IV Gothic Congress, UNAM Mexico City

Posted by Glennis Byron on April 01, 2011 in News tagged with , ,

This year’s annual Gothic congress organised by Tony Alcala at UNAM, Mexico City focuses on gothic and technology.  Facultad de Filosofia y Letras, UNAM April 4-6, 2011.

If you’re lucky enough to be in Mexico City and want to attend, email Tony at antonio.alcala@itesm.mx

Find the program for this year congress at:
http://gothiccongress.blogspot.com/

Speakers include

Jessica Courtney Locke (University of Mary Washington) ‘Lo gótico, lo surrealista y lo absurdo en El ángel exterminador de Luis Buñuel.’

Carlos Villegas-Castaneda (Michigan State University): ‘La biotecnología y el vampiro en la obra Espantapájaros de Gabriel Trujillo Muñoz.’

Christine Beagle (University of New Mexico): ‘From the Novel to the Wall: The Evolution of Medium in Chicano Gothic.’

Maria Beville (Aarhus University, Denmark): ‘Gothic-postmodernism: A Literary Discourse on Terror and Technology.’

Dr. Clark Murray (ITESM, ccm): ‘Inadvertent Gothic influences in The Gulf, my Shoulder…North was the Horizon.’

Zoila Y. Clark (Florida Memorial University): ‘Fantasmas homoeróticos en “Doña Flor y sus dos maridos”, Contracorriente, y Hasta el viento tiene miedo.’

Jarlath Killeen(Trinity College, Dublín, Irlanda): ‘Victorian Pulp Gothic’

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