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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, Third Years! This year, we will be expanding our range from Great Britain to cover the history of magic in Europe. This provides an excellent mix of familiar topics (as the greater area of Europe does have many things in common historically with the United Kingdom), as well as new eve…
Welcome all, to week two of your Third Year of History of Magic. It is time to move onto today’s topic in European history, namely ancient Europe. In today’s lesson, we will quickly recap all the applicable information about Europe we have covered so far, as well as focusing on Greek in…
Welcome back to a new week of History of Magic. I hope you’re feeling up to par-- let’s begin the lesson. Last week, we covered the topic of ancient Europe. I have heard that many of you are still groaning in mental pain from the assignment and lesson. As such, today’s lesson will…
Welcome to the fourth lesson of History of Magic, Year Three. In previous years and lessons, we’ve started to create a timeline through the history of European magic, and today, we’re going to move up further on that line towards 1289 until 1692 CE. We will break this time frame up into…
Welcome back, Third Years. I hope the week has been good to you. You are now halfway through the year and have survived, you deserve a good pat on the back. Congratulations! This week, we will be discussing this history of wizards and their associations with magical creatures. I hope you’re a…
Welcome back to History of Magic! I hope they went well after the last lesson. We don’t have time to stop and ponder them too much as today we continue to dive into magical European history, but this time, from a more economic perspective. We will be ‘following the money,’ as some…
In today’s lesson, I aim to be crisp and concise and briefly go over the International Statute of Secrecy, henceforth used interchangeably with the abbreviation “ISOS.” We will be talking about three time periods important to defining the goals and context of the ISOS, prior to it…
Hello students, and welcome to Lesson Eight of History of Magic! I would first like to congratulate you on making it this far. You may be reassured (or perhaps disappointed) to know that your next lesson will be the last full lesson of this year, followed by an interesting surprise lecture on a top…
Congratulations on reaching this point of the year. You’ve survived another full year of History of Magic and you should be proud of yourself. This, the final lesson, contains what is hopefully a fun, relevant, and brief look into the history of our very own online Hogwarts experience. Histo…
Now that you’ve learnt about the British Wizarding History, we are going to venture further into the region’s wide spectrum of history as we learn about the History of European Magic. We will be covering many aspects such as Education, Sports, Medicine and many more. We will move from Ancient Europe to the Present Time. You will even get to learn about how we transform and mold ourselves in order to survive and keep the magic alive.
Course Prerequisites:
  • HOM-201

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