MLitt in The Gothic Imagination

Posted by Dale Townshend on May 22, 2008 in News tagged with

The teaching year for the MLitt in The Gothic Imagination came to an end in May, and we celebrated with dinner at Mr Singh’s Indian Brasserie in the city (see photo below). Dissertations will be written over the summer, and there’s a great variety of topics this year, as you can see from the following list:

Sara Lea Bennet, The Changing Face of Women’s Popular Gothic Romance: Damsels who pick themselves up
Daniel Cummins, Playing with the Gothic: The Gothic and Video Games
Matthew Foley, Phantom Characters: Manifestations of the Gothic in Female Modernist Writing of the 1920s and 1930s
Alan Gregory, Manufacturing Monstrosity: Deformity as a Product of Human Creation in Twentieth-Century Gothic Fiction
Siobhan Hanlin, The Gothic Purpose of Nations
Stuart Logan Lindsay, Forgin Britain: Elitist Concerns of Nationalism in the Eighteenth-Century Gothic Romance
Renata Smith,  The Devil in Quebec: Evolution of the Canadian Gothic Tradition in Honore Beugrand’s La Chasse-Galerie
Lucy Thompson, The Motives that drive the Serial Killer: Fiction and Film


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