Episode 98 – Ilvermorny
This episode, we turn our attention to the Potterverse and J.K. Rowling’s North American school of magic, Ilvermorny. We talk about the school house divisions, the mascots, and some of the differences between the Old World and the New that caught our interest.
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Download: Episode 98 – Ilvermorny
For a background on some of the various creatures and folklore in the episode, we drew from the following books:
- A Treasury of New England Folklore, by B.A. Botkin
- A Treasury of Southern Folklore, by B.A. Botkin
- A Treasury of Western Folklore, B.A. Botkin
- American Folklore: An Encyclopedia, by Jan Brunvand
- Myths, Legends, & Folktales of America, by David Leeming & Jake Page
- The Encyclopedia of Monsters, by Daniel Cohen
- Buying the Wind: American Regional Folklore, by Richard Dorson
If you like us discussing pop culture and media, we mentioned that we were looking back at Episode 8 – Magical Media Mania.
We should be launching our newest podcast effort, Chasing Foxfire, in the next month or so. If you like folklore, this show will be connecting the dots between folk tales, science, nature, pop culture, literature, and more.
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