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CfP: The Bicentenary Conference on Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, Venice, 21-22 February 2018

A fabulous place for a conference on Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, hosted by the University of Venice, 21-22 February 2018 (deadline 1 November 2017). Although it is difficult to add new and original interpretations of Frankenstein, the pressure and the pleasure … Continue reading

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Generation Dead: Teaching the new High School Gothic

‘All over the country’ (in the world of young adult fiction) ‘teenagers who die aren’t staying dead’ (blurb for Generation Dead). This module will interrogate the new high school Gothic, exploring the representation of the undead or living dead in dark … Continue reading

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What Is a Contemporary Gothic Reading Group?

A useful account here from OGOM contributor Dr Xavier Aldana Reyes on his experiences of running the Contemporary Gothic Reading Group at MMU.

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