EventsImage of the Witch: From History to Pop Culture

Image of the Witch: From History to Pop Culture

5:00 PM – 6:00 PM

Description

In the modern-day, the term “witch” encompasses an enormously diverse array of definitions and images. Despite its dark historical origins, when confronted with this word today, most envision a cartoonish green-skinned woman flying astride a broomstick or a beautiful, supernatural pop-culture heroine. Others still, such as those who practice Neopagan religions, may think of this as a sacred term and view this word as a spiritual designation. In this program, participants will hear about the complex and fascinating evolution of the image of the witch, tracing this story from the early modern period witch trials to the modern-day.

Presented by the Salem Witch Museum

Registration for this event will close 30 minutes before the scheduled start time. You will receive an email with instructions on how to access this event shortly before your session begins.


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Program:
History & Genealogy
Suitable for:
Teens (12–18)
Adults
Type:
Events
Language:
English

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