Join likeminded individuals and follow the growth of magick, from the Victorian supernatural movement through to the mainstream 'Tumblr witchcraft' phenomena. Together we will explore the historical and diverse belief systems that have influenced contemporary magical practices and learn about how the study of magick has changed in the global-market era.
$15 per student / $10 for Indigenous students or students of color
Regan de Loggans (Mississippi Choctaw/Ki'che' Maya) is an 'American' historian and lecturer whose research focuses on witchcraft, the occult, and history of magick. They are a practitioner of Brujería and founder of the Indigenous Womxn''s Collective:NYC.