Hermione had the right idea with SPEW. Elf enslavement is a stain on magical society that must be corrected with long-term action.
If you’ve only watched the films, you’re missing out. Here are all the fun little things that make the “Harry Potter” books better than the movies.
How would a Hufflepuff handle “Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire”? We’ve got a diary entry that explains everything.
Episode 18 of “Potterversity” tackles the issue of house-elf enslavement and what we can learn about social change from an unresolved problem.
The spring equinox is deeply rooted in ancient traditions. Here’s how everyone’s favorite “Potter” characters honor the enchanting start of spring.
Here are some reasons why Hogwarts should offer women’s and gender studies courses.
Inspiration for Hermione’s name may not have come from classical mythology but a Gilded Age political movement.
Is agency denied to house-elves or declined by them? There are several moments throughout the “Harry Potter” books that contradict the idea that house-elves are magically bound to obey their masters.
In honor of MuggleNet’s 20th anniversary, here are 20 of the most important lessons the “Harry Potter” books taught us.