


Stachowski, Kamil, Stachowski Olaf, “Possibly Oriental Elements in Slavonic Folklore. Upior ~ Wampir*”, in Micha? NŽmeth, Barbara Podolak and Mateusz Urban (eds), Essays in the History of Languages and Linguistics, (Krakow, 2017), 644-692.


Stroumsa, Guy G., “The Mystery of the Greek Letters: A Byzantine Kabbalah?”, Historia Religionum, 6 (2014), 35-43.


Sutcliffe, Richard, “Left-Hand Path Ritual Magick: An Historical and Philosophical Overview”, in Graham Harvey and Charlotte Hardman (eds), Paganism Today: Witches, Druids, the Goddess and Ancient Earth Traditions for the Twenty-First Century (London: Thorsons 1996), 109Ð137.


Thun?, Erik, “The Miraculous Image and the Centralized Church: Santa Maria della Consolazione in Todi”, in Erik Thun? and Gerhard Wolf, The Miraculous Image: In the Late Middle Ages and Renaissance, Papers from a Conference held at the Accademia di Danimarca in collaboration with the Biblioteca Hertziana (Max-Planck-Institut fŸr Kunstgeschichte), Rome, 31 May-2 June 2003 (Rome: L’Erma di Bretschneider 2004), 29-56.


Tieleman, Teun, “Miracle and Natural Cause in Galen”, in Stefan Alkier and Annette Weissenrieder (eds), Miracles Revisited: New Testament Miracle Stories and their Concepts of Reality (Berlin – Boston: De Gruyter 2013), 101-114.


Tilton, Hereward, “Alchymia Archetypica: Theurgy, Inner Transformation and the Historiography of Alchemy”, in Daniela Boccassini and Carlo Testa (eds), Quaderni di Studi Indo-Mediterranei, V: Transmutatio: La via ermetica alla felicitˆ / The Hermetic Way to Happiness (Alessandria: Edizioni dellÕOrso 2012), 179-215.


Valk, †lo, “Magic, Participation and Genre: Narrative Experiences of the Supernatural”, in Peeter Espak, MŠrt LŠŠnemets and Vladimir Sazonov (eds), When Gods Spoke: Researches and Reflections on Religious Phenomena and Artefacts, Studia Orientalia Tartuensia: Series Nova VI (Tartu: University of Tartu Press 2015), 416-431.


Van Bladel, Kevin, “Hermes and Hermetica”, Encyclopaedia of Islam Three


Vanden Broecke, Steven, “An Astrologer in the World-Systems Debate: Jean-Baptiste Morin on Astrology and Copernicanism (1631-1634)”, in Natacha Fabbri and Federica Favino (eds), Bibliotheca di Galilaeana, VIII: Copernicus Banned: The Entangled Matter of the Anti-Copernican Decree of 1616 (Florence: Leo S. Olschki Editore 2018), 223Ð41.


Vanden Broecke, Steven, “Astrological Contingency: Between Ontology and Epistemology (1300Ð1600)”, Pietro Daniel Omodeo and Rodolfo Garau (eds), Contingency and Natural Order in Early Modern Science (Springer 2019), 137-155.


Vanden Broecke, Steven, “From Cosmic Governance to Governmentality: Shaping Sublunary Order in Seventeenth-century French Critiques of Astrology”, in Miguel A. Granada, Patrick J. Boner and Dario Tessicini (eds), Unifying Heaven and Earth: Essays in the History of Early Modern Cosmology (Barcelona: University of Barcelona Press 2016), 315Ð340.


Vermeir, Koen, “Openness versus secrecy? Historical and historiographical remarks”, British Journal for the History of Science, 45:2 (2012), 165-188.


Viano, Cristina, “Byzantine Alchemy, or the Era of Systematization”, in Paul T. Keyser and John Scarborough (eds), Oxford Handbook of Science and Medicine in the Classical World ( Oxford University Press 2018).Ê DOI: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199734146.013.46


Weill-Parot, Nicolas, “Astral Magic and Intellectual Changes (Twelfth-Fifteenth Centuries): “Astrological Images” and the Concept of “Addressative” Magic”, in Jan N. Bremmer and Jan R. Veenstra (eds), The Metamorphosis of Magic: From Late Antiquity to Early Modern Period (Leuven: Peeters 2002), 167-187.


Weill-Parot, Nicolas, “Images corporŽiformes et “similitudo” dans le “Picatrix” et dans le monde latin mŽdiŽval”, in Jean-Patrice Boudet, Anna Caiozzo and Nicolas Weill-Parot (eds), Images et magie : Picatrix entre Orient et Occident (Paris: Champion 2011), 117-136.


Weill-Parot, Nicolas, “LÕattraction magnŽtique entre influence astrale et astrologie au Moyen ?ge (XIIIe-XVe sicle)”, Philosophical Readings, 7:1 (2015), 55-70.


Weill-Parot, Nicolas, “PŽnombre ficinienne:le renouveau de la thŽorie de la magie talismanique et ses ambigu•tŽs”, in StŽphane Toussaint (ed.), Marsile Ficin ou les mystres platoniciens, Les Cahiers de lÕhumanisme, 2 (2002), 71-90.


Weill-Parot, Nicolas, “Pouvoirs lointains de lՉme et des corps: lÕaction ˆ distance entre philosophie et magie, entre Moyen ?ge et Renaissance”, Lo Sguardo: Rivista di Filosofia, 10 (2012), 85-98.


Weill-Parot, Nicolas, ÇCausalitŽ astrale et Çscience des imagesÈ au Moyen Age: ƒlŽments de rŽflexionÈ, Revue d’histoire des sciences, 52:2 (1999), 207-240.


Yalt?r?k, Mehmet Berk, “TŸrk KŸltŸrŸnde Hortlak-Cad? ?nan??lar?”,Tarih Okulu Dergisi (TOD), 16 (2013), 187-232.Ê


Zambelli, Paola, Astrology and Magic from the Medieval Latin and Islamic World to Renaissance Europe: Theories and Approaches (Farnham: Ashgate Variorum 2012).


Zambelli, Paola, White Magic, Black Magic in the European Renaissance (Leiden-Boston: Brill 2007).


Magic and occultism in Islamicate societies

Abu MaÕshar, Al-Madkhal, II, p. 3, p. 5; Peter Adamson, ÔAbu MaÕshar, al-Kindi, and the Philosophical Defense of AstrologyÕ, Recherches de philosophie et thŽologie mŽdiŽvales, 69 (2002), pp. 245Ð70 (248).


Akman, M. Kubilay, Brown, “Donna M., Ahmad Al-Buni and His Esoteric Model”, The Esoteric Quaterly, 13:4 (2018), 51-75.Ê


Al-Houdalieh, Salah Hussein, “Archaeological Heritage and Spiritual Protection: Looting and the Jinn in Palestine”, Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology, 25: 1 (2012), 99-120.


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