- Title Pages
- Notes on contributors
- 1 Introduction
- 2 Estonian werewolf legends collected from the island of Saaremaa
- 3 ‘She transformed into a werewolf, devouring and killing two children’
- 4 Participatory lycanthropy
- 5 Fur girls and wolf women
- 6 Female werewolf as monstrous other in Honoré Beaugrand’s ‘The Werewolves’
- 7 ‘The complex and antagonistic forces that constitute one soul’
- 8 I was a teenage she-wolf
- 9 The case of the cut-off hand
- 10 The she-wolves of horror cinema
- 11 <i>Ginger Snaps</i>
- 12 Dans Ma Peau
- Select bibliography
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