Tag Archives: lycanthropy

In the Company of Wolves: Werewolves, Wolves and Wild Children – out in paperback August 2023

We are delighted to announce that the OGOM publication In the Company of Wolves is out in paperback from MUP this month priced at £20.00. The book connects together innovative research from a variety of perspectives on the cultural significance … Continue reading

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Remus Lupin’s ‘furry little problem’

My blog posts have been very absent recently (in my defence I am in the final stages of preparing to submit my thesis). However, I took the time to read and enjoy this article, ‘Remus Lupin and the stigmatised illness: … Continue reading

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Generation Dead: The Shiver Workshop

This post is a little late (mainly due to the distractions of moving house and trying to teach myself basic plumbing skills alongside managing a PhD and moonlighting as a tour guide at Shakespeare’s Globe theatre) so apologies for my … Continue reading

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The Science of Lycanthropy

The website for ‘The Federal Vampire and Zombie Agency’ has a page dedicated to the science of Lycanthropy. Whilst there are plenty of other pages and books dedicated to pseudo-scientific frameworks for the existence of monsters – Max Brooks’ The Zombie … Continue reading

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Ivan Phillips, ‘The Lycanthrope;

Ivan Phillips, of the University of Hertfordshire’s School of Creative Arts, has been involved with the OGOM Project from the beginning. He has written a powerful poem about werewolves here: The Lycanthrope Hypocrisy is woven of a fine small thread, … Continue reading

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