Historian, writer & podcaster
Mary W. Craig, is a writer and historian living and working in Scotland.
A former Carnegie scholar and graduate of the University of Glasgow. Mary writes and lectures extensively about various aspects of the history of northern Europe. Mary has a particular interest in the women and men accused as witches in 17th century Scotland.
Mary explores what a witch accusation involved, how the community was affected, how the Kirk of Scotland acted and what lessons may be drawn from this dark part of Scotland's history.
Mary's publications on the witchcraft trial include:
Borders Witch Hunt: 17th Century Witchcraft Trials in the Scottish Borders
Agnes Finnie: the 'witch' of the Potterrow Port