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Fairy Tales: art, essays, and resources

Some more interesting links on fairy tales: Margaret Carrigan, in ‘What Can Fairy Tales Tell Us About Today? Two Video Artists Offer Modern Takes‘, reviews the video art of Ericka Beckman and Marianna Simnett, showing at London’s Zabludowicz Collection through … Continue reading

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CFP Reminder: Gothic Style(s), Gothic Substance; Gothic Manchester Festival Conference, MMU, 28 October 2017

Just a reminder that the deadline for the Gothic Style(s), Gothic Substance; symposium at Gothic Manchester Festival Conference is soon. Here are the details again: Gothic Manchester Festival Conference Saturday 28 October 2017 Call for Papers Gothic Style(s), Gothic Substance After … Continue reading

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CFP: Gothic Style(s), Gothic Substance: Gothic Manchester Festival Conference, MMU, 28 October 2017

Gothic Manchester Festival Conference 2017 Saturday 28 October 2017 Call for Papers Gothic Style(s), Gothic Substance After the great success of last year’s Gothic North conference, our attention turns this year to the topic of Gothic Style(s). At the start … Continue reading

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Art project: Martin O’Brien: For The Dead Travel Fast

A great opportunity here for artists who have Undead affinities with Martin O’Brien and the For The Dead Travel Fast project, with funded workshops and visits to Dracula-related sites in Whitby and Transylvania. This project will take 5 artists on … Continue reading

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Gothicise and Supernatural Cities

I’m setting up a permanent link (in the Related Links column on the right) from the site to the art collaborative Gothicise,  which was launched in 2010. Gothicise create site-specific performances that interrogate the relationship between site and narrative including the 2015 … Continue reading

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Reimagining the Gothic: Gothic Spaces Creative Showcase, University of Sheffield, 13 May 2017

Still time to book for this Reimagining the Gothic: Gothic Spaces Creative Showcase; though the CFP is closed, it should be a great event. Sheffield Gothic invites you to an afternoon of creative explorations around the theme ‘Gothic Spaces’. Reimagining … Continue reading

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Dissections: The Journal of Contemporary Horror

I’ve just been alerted to the journal Dissections: The Journal of Contemporary Horror, based at the University of Brighton and edited by Gina Wisker. It looks great and I’ve added a link to our list of journals that appears on … Continue reading

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CFP: Death and the Maiden, University of Winchester, 21-24 July 2017

Call for papers for an interdisciplinary conference exploring the relationship between women and death (deadline 19 May 2017): Death and the Maiden has long been an artistic genre in the West, with its roots in the Dance Macabre tradition. In … Continue reading

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CFP: Gendering the Urban Imaginary: Fantasy, Affect, Transgression, University of Debrecen, Hungary, 12-13 May 2017

Another conference that followers of OGOM may be interested in: Gendering the Urban Imaginary: Fantasy, Affect, Transgression at the University of Debrecen, Hungary. The Gender, Translocality and the City Research Group based at the University of Debrecen is pleased to … Continue reading

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CFP: Death and the Maiden Conference, University of Winchester, 21-24 July 2017

Call for papers for an interdisciplinary conference exploring the relationships between women and death–sure to inspire scholars of the Gothic and the fantastic. Death and the Maiden has long been an artistic genre in the West, with its roots in … Continue reading

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