Since we first learned about Ilvermorny, the American wizarding school, we’ve all been longing to know more about the school, as well as learn the identity of the four Houses. Well, finally we’ve got our wish. Today, Pottermore has revealed the history of the school, as well as the names of the four Houses!
In this academic lesson, we talk about “Harry Potter” as a literary artifact and how we can use the series to help aspiring writers become better at their craft. WebBloggers C.S. Plotter and Christine Frazier join us for this great lesson. Enjoy the show!
“MuggleNet Academia” Lesson 46: “Saving All of Our Galleons, Sickles, and Knuts for the Upcoming Releases”
In this academic lesson, we take a look at the upcoming wizarding world releases and content and discuss the shadow that hangs over the material. Joining us are returning guests Professor Janet Batchler of USC and recent graduate Amy Hogan. Enjoy the show!
Fans may currently be obsessing about the newly released portraits of Ron and Ginny Weasley from “Harry Potter and the Cursed Child”, but that doesn’t mean that we don’t still have a big ol’ soft spot for Rupert Grint and Bonnie Wright, who portrayed them in the “Harry Potter” films. What better way to reminisce on their “Potter” days than to watch them face the gauntlet of the Pottermore Sorting Hat?
“MuggleNet Academia” Lesson 45: “District 9 3/4 – Harry Potter and the Hunger Games: Critical Insights”
In this academic lesson, a critical insight to the widely popular “Hunger Games” series by Suzanne Collins. On the surface, the stories could not be more different: One is contemporary school boy Gothic with a rich undercurrent of humor and satire, while the other is dystopian fiction and almost unfailingly grim. Find out why they are more similar than at first glance.
The Pottermore Correspondent showcases the Tenement Museum, where the crew of “Fantastic Beasts” gained inspiration for some of the film’s interiors! Find out more about what the PMC had to say here!