2010 February

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Skulls, Skulls, Skulls every where: Consuming Death in the 21st Century

Posted by Monica Germana on February 22, 2010 in Dr Monica Germana, Guest Blog tagged with

In the next few weeks I would like to explore a range of topics in relation to the significance of Gothic in contemporary culture. Much has, of course, already been written on the topic, but since contemporary means ‘now’, there is always scope for further discussion! Is Gothic dead? This question has been haunting us for a while. The TV guide seems to suggest that Gothic is far from dead. As series such as True Blood and Being Human replace older televisual vampires such as Buffy The Vampire Slayer, our staple evening entertainment seems to rely heavily on the interaction of vampires, we

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Gail Carriger, Soulless: An Alexia Tarabotti Novel

Posted by Aspasia Stephanou on February 21, 2010 in Reviews tagged with , , ,

Comic Gothic Steampunk

Vampires and Zombies: Transnational Transformations

Posted by admin on February 19, 2010 in News tagged with

Book: call for abstracts

Coloquio Gotico 2010

Posted by admin on February 18, 2010 in News tagged with

Mexico City

Dr Monica Germana

Posted by admin on February 14, 2010 in News tagged with

New guest blog coming soon

New Journal

Posted by admin on February 11, 2010 in News tagged with

Horror Studies

PhD scholarships

Posted by admin on February 05, 2010 in News tagged with

University of Stirling

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Digital Displacements

Posted by Stuart Lindsay on February 02, 2010 in Blog tagged with

Gothic Visions of the First World War in Videogaming