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Upcoming Events:

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The Charles County Public Library After Hours Program:
Beyond the Mirror: Feminist Fairy Tales
August 6th – 7PM EDT
ONLINE – FREE!
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Past Events:

The 2021 Magickal Women Conference:
“Witches in the Grimms’ Fairy Tales” Lecture
June 4th – June 6th, 2021
ONLINE – Various Prices Per Day
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The Charles County Public Library After Hours Program:
Folkloric Felines
June 4th – 7PM EDT
ONLINE – FREE!
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Smithsonian Associates:
“The Power of Fairy Tales” Lecture
[APRIL 2021]
ONLINE

Open Graves, Open Minds:
The “‘Ill Met By Moonlight’:
Gothic Encounters with Enchantment and the Faerie Realm
in Literature and Culture” Conference
[APRIL 2021]

The Folklore Podcast:
“Chaucer to Carter: The Intersections of Folklore and Literature” Lecture
[APRIL 2021]
ONLINE
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Profs & Pints:
“Goddess of Spring and the Underworld” Lecture
[APRIL 2021]
ONLINE
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Haunted: An Online Halloween Extravaganza
[OCTOBER 2020]
ONLINE

Into the Dark Nights: Terrors of Irish Fairylore
[OCTOBER 2020]
ONLINE
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Spellcraft: A Folklore and Creative Writing Workshop
[SEPTEMBER 2020]
ONLINE

Beyond the Mirror: Feminist Fairy Tales
[AUGUST 2020]
ONLINE
Click here to purchase a recording of both talks from Salon #4!

The Sage Lecture: “Folklore and Shakespeare”
Presented in Honor of Deborah Sage
[JUNE 2020]
ONLINE
Please click here to watch the recorded version of this talk for FREE!

Ex Libris: The Witching Hour
Presented by The Providence Athenæum!
[JUNE 2020]
ONLINE
Please click here to watch the recorded version of this talk for FREE!
NOTE: The talk is available to watch on Vimeo, but you can no longer register to view it through the PA website!

Profs & Pints: Happily Ever After? – A Look at Fairy Tales and Love
[FEBRUARY 2021]
ONLINE
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Profs & Pints: Frightful Fairy-Tale Weddings
[FEBRUARY 2021]
ONLINE
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Profs & Pints: Folklore Strikes Back
[JANUARY 2021]
ONLINE
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Profs & Pints: You Better Watch Out – Terrifying Holiday Folklore
[DECEMBER 2020]
ONLINE
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Profs & Pints: Wintery Fairy Tales
[DECEMBER 2020]
ONLINE
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Profs & Pints: Fairy Tales of French Salons
[NOVEMBER 2020]
ONLINE
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Profs & Pints: A Summoning of Halloweens Past
[OCTOBER 2020]
ONLINE
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Profs & Pints: Japanese Ghost Stories
[OCTOBER 2020]
ONLINE
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Profs & Pints: Slenderman & Other Internet Folklore
[SEPTEMBER 2020]
ONLINE
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Profs & Pints: Folktales of Summer Forests
[JULY 2020]
ONLINE
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Profs & Pints: Folkloric Felines
[MAY 2020]
ONLINE
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Profs & Pints: The Women of King Arthur
[APRIL 2020]
ONLINE
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Profs and Pints: Summoning Fairies
[MARCH 2020]
Online

Profs and Pints: Happily Ever After?
[FEBRUARY 2020]
Washington, DC

Profs and Pints: Frightful FairyTale Weddings
[FEBRUARY 2020]
Washington, DC

Profs and Pints: Wintery Fairy Tales
[DECEMBER 2019]
Washington, DC

Profs and Pints: You Better Watch Out: Terrifying Holiday Folklore
[DECEMBER 2019]
Washington, DC

Profs and Pints: The Grimms’ Witches
[OCTOBER 2019]
Washington, DC

Profs and Pints: Summoning Fairies
[MAY 2019]
Washington, DC

Maryland Rennaissance Festival: Myth & Magic Weekend
“King Arthur Legends” and “The Magical Creatures of Harry Potter
[SEPTEMBER 2019]
Crownsville, MD

Contemporary American Theater Festival
CATF in Context Lecture Series
“Retelling Fairy Tales from a Feminist Perspective”
[JULY 2019]
Shepherdstown, WV

WitchLab: Witches in the Grimms’ Fairy Tales
[MARCH 2019]
Columbus, OH

ReaderCon: The Witch in Folklore
[JULY 2018]
Boston, MA

The Magical Druid: Witches in the Grimms’ Fairy Tales
[OCTOBER 2017]
Columbus, OH

Licking County Library: Folklore in Japanese Anime
[AUGUST 2017]
Newark, OH

FaerieCon: “Through dangers untold…”: The Folklore of Labyrinth
[NOVEMBER 2016]
Baltimore, MD