Sign up for this study to help two master’s students figure out whether reading fictional stories like “Harry Potter” can help people’s mental health.
Fans vs. non-fans of “Harry Potter”: What can your eye movement say about your ability to process new words? That’s why Dr. Chris Hand and Dr. Joanne Ingram put magic under the microscope.
This study guide will help you on your path to greatness in the GNOMEs Trivia Tournament on May 30.
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.
Which is more nerve-racking: running a trolley into a barrier or defeating Voldy? Apparently, to our Mr. Potter, it’s the trolley bit! Here’s a comparative study of Harry’s emotions using corpus stylistics!
Studying is exhausting and tedious. Hogwarts alumna Hermione Granger reveals her top study secrets.
In the spirit of the swiftly approaching MuggleNet OWLs, I thought I’d put together a list of references and little tidbits of information to help with test prep. Check out our best tips and resources to ace your OWLs!