“¡Bruja! The allure of the gothic witch in Mexican horror film” – Bibliography

Today’s bibliography was provided by Saturday’s speaker Valeria Villegas Lindval. Some of the sources are in English and some in Spanish. To start – here’s a list of Valeria’s own publications! •“Gigi Saul Guerrero and her Latin American female monsters” in Women Make Horror: Filmmaking, Feminism and Genre, edited by edited by Dr. Alison Peirse (forthcoming 2020Continue reading ““¡Bruja! The allure of the gothic witch in Mexican horror film” – Bibliography”

Romancing the Gothic: Heroines, Wives and Demons – Bibliography

Primary Texts Women’s Weird ed. by Melissa Edmundson – 2019 Joseph Addison – Evidence of the Christian Religion – (1772) Darcie Little Badger – Elatsoe – 2020 Madeleine Brent – Moonraker’s Bride – 1973 Charlotte Bronte – Jane Eyre – 1847 Emily Bronte – Wuthering Heights – 1847 Edmund Burke – A Philosophical Enquiry intoContinue reading “Romancing the Gothic: Heroines, Wives and Demons – Bibliography”

Bibliography: ‘It’s only Twilight if it’s from the Forks region; anything else is just sparkling vampire romance’: Twilight, the Gothic Novel and the Female Reader by Kaja Franck

Primary Texts: Meyer, Stephenie, Twilight, (London: Atom, 2006) Meyer, Stephanie, New Moon, (London: Atom, 2007) Meyer, Stephanie, Eclipse, (London: Atom, 2007) Meyer, Stephanie, Breaking Dawn, (London: Atom, 2008) Meyer, Stephanie, Midnight Sun, (28th August 2008) http://www.stepheniemeyer.com/midnightsun.html [accessed 6th January 2010] Secondary Texts: Allen, Lily, ‘The Fear’, Lyrics on http://www.lilyallenmusic.com/lily/lyrics                       [accessed 20th August 2010] Anonymous,Continue reading “Bibliography: ‘It’s only Twilight if it’s from the Forks region; anything else is just sparkling vampire romance’: Twilight, the Gothic Novel and the Female Reader by Kaja Franck”

What is Romancing the Gothic?

Romancing the Gothic started (and is continuing) in the lock down. I started by offering a single free class and it went from there. What’s the idea? The idea is to share scholarship, discussion and the joy of Gothic and romance literature together. How does it work? We have Saturday lectures which are two hoursContinue reading “What is Romancing the Gothic?”