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"The Magazine that Changes Lives."
—The magazine's slogan.[src]

Transfiguration Today was a scholarly journal focusing on the latest news on developments in the field of Transfiguration.[2] It published articles[3] as well as papers submitted by prominent and knowledgeable figures in the subject.[4]

The magazine was also known for awarding the Transfiguration Today Most Promising Newcomer award to accomplished Hogwarts School students who extraordinarily excelled in Transfiguration.[5]

History

"Transfiguration Today is a learned publication filled with papers by eminent witches and wizards. Professor Minerva McGonagall once won the Transfiguration Today Most Promising Newcomer award."
—Description[src]

During his student years at Hogwarts School in the 1890s, Albus Dumbledore wrote some papers to the magazine,[2] at least one of which on Trans-Species Transformation.[4] Bathilda Bagshot was favourably impressed with the paper, leading to her acquaintance with him and the Dumbledore family.[4] Almost a century later, in 1991, Dumbledore was still an attentive reader of this periodical.[6] Minerva McGonagall also kept at least one issue in her office.

In the summer of 1993, during Harry Potter's stay at the Leaky Cauldron in London, he noticed some venerable-looking wizards arguing over the latest article in Transfiguration Today over breakfast.[3]

In her student years, in the 1950s, Minerva McGonagall was awarded with the Transfiguration Today Most Promising Newcomer award.[5] In her adult years, McGonagall became Transfiguration teacher at Hogwarts School, and in her spare time she made the scientifical revision of the articles in the magazine.[7]

In 1999, the magazine ran an advertisement on the Daily Prophet, which included a coupon entitling the bearer to a free Muggle Guard with the December, 1999 issue.[8]

Known editions

2579 (1926)

TransfigurationToday

2585 (1926)

Transfiguration Today - Edition 2085

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