Tag Archives: landscape

Feeling Gothicky? OGOM Welcomes Prof. Lucie Armitt for ‘Haunted Landscapes’ May 13th at UH

Looking forward to meeting our next speaker Prof. Lucie Armitt (University of Lincoln) on 13th May. Many of you will know Lucie’s work. She is greatly esteemed in the field of Gothic studies and is a specialist in the fantastic, … Continue reading

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Folklore, Vampires, and Haunted Landscapes: Research Seminars to Die For!!

I am delighted to have the following speakers coming to the university in the spring. Their  papers tie in well with OGOM whilst opening up some interesting new research strands around folklore, gothic tourism and uncanny topographies. These research seminars … Continue reading

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CFP: Enchanted Edwardians Conference, University of Bristol, 30-31 March 2015

An exciting conference on fantastic literature of the Edwardian period.

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Conference Report: Ann Radcliffe at 250

A great review by Carly Stevenson, Lauren Nixon and Kathleen Hudson of the marvellous Ann Radcliffe at 250 Conference at the University of Sheffield in June this year by . I attended this conference, superbly organized by the University of … Continue reading

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Locating the Gothic Conference and Werewolves

Late last month, OGOM posted about Locating the Gothic which is taking place in Limerick next week. This is one of many Gothic conferences that embraces the idea of Gothic geographies and spaces. (Something which makes me very pleased because … Continue reading

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Gothic Spaces / Gothic Places, 25th October 2014, Manchester Metropolitan University

A great conference at MMU relating the Gothic and spatiality, part of MMU’s Gothic Festival. Catherine Spooner, who has contributed much to the OGOM project, will be speaking: ‘This day conference brings together some of the UK’s foremost gothic scholars … Continue reading

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