Tag Archives: sexuality
This post is a little late (mainly due to the distractions of moving house and trying to teach myself basic plumbing skills alongside managing a PhD and moonlighting as a tour guide at Shakespeare’s Globe theatre) so apologies for my … Continue reading
Today is International Women’s Day and the BBC have published an article on ‘Why women can thrive in sci-fi’. It considers why sci-fi offers a space to explore alternative relationships with gender especially in regards to feminism. An excellent way to … Continue reading
This is the first article of a series entitled ‘The Flowers of Evil: Satanic Feminists in Bohemian Paris’ (my what an appetite-whetting title) from Dirge Magazine. I’m sure the articles will include something for everyone!
February has now drawn to a close, extra day and all, which means the end of ‘Women in Horror’ month. To celebrate, or commiserate, the end here is an interesting round table discussion about the final girl trope in horror … Continue reading
Taken from the Palgrave Communications website, the following has been announced: ‘Studies in horror and the Gothic Deadline for article proposals: September 1, 2016 Final deadline for full submissions: November 1, 2016 Palgrave Communications is inviting submissions and article proposals … Continue reading
A call for proposed chapters for an edited book on ‘American Horror Story ‘ (2011-) has been released. Taken from the original CFA, the details are as follows: ‘American Horror Story is an anthology horror series created by Ryan Murphy and Brad … Continue reading
The Fourth World Dracula Congress organised by the Transylvanian Society of Dracula will be taking place on the 2oth-21st October 2016, at Trinity College, Dublin. The CFP has been released and abstracts of 150-250 words need to be sent in by … Continue reading
The University of Northampton is hosting a conference called ‘Trans-states: The Art of Crossing Over’ (9th-10th September 2016). Abstracts and proposals of 250-300 words should be sent in by the 20th March 2016. Further details can be found here.