Richard M. Golden

Department: 
History
College: 
College of Arts and Sciences
Email: 
rmg@unt.edu
Phone: 
(940) 369-8933
Expertise: 
European Witch Hunts and Witchcraft, European History, Religious and Social History, Eary Modern Europe (1500-1789)
Education: 
PhD, history, Johns Hopkins University MA, history, Johns Hopkins University BA, history, Vanderbilt University
Activities: 
Authored or edited several books, including, among others, The Godly Rebellion: Parisian Cures and the Religious Fronde, 1652-1662, Western Societies: Primary Sources in Social History, and The Social Dimension of Western Civilization. Currently writing a book focusing on the witch hunts in Europe in the 16th and 17th centuries and editing a four-volume encyclopedia of witchcraft, to be published in 2003. Member of the American Historical Association, Scholars of Early Modern Studies, the Society for French Historical Studies, and the Sixteenth Century Studies Conference.