Category Archives: Conferences

Terry Pratchett Symposium, Dublin City University, 28 May 2016

The CFP for this symposium on Terry Pratchett has closed now–I’m not sure whether we saw it and posted it. But it still looks to be a brilliant event and well worth attending.

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Reimagining the Gothic 2016: Monsters and Monstrosity

The registration for ‘Reimagining the Gothic 2016: Monsters and Monstrosity’ has opened. The event is run by the University of Sheffield Gothic reading group and will include a symposium (at which I am presenting) and a creative showcase. Taking place … Continue reading

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CFP: BBEC Conference, University of Timișoara, Romania, 23th-25th June, 2016

I am pleased to announce that I am one of the Keynote Speakers at the Second International Conference ‘Beliefs and Behaviours in Education and Culture’ (BBEC) at the West University of Timișoara in Romania on 23th-25th June 2016. Professor Clive Bloom  will also … Continue reading

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CFPs and Talks

This an admin-esque post just drawing people’s attention to some CFPs and a talk that might be of interest to our followers. Firstly, there is a CFP for the Victorian Popular Fiction Association which will be holding its conference from … Continue reading

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CFP Disconnected Forms: Narratives of the Fractured Self @DisConnnectForms

This  original and pertinent conference  is organised by PhD students Sandie Mills and Gul Dag at the University of Hull. OGOM regular Dr Catherine Spooner is one of the plenaries and her paper ‘Asylum Chic or What to Wear to … Continue reading

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Supernatural Cities CFP @imaginetheurban

Many of you will remember the fabulous research seminar by Dr Karl Bell on Spring-Heeled Jack: and this conference has developed out of Karl’s supernatural cities project.  I like the Baudelaire and Benjamin  aspect of the CFP and the symposium … Continue reading

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Nick Stead: The Company of Wolves

I know it’s a while since the fabulous Company of Wolves conference in September, but I’m still revelling in the memories. I’ve been a bit ill, and was exhausted after the conference, so my blogging has got a little behind. … Continue reading

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Gothic Manchester Festival 2015

Just a reminder that this fabulous series of events, Manchester Metropolitan University’s Gothic Festival, is on next week. There is the brilliant Darkness and Light exhibition at the beautifully Gothic John Rylands Library, which has been on a while; there … Continue reading

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Further Details about the Company of Wolves visit to the UKWCT

I’m just posting some final details about the trip to the UK Wolf Conservation Trust. It looks like an excellent trip which will expand our discussions from the conference and help us understand the human impact on the wolf population. … Continue reading

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Gothic Manchester Festival 2015, 23 October 2015, John Rylands Library, Manchester

The third Gothic Manchester Festival looks very exciting–music, art, events, films, Gothic reading, and a one-day conference (where I will be giving a paper). And it takes place in the beautiful neo-Gothic John Rylands Library. Following the success of the … Continue reading

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