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A great opportunity here for artists who have Undead affinities with Martin O’Brien and the For The Dead Travel Fast project, with funded workshops and visits to Dracula-related sites in Whitby and Transylvania. This project will take 5 artists on … Continue reading
If you’re a mediaevalist with Gothic leanings, why not submit to this conference on Death and the Supernatural? I only just found out about this so I apologise for the lateness–still two days to apply for what looks a very … Continue reading
Call for papers for an interdisciplinary conference exploring the relationship between women and death (deadline 19 May 2017): Death and the Maiden has long been an artistic genre in the West, with its roots in the Dance Macabre tradition. In … Continue reading
Call for papers for an interdisciplinary conference exploring the relationships between women and death–sure to inspire scholars of the Gothic and the fantastic. Death and the Maiden has long been an artistic genre in the West, with its roots in … Continue reading
Just a few days left to respond to this call for articles here for an edited collection with Mcfarland on Death in Supernatural Editors Taylor and Nylander seek original essays for an edited collection exploring the the nature of death … 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.
This inter- and multidisciplinary conference focuses on the relationship between the monstrous and the geographic. We welcome proposals by academics, teachers, independent researchers, students, artists, NGOs and anyone interested in manifestations of monstrosity in space.
This looks very enticing: The Memento Moriatas present The Realm of Gothic Landscape ~ Real and Imaginary ‘The Memento Moriatas are a group of London-based writers and musicians who tell tales of death and destiny in unique architectural venues, such as … Continue reading