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Lunchtime Time Machine: Why were so many "witches" executed at Salem?

Professor, E. Merton Coulter Chair
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101 LeConte Hall

This installment of the Department of History’s popular undergraduate history talk series features Dr. Michael Winship, as he answers the question, "Why were so many "witches" executed at Salem?" Michael Winship's most recent book is  Hot Protestants: A History of Puritanism in England and America (Yale UP, 2018), a Choice Academic Title of the Year for 2019. Winship teaches courses on Early America and colonial history.

Free Admission. Free history. Free Chik fil A for lunch!

All majors are welcome. Open to the public.


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