Tag Archives: landscape
CFP – Special issue of Revenant Apocalyptic Waste: Studies in Environmental Threat and Nightmare Spaces
Call for Papers: Special issue of Revenant (www.revenantjournal.com) Apocalyptic Waste: Studies in Environmental Threat and Nightmare Spaces Deadline for Abstract Submissions: January 31st 2020 Contact E-mail: M.Crofts@hull.ac.uk Guest Editors: Matt Crofts and Layla Hendow, University of Hull. The post-apocalyptic wasteland … Continue reading
There is a whole batch of CFPs for various exciting events here: Theorising the Popular Conference, Liverpool Hope University, 11-12 July 2018 The conference invites submissions from a broad range of disciplines, and is particularly interested in new ways of … Continue reading
We’ve posted a few items here on Folk Horror recently. The classic TV drama Penda’s Fen (1974) is frequently mentioned in this context; I’m embarrassed to admit I’ve never seen it (though have just borrowed the DVD). Sukhdev Sandhu writes about … Continue reading
CFP: Gothic Nature: New Directions in Eco-horror and the EcoGothic, Trinity College Dublin, 17-18 November 2017
CFP for a conference in Dublin, 17-18 November on Gothic Nature: New Directions in Eco-horror and the EcoGothic (deadline 2 April 2017): Gothic and horror fictions have long functioned as vivid reflections of contemporary cultural fears. Wood argues that horror … Continue reading
A very interesting essay by China Miéville on the dark side of the picturesque and English landscape in children’s literature.
I love studying the Gothic. I love exploring the twisted realms of the imagination. I love the creatures hidden in the pages of books that follow me home at night. (I can live with the shadows on my walls transforming … Continue reading
Looking forward to meeting our next speaker Prof. Lucie Armitt (University of Lincoln) on 13th May. Many of you will know Lucie’s work. She is greatly esteemed in the field of Gothic studies and is a specialist in the fantastic, … Continue reading
I am delighted to have the following speakers coming to the university in the spring. Their papers tie in well with OGOM whilst opening up some interesting new research strands around folklore, gothic tourism and uncanny topographies. These research seminars … Continue reading
An exciting conference on fantastic literature of the Edwardian period.