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Tag Archives: Gothic Studies
If you were one of those kids who rushed home from school in the 70s to watch Scooby Doo it might just have influenced you in your Gothic thinking and in your understanding of the way Gothic stories are told. … Continue reading
Reblogged from EUP Blog, 8 July 2019 The first issue of Gothic Studies published by EUP is also the first ever issue devoted to werewolves. In the twenty-first century, the era of late capitalism, new werewolf myths have emerged from our cultural … Continue reading
We’re excited to announce that we have submitted our special issue of Gothic Studies on ‘Werewolves, Wild Children and Wilderness‘ to Edinburgh University Press for publication in May, 2019. This is the first of two publications that have developed from … Continue reading
Opportunities to publish here: 1. Contributions on the Gothic sought for a new series from Anthem Press, Anthem Studies in Gothic Literature: Anthem Studies in Gothic Literature incorporates a broad range of titles that undertake rigorous, multi-disciplinary and original scholarship … Continue reading
I am hoping Pandora will close her box today for the Hogmanay and we can all celebrate the rise of Happy Gothic!! 2017 will see the launch of the OGOM Research Centre and the completion of our ‘Company of Wolves’ … Continue reading
This is the second publication to develop out of our fantastic Company of Wolves conference. There has never been an edition of Gothic Studies on werewolves so this is an absolute first! Thank you to all the contributors for their … Continue reading
The Future of Gothic Studies, Centre for the History of the Gothic, University of Sheffield, 8 July 2016
This networking day at the University of Sheffield’s Centre for the History of the Gothic looks well worth attending: The Centre for the History of the Gothic is pleased to host a networking day for postgraduates, early career researchers, and academic … Continue reading
The Irish Journal of Gothic and Horror Studies have moved to a new–and fine-looking–website here. I’ve amended the link in the Related Links column that appears on the Blog and Resources page to lead to the new site.