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Tag Archives: Conferences
‘Reimagining the Gothic 2016: Monsters and Monstrosities’ took place on 6th-7th May. It consisted of two days: the first being a showcase which featured both postgraduates and undergraduates working in the field of the Gothic presenting their work to the … Continue reading
Sam and I met up with Kaja yesterday in Café Rouge, St Albans to plan various developments for the OGOM Project. There was much enthusiasm and some exciting ideas will be coming to fruition over the next few months. First … Continue reading
Following the ‘Reimagining the Gothic’ symposium on 6th May 2016 (for which registration has opened) there will be a day-long creative showcase on the subject of monsters and the monstrous. The CFP (though that may not be a suitable term) … Continue reading
The CFP for the conference ‘Death and Culture’ (Thursday 1st September 2016, University of York) has been released. Abstracts and a brief biography should be received by 1st April 2016.
For those of you who are interested in animal studies, ecocriticism and ecoGothic, there are a couple of conferences that caught my eye recently. The first is ‘Animal Biographies – Recovering Animal Selfhood through Interdisciplinary Narration?’ (9th-11th March 2016, University of … Continue reading