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From QAnon to The Sandman: how demons found a place in popular culture

By Zohar Hadromi Allouche, Assistant Professor in Classical Islamic Religious Thought and Dialogue, Trinity College Dublin
S. Jonathon O'Donnell, Visiting scholar, postdoctoral fellow in American Studies, Queen's University Belfast
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Religious belief in the devil may have declined, but western demons are alive and well in popular culture and contemporary politics.The Conversation

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