Sunday Gothics

Date SubjectSpeaker
25th AprilThe Thing!Bridget Keown
18th AprilEverywhere you turn is heartache: Aristocracy, Religion and Sex in the work of MadonnaDan Pietersen
11th AprilTreating the Socially Grotesque Man: Experimental Medicine and the GothicKathleen Shaughnessy
4th AprilInfectious Diseases in HorrorMitra Elgrail
28th MarchNaked Pirates, Demonic Bears and Laundry Lists: Gothic ParodySam Hirst
Online HereThe Divine Right of Statues: Gothic Encounters and Divine RetributionDominique Garcia
Online HereKilling the Radio Star: The Radio DJ and the Gothic in CinemaEric Lawrence
Online HereSpace GothicShiri Sondheimer
Online HereDoubling and Deception in Sir Gawain and the Green KnightEric Jurgens
Online HereGothic for Girls: Misty and British ComicsJulia Round
Online HereHorror, Race and RomanceSam Hirst and Tanagra GGNOC
Online HereSpace, Madness and Horror Film (The Descent)Melody Blackmore
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M R James, non-sexual queerness and 19th century ghostsHannah O’Flanagan
Online HereArthurian GothicMira Gutoff
Online Here‘A Child Gathering Shells: Victor Frankenstein and the Medical World of the Early 19th CenturyCat Irving
Online Here‘Gothic and Second Language Acquisition’Alicia Dominguez Perez
Online Here‘Byron, Manfred, and the Transgender Self’Julia Ftacek
Online HereStage Hauntings: Contemporary Gothic DramaMarita Arvaniti
Online HereThe Ghosts of SalemSebastian Crane
Online HereCannibalism Fact and Fiction: Anthropological Record versus Romantic Imperialism in 21st Century Frontier GothicMadelyn Schoonover
Online HereAnd to Live in a New House Would Kill Me’:Transylvania in Gothic Literature vs Gothic Literature in TransylvaniaCristina Diamant
Online HereA trilogy of the damned: Classic Argentinian gothic in filmValeria Villegas Lindval
Online Here‘I am Stone: R Murray Gilchrist and the Gothic Weird Tale’Dan Pieterson
Online Here‘Sometimes an Abbey is just an Abbey: Jane Austen and Gothic Satire’Prema Arasu
Online HereOld monsters are new again: the changing interpretations of Grendel’s mother in Beowulf.Eric Jurgens
Online HereThe ‘Exotic’ American Vampire: Blood and Sugarcane in LouisianaRose Sinister
Online HereA Ghost or a Wronged Woman?: The Gothic and the Explained SupernaturalSam Hirst
Online HereMonstrous Feminine in South East Asian Folklore and HorrorAndrew Ng
20th September‘Curses, Corpses & Coffins: Egyptomania in 19th and 20th Century Britain’Rebecca Bruce
Online Here‘It wasn’t like any color I’d ever seen before’: Colour in Horror Film and LiteratureChelsea Davis
Online HereA Reluctant Movie: What happened between page and screenLucie Bea Dutton
Online HereGothic Food: Examples of Consumption and the Cruelty of its Consequences in Gothic LiteratureAlessandra Pino
Online HereFunny Bones: A Look at Ossuaries in EuropeCat Irving
Online HereA Spectacle of Gore and Horror: The French Revolution and its Gothic RepresentationsRayna Rosenova
9th AugustThe Magic and Mysticism of Central Park: The Park’s Complicated History and How 19th Century Occult and Gothic Interests Inform Its CreationLeanna Renee Hieber
Online HereAnne Rice’s Vampire Women between Impairment and PowerLaura Davidel
Online Here“Tales of ink and tears : a brief visual history of the gothic”Nadjah O
Online HereDicing With Death: How D&D learned to love the GothicDan Pietersen
Online here‘What You Buy is What You Own’: Neocolonial Masculinity, Appropriation, and Guilt in Pet SemataryMadelyn Schoonover
To be ResceduledPlaying with the Gothic: Identities, Bodies and Gender in Tabletop Role-playing Games! Holly Jane Warrington
Online here‘Depraved’ Bisexuals: Biphobia and Bi-erasure in Post-Millennial Gothic TelevisionHayley Louise Charlesworth
Online hereGaily Ever After: Neo-Victorian M/M RomanceCaroline Duvezin
Online hereThe Testament of the Mexican MummyAbraham Castillo Flores
Online hereMessing With Your Castle, Telling Your Secrets, and Stealing Your Girl: Comics and the GothicShiri Sondheimer
31st MayMore Terror than her reason could justify: Confronting the transcendent in RadcliffeSam Hirst
Online here“Is this our Great Becoming? Gender and Adaptation in the Hannibal Lecter Franchise”Mason Hawthorne
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‘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 ReaderKaja Franck
Online here“Mysterious Influences”: Religion, Empathy and Illness in the Victorian Queer GothicBrontë Schiltz

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