Beth Sutton-Ramspeck’s “Harry Potter and Resistance” gets at the heart of the complexity that makes the series so hard to resist.
Category: Muggle Studies
“Open at the Close: Literary Essays on Harry Potter” is a stimulating read filled with new perspectives on popular and uncommon topics.
Greek mythology has a huge influence within the “Harry Potter” series, but just what is it about Trelawney that makes her a modern Greek tragedy?
Get out your best quill and ink! We’ve got a student’s firsthand exposure to a magical college experience.
Here are some reasons why Hogwarts should offer women’s and gender studies courses.
The spells in the wizarding world universe come from many languages, not just Latin.
In need of a literary topic for your final paper? Here’s one suggestion for how to write about “Harry Potter” characters in school papers.
Inspiration for Hermione’s name may not have come from classical mythology but a Gilded Age political movement.
Many “Harry Potter” spells come from Latin. But does it make sense for them to?