Tag Archives: mythology

Hekate and witches

Hallowe’en is witching time but OGOM has recently been directing its attentions to witchcraft for a while now, leading up to the next OGOM conference, covering the topic (all very vague at the moment, but watch out for news). The … Continue reading

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Animals Conferences and CFPs

For those of you who are interested in animal studies, ecocriticism and ecoGothic, there are a couple of conferences that caught my eye recently. The first is ‘Animal Biographies – Recovering Animal Selfhood through Interdisciplinary Narration?’ (9th-11th March 2016, University of … Continue reading

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The Evolution of the Female Vampire

Jamie Spears, who is completing her PhD at the University of Sunderland, has written a fascinating account of the origins of female vampire here.

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