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Attention one and all! There is a new application open for anyone interested in becoming a PA for History of Magic! You can read more about the opportunity here or in the Newsroom:

History of Magic: https://forms.gle/YRCpSUMcPzTGjD1d9
Must have completed Year One of History of Magic (i.e. submitted all assignments, including extra credit), ideally with a 90%. For questions, contact the Head Student for the course, Lurkelly Leikeze.

Welcome back fellow history lovers (and also welcome to those of you who are forced here because this is a required class)! I hope the summer holidays treated you well. Apparently, while I was away on business and seminars, someone took the opportunity to rearrange my office for me. While it was a …
Today we’re zooming forward in time. No longer are we looking back hundreds of thousands of years into the past. Specifically, we will be touching on the beginnings of wizarding villages, with an emphasis on witch-hunting and its influence on the formation of European communities. We will not…
Hello again, Second Years! How has the past week been for you? Are you ready for the next lesson? Now that we have the grim business of witch-hunting out of the way, we can move onto more pleasant topics, like the founding of many famous (and some less famous) wizarding villages. Today, we will be …
Good day, young ones! Welcome back. Today, we will be covering the second half of our lessons on British wizarding villages, specifically mentioning Ottery St. Catchpole, Tinworth, and Upper Flagley. This (plus the three villages we covered last week) is not an exhaustive list of every single wizar…
Good morning, students! Today, I have invited a guest lecturer for today’s lesson on Merlin and King Arthur. Most of you would know her, as she is Ms. Astarael Hunt, the former Ancient Studies professor and an expert on this topic. Even though she has left Hogwarts, I’ve managed to catc…
Welcome, students, to week number six of Second Year History of Magic. I hope you all did well on your midterms! The remaining lessons of this year will all cover outstanding contributors to the wizarding world, ranging from individual achievements to group endeavors with a spotlight on education, …
Hello once again, and welcome back to History of Magic! Today’s class is quite an interesting one. Yes, I know. I personally think they’re all interesting because of my bias. But I suspect this is a lesson many of you have been looking forward to taking, and will still be very enjoyable…
Welcome all to Lesson Eight in this year of History of Magic. This lesson will be the last of this year packed with crucial information, as the next one will summarize all other lessons from this year and will precede your finals. Today, as you all know by reading your syllabus that was handed out …
Hello students! Congratulations on making it this far! You’ve finally reached the last lap and final lesson of History of Magic 201. Another year has passed by so very quickly and if I may say, this year has been a fairly interesting one. I hope that you have been enjoying the History of Magi…
In this class, students will be focusing on British wizarding history. Ever wondered how wizarding villages began? What was the first actual wizarding school in history? Learn about the formation of the British wizarding world through second year's History of Magic. You will gain in-depth understanding about anything and everything related to British history. Enter the world of the Middle Ages and time travel back into the modern day as we learn about what helped to build the world we live in now.
Course Prerequisites:
  • HOM-101

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