New Gothic Books

Posted by Dale Townshend on October 27, 2007 in News tagged with

Below is a list of forthcoming books which look at a diverse range of Gothic subjects and links where you can pre-order the titles:


John S. Bak, Post/modern Dracula: From Victorian Themes to Postmodern Praxis. Cambridge Scholars Press, 2007
Colette Balmain, Introduction to Japanese Horror Film. Edinburgh University Press, forthcoming 2008.
Francesca Billiani and Gigliola Sulis, eds  The Italian Gothic and Fantastic: Encounters and Rewritings of Narrative Traditions, Fairleigh Dickinson, forthcoming 2007.
Jodey Castricano, The Gothic and Psychoanalysis, Literature and Film. University of Wales Press, forthcoming 2008.
Jason Colavito, Knowing Fear: Science, Knowledge and the Development of the Horror Genre. McFarland, forthcoming 2007.
Christy Desmet and Anne Williams, Shakespearean Gothic. University of Wales Press, forthcoming 2008.
John Drakakis and Dale Townshend, eds, Gothic Shakespeares. Routledge, forthcoming 2008.
Cecil Greek and Caroline Picart, Monsters In and Among Us: Toward a Gothic Criminology, Fairleigh Dickinson, forthcoming 2007.
Philip Hayward, ed, Terror Tracks: Music, Sound and Horror Cinema. Equinox, forthcoming 2008.
Avril Horner and Sue Zlosnik, eds, Le Gothic: Influences and Appropriations in Europe and America, Palgrave, forthcoming 2008.
Sondeep Kandola, Gothic Britain: Nation and Race, Culture and Criticism, 1707-1897, University of Manchester Press, forthcoming 2007.
Marilyn Michaud, Republicanism and the American Gothic. University of Wales Press, forthcoming 2008.
Robert Miles, Romantic Misfits. Palgrave, forthcoming 2008.
Daniel O’Brien, foreword, and Benjamin Szumskyi, ed. Dissecting Hanibal Lecter: Essays on the Novels of Thomas Harris. Macfarland, 2007.
Patricia Pulham, Aesthetic Forms and Transitional Objects in Vernon Lee’s Supernatural Tales, Ashgate, forthcoming 2008.
Maria Purves, The Cloistered Gothic, University of Wales Press, forthcoming 2008.
Steven Jay Schneider, Designing Fear: An Aesthetics of Cinematic Horror. Routledge, forthcoming 2008.

 Catherine Spooner and Emma McEvoy, The Routledge Companion to Gothic. Routledge, 2007

Scott Aaron Stine, Trashfiend: Disposable Horror Fare of the 1960s and 1970s. Headpress, forthcoming 2007.
Bill Hughes (ed), Dracula. Bath Spa Press, 2007


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