Tag Archives: Language
We at OGOM are fascinated by fairy tales, and there are many posts on the blog about them. My own research has been looking generally at how genres collide and intermingle to create new genres such as Paranormal Romance; in … Continue reading
The University of Cambridge have published an interesting article, ‘Wolf species have “howling dialects”‘, about the different ways in which wolves vocalise their howls. It is an enlightening article that gives more depth to these fascinating creatures.
It’s Thursday which means the weekend is in sight (though I realise this may not mean a break for everyone). In this spirit, I am sharing ’18 Buffy the Vampire Slayer Quotes You’ve Used at the Office’. I have definitely shouted … Continue reading
Conference, University of Hertfordshire, Sept 3rd-5th 2015: Call for Papers and Panels OGOM: ‘The Company of Wolves’: Sociality, Animality, and Subjectivity in Literary and Cultural Narratives—Werewolves, Shapeshifters, and Feral Humans Wolves have long been the archetypal enemy of human company, … Continue reading
This post is written with the modest aim of introducing myself and what I study. So, hello, I am Kaja. As the introductory post says I am one of two PhD research students who are funded by the University of … Continue reading