Tag Archives: Conference

Review of Masculinities in the Landscape, Harlaxton College

I write in praise of conferences (as I surely have before). The idea of presenting at a conference is intimidating – standing in a room of your peers and sharing your research is clearly going to make anyone nervous. Especially … Continue reading

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Locating Fantastika – Registration Open

The programme for Locating Fantastika has been published on the blog. It looks very interesting with plenty to offer. Registration has also opened and this is free! This is a brilliant opportunity for undergraduates or people starting their academic career … Continue reading

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CFP Company of Wolves: only ten days left to submit and actually walk with wolves!!

Following my post yesterday where I lamented the last wolf and talked about Maggie Stiefvater’s ‘Wolves of Mercy Falls’  Shiver books, Radio 4 today featured a discussion of this very topic – in a moment of surprising serendipity. Again, this … Continue reading

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CFP: Enchanted Edwardians Conference, University of Bristol, 30-31 March 2015

An exciting conference on fantastic literature of the Edwardian period.

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OGOM Company of Wolves CFP – Beyond excited to announce this!

Conference, University of Hertfordshire, Sept 3rd-5th 2015: Call for Papers and Panels OGOM: ‘The Company of Wolves’: Sociality, Animality, and Subjectivity in Literary and Cultural Narratives—Werewolves, Shapeshifters, and Feral Humans Wolves have long been the archetypal enemy of human company, … Continue reading

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CFP: Workshop on Dracula, Conference Education and Culture, Romania, June 2015

CALL FOR CONFERENCE PAPERS: Workshop WHERE’S THE PLACE OF DRACULA: (DE)CONSTRUCTING STEREOTYPES IN THE STUDY OF THE MYTHICAL SPACE IN LITERATURE AND THE ARTS part of the International Conference Beliefs and Behaviours in Education and Culture, West University of Timișoara, … Continue reading

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CFP: Daughter of Fangdom: A Conference on Women and the Television Vampire, University of Roehampton, 18 April 2015

Sam and I attended a great conference on vampires in TV, TV Fangdom, last year, organized by OGOM contributor Stacey Abbott with Lorna Jowett and Mike Starr at the University of Northampton. Now, the sequel has been announced: Daughter of … Continue reading

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Conference Report: Ann Radcliffe at 250

A great review by Carly Stevenson, Lauren Nixon and Kathleen Hudson of the marvellous Ann Radcliffe at 250 Conference at the University of Sheffield in June this year by . I attended this conference, superbly organized by the University of … Continue reading

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Locating the Gothic Conference and Werewolves

Late last month, OGOM posted about Locating the Gothic which is taking place in Limerick next week. This is one of many Gothic conferences that embraces the idea of Gothic geographies and spaces. (Something which makes me very pleased because … Continue reading

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CFP: Daughter of Fangdom: A Conference on Women and the Television Vampire, The University of Roehampton, 18 April 2015

We are delighted to announce that we will be holding a follow-up to TV Fangdom. Here is the CFP and more details to follow as they develop. Daughter of Fangdom: A Conference on Women and the Television Vampire 18 April … Continue reading

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