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CfP: Gothic Pasts, Gothic Futures

Posted by Timothy Jones on April 12, 2018 in Uncategorized tagged with , ,

Very excited to announce a CfP for this event at Stirling - celebrating thirty years of the Gothic Imagination programme! Call for Papers: Gothic Pasts, Gothic Futures: A Symposium Celebrating 30 Years of Gothic Studies at the University of Stirling Friday 26 October 2018, University of Stirling   Gothic Studies at the University of Stirling is celebrating its 30th anniversary. To mark the occasion, we are holding a symposium that explores the Gothic, the past and the future, as part of a programme of Gothic events in 2018-19. We live in Gothic times. The past, critic

Event Review: Gothic Showcase at the University of Stirling, 18th July, 2015 Thumbnail

Event Review: Gothic Showcase at the University of Stirling, 18th July, 2015

Posted by Tanja Jurković on August 28, 2015 in Guest Blog, Tanja Jurkovic tagged with , , , , , , , , ,

“More than just a literary or cinematic genre, medicine the lively Gothic mode informs our everyday lives as much as it eerily entertains it. Ghosts, vampires, sublime landscapes and ancient castles are familiar images we love to celebrate during those candlelit hours which provide small comfort before dawn.” Gothic Showcase Website     A month ago, on July 18th 2015, Stirling became a place of an interactive exploratory experience of Gothic literature and culture for the first time, at the University of Stirling. This one - day event of lectures, workshops and exchangi

Gothic Research Showcase: Stirling July 18th 2015

Posted by Benjamin E. Noad on May 27, 2015 in Blog, News tagged with , , ,

In what is hoped will be a unique and fascinating event several of the University of Stirling’s postgraduate researchers have teamed up with the charity “Epilepsy Scotland” in order to showcase their passion, interests and talents as they convey their lively and diverse critical explorations of the Gothic mode. On Saturday July 18th at The Playhouse, (hosted by the Macrobert Arts Centre), 11am-3pm,  a series of interactive talks, readings and workshops will be offered to the public in an imaginative exhibit highlighting how Gothic literary and cinematic concerns manifest outside of