CFP: The Irish Journal of Gothic and Horror Studies

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CFP: The Irish Journal of Gothic and Horror Studies #6

The online, peer-reviewed Irish Journal of Gothic and Horror Studies (http://irishgothich orrorjournal. homestead. com) is seeking article submissions for its sixth issue, to be published in Summer 2009. Past contributors have included David J. Skal, Ramsey Campbell, Mark Jancovich and Kim Newman. The Deadline for submissions is May 1st 2009.

We will consider articles on any aspect of the horror and gothic genres, on topics related to literature, film, television, comic books/graphic novels or video games. Articles of between 5-8 thousand words should be sent to us as Word attachments and use the endnote format (see those published in previous issues for more details). We are particularly interested in review submissions (1-2000 words) for our book, film, television and new media (video games and graphic novel) sections. See the ‘About Us’ section on our website for more details.

Submissions can be sent to: irish_gothic_journal@yahoo.ie or to Bernice Murphy and Elizabeth McCarthy, The Irish Journal of Gothic and Horror Studies, School of English, Trinity College, Dublin 2, Republic of Ireland.

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About the Author – Dale Townshend

has written 316 articles on The Gothic Imagination.

I have published widely within the field of Gothic studies, including the monograph _The Orders of Gothic: Foucault, Lacan, and the Subject of Gothic Writing, 1764-1820_ (AMS, 2007); _Gothic Shakespeares_ (with John Drakakis; Routeldge, 2008); _Macbeth: A Critical Reader_ (with John Drakakis; Bloomsbury, 2014); _The Gothic World_ (with Glennis Byron; Routledge, 2014); _Ann Radcliffe, Romanticism and the Gothic_ (with Angela Wright; Cambridge University Press, 2014); and _Terror and Wonder: The Gothic Imagination_ (British Library, 2014). The latter arises out of my involvement, as academic advisor, on the major exhibition of that name at the British Library (October 2014-January 2015). Forthcoming publications include _Romantic Gothic: An Edinburgh Companion_ (with Angela Wright; EUP, forthcoming 2015) and _Writing Britain's Ruins, 1700--1850_ (with Michael Carter and Peter Lindfield; contracted to British Library Publishing, forthcoming 2017). My current monograph project, _Gothic Antiquity: History, Romance and the Architectural Imagination, 1760–1840, seeks to provide a sustained critical account of the complex but hitherto relatively unexplored relationship between literary texts and architectural structures in British Romantic-era writing.

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CFP: The Irish Journal of Gothic and Horror Studies

Posted by Dale Townshend on January 16, 2008 in News tagged with
The online peer-reviewed Irish Journal of Gothic and Horror Studies (http://irishgothichorrorjournal.homestead.com) is seeking article submissions for its fourth issue, to be published in May/June 2008. Past contributors have included David J. Skal, Ramsey Campbell, Mark Jancovich and Kim Newman.
 
We will consider articles on any aspect of the horror and gothic genres, on topics related to literature, film, television, comic books/graphic novels or video games. Articles of between 5-8 thousand words should be sent to us as Word attachments and use the endnote format (see those published in previous issues for more details). We are also happy to consider review submissions (1-2000 words) for our book, film, television and new media (video games and graphic novel) sections. See the ‘About Us’ section on our website for more details.
 
Submissions can be sent to: irish_gothic_ journal@yahoo. ie or to Bernice Murphy and Elizabeth McCarthy, The Irish Journal of Gothic and Horror Studies, School of English, Trinity College, Dublin 2, Republic of Ireland.

Tiny URL for this post: http://tinyurl.com/296u7wr

About the Author – Dale Townshend

has written 316 articles on The Gothic Imagination.

I have published widely within the field of Gothic studies, including the monograph _The Orders of Gothic: Foucault, Lacan, and the Subject of Gothic Writing, 1764-1820_ (AMS, 2007); _Gothic Shakespeares_ (with John Drakakis; Routeldge, 2008); _Macbeth: A Critical Reader_ (with John Drakakis; Bloomsbury, 2014); _The Gothic World_ (with Glennis Byron; Routledge, 2014); _Ann Radcliffe, Romanticism and the Gothic_ (with Angela Wright; Cambridge University Press, 2014); and _Terror and Wonder: The Gothic Imagination_ (British Library, 2014). The latter arises out of my involvement, as academic advisor, on the major exhibition of that name at the British Library (October 2014-January 2015). Forthcoming publications include _Romantic Gothic: An Edinburgh Companion_ (with Angela Wright; EUP, forthcoming 2015) and _Writing Britain's Ruins, 1700--1850_ (with Michael Carter and Peter Lindfield; contracted to British Library Publishing, forthcoming 2017). My current monograph project, _Gothic Antiquity: History, Romance and the Architectural Imagination, 1760–1840, seeks to provide a sustained critical account of the complex but hitherto relatively unexplored relationship between literary texts and architectural structures in British Romantic-era writing.

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