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Book (authored)

Sneddon, Andrew (2015) Witchcraft and Magic in Ireland. Palgrave Macmillan. Basingstoke. 232 pp ISBN 9781137182555 [Book (authored)]

Sneddon, Andrew (2013) Possessed by the Devil: The Real History of the Islandmagee Witches and Ireland's Only Witchcraft Mass Trial. History Press. 224 pp ISBN 184588745X [Book (authored)]

Sneddon, Andrew (2008) Witchcraft and Whigs: The life of Bishop Francis Hutchinson, (1660-1739). Manchester University Press. 219 pp ISBN 0719076129 [Book (authored)]

Book section

Sneddon, Andrew (2012) Irish Church Missions to Roman Catholics, c.1700-1800. In: Oxford Handbook of the British Sermon, 1689-1901. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 530-547. ISBN 978-0-19-958359-1 [Book section]

Sneddon, Andrew (2010) Institutional Medicine and State Intervention in Eighteenth–Century Ireland. In: Ireland and Medicine in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. (Eds: Clark, Fiona and Kelly, James), Ashgate, pp. 137-162. ISBN 9780754665564 [Book section]

Sneddon, Andrew (2010) ‘Legislating for economic development: Irish fisheries as a case study in the limitations of ‘Improvement’. In: The Eighteenth-Century Composite State: Representative Institutions in Ireland and Europe, 1689-1800. (Eds: Hayton, David, Kelly, James and Bergin, John), Palgrave Macmillan, pp. 136-159. ISBN 9780230231597 [Book section]

Journal article

Sneddon, Andrew (2016) Medicine, Belief, Witchcraft and Demonic Possession in Late Seventeenth-century Ulster. Medical Humanities, 42 . [Journal article]

Sneddon, Andrew (2012) State Intervention and Provincial Health Care: the County Infirmary System in Late 18th Century Ulster. Irish Historical Studies, 149 . pp. 5-21. [Journal article]

Sneddon, Andrew (2012) Witchcraft belief and trials in early modern Ireland. Irish Economic and Social History, XXXIX . pp. 1-25. [Journal article]

Sneddon, Andrew (2010) 'What the witchcraft bishop did in Ireland: the controversial career of Francis Hutchinson, 1660-1739'. History Ireland, 18 (1). pp. 22-25. [Journal article]

Sneddon, Andrew (2007) ‘Bishop Francis Hutchinson: a Case Study in the Culture of Eighteenth-Century Improvement’. Irish Historical Studies, 35 (139). pp. 289-310. [Journal article]

Sneddon, Andrew (2005) Those Crafty Adversaries’: Anti-Catholic Rhetoric in early Hanoverian England, c. 1716-21’,. Recusant History, 27 (4). pp. 521-536. [Journal article]

Sneddon, Andrew (2004) 'Darkness Must be Expell’d by Letting in the Light’: Bishop Francis Hutchinson and the Conversion of Irish Catholics by Means of the Irish Language, c.1720-4’. Eighteenth-Century Ireland, 19 . pp. 37-55. [Journal article]


Sneddon, Andrew (2014) The Supernatural in Ulster Scots Folklore and Literature Reader., N/A [Other]

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