Postgraduate Profile: Aspasia Stephanou Thumbnail

Postgraduate Profile: Aspasia Stephanou

Posted by on October 29, 2007 in Blog tagged with

Spotlight on student research

Female Vampires – BBC Radio 4 Interviews Glennis Byron and Julia Kruk Thumbnail

Female Vampires – BBC Radio 4 Interviews Glennis Byron and Julia Kruk

Posted by admin on October 29, 2007 in News tagged with

  Professor Byron gives an insight into the literary history of the female vampire for BBC Radio 4's Woman's Hour. The Woman's Hour website has the following synopsis: The women vampires who have long featured in the gothic imagination Hammer’s classic, early colour film Dracula is returning to cinema screens in a newly restored version. Alongside the cloaked figure of Christopher Lee’s Dracula, the camera lingers on his female counterparts - the Brides of Dracula, and the victims of his bite who join them. But, female vampires stalked the Eart

Stairway to Hell – the Exorcist’s Father Karras Falls Again Thumbnail

Stairway to Hell – the Exorcist’s Father Karras Falls Again

Posted by admin on October 29, 2007 in News tagged with

A re-enactment

Global Gothic: A Postgraduate Symposium

Posted by admin on October 27, 2007 in News tagged with

At Stirling 1st Dec

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New Gothic Books

Posted by admin on October 27, 2007 in News tagged with

Exciting new Gothic reference titles due out 2007-2008

Gothic CFPs

Posted by admin on October 26, 2007 in News tagged with

Gothic related calls for conference papers and essay submissions

Irish Journal of Gothic and Horror Studies New Edition

Posted by admin on October 25, 2007 in News tagged with

'The State of Modern Horror'

Bram Stoker’s Notes for Dracula

Posted by admin on October 25, 2007 in News tagged with

Miller and Eighteen-Bisang's facsimilie of Dracula notes

Spiritual Encounters Thai Style Thumbnail

Spiritual Encounters Thai Style

Posted by Katarzyna Ancuta on October 24, 2007 in Dr Katarzyna Ancuta, Guest Blog tagged with

As it usually happens on account of Halloween (and for some of us on a more regular basis), at this time of the year we frequently catch ourselves thinking of ghosts and spirits. Having said that, here in Thailand, ghosts are not simply seen as figments of one’s imagination. On the contrary, they are taken quite seriously and are commonly treated as one of ordinary facts of life. Not only do Thai ghosts inhabit folk beliefs and superstitions, but they also regulate the property market (with shops going out of business, houses getting hastily evacuated and entire districts suddenly droppi