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CFP: Rereading Stephen King: Navigating the Intertextual Labyrinth

Posted by Matt Foley on March 07, 2017 in Blog, News tagged with , , , , ,

Rereading Stephen King: Navigating the Intertextual Labyrinth Kingston University Saturday 11th November 2017 Keynote Speaker: Simon Brown (Kingston University) In Stephen King’s Gothic (2011) John Sears asserts that rereading King represents ‘an exercise in the extension of repetition, in the act of rereading an oeuvre already deeply structured … by its own engagement in the Gothic habit of rereading … To reread King would be to enter … and perhaps to become lost within, a labyrinth of intra- and intertextual relations, an immense and complex textual space’ (2). Sears’s

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Conference Registration Reminder: Gothic Feminism, University of Kent

Posted by Matt Foley on April 29, 2016 in Blog, News tagged with , , , ,

Registration Reminder: Gothic Feminism: The Representation of the Gothic Heroine in Cinema University of Kent   (Registration deadline: 18th May 2016)   Keynote Speaker: Dr Catherine Spooner (Lancaster University) Registration is still open for Gothic Feminism: a conference on cinema's Gothic heroines taking place at the University of Kent (please see conference programme below).   To register, please go to: http://store.kent.ac.uk/browse/extra_info.asp?compid=1&modid=1&deptid=26&catid=158&prodvarid=207&searchresults=1   The confer

‘Asylums, Pathologies and the Themes of Madness’: Pictures Thumbnail

‘Asylums, Pathologies and the Themes of Madness’: Pictures

Posted by Matt Foley on February 13, 2016 in Blog, McGrath Symposium, News tagged with , , , ,

We're delighted to reproduce, here, some images from the recent symposium at University of Stirling, 'Asylums, Pathologies and the Themes of Madness: Patrick McGrath and his Gothic Contemporaries'. Many thanks to all of the delegates who attended and, in this instance in particular, to Tanja Jurkovic for her professional photography. Some of the papers from the day were recorded and these will be re-produced in a later post! The conference was generously supported by both The International Gothic Association and The Wellcome Trust.         &

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Reminder: Re-Imagining the Gothic abstract deadline

Posted by Matt Foley on January 27, 2016 in Blog, News tagged with , , , ,

Reimagining the Gothic 2016: Monsters and Monstrosities A reminder to our readers that the abstract deadlines for the one-day academic symposium and showcase Reimagining the Gothic: Monsters and Monstrosities are coming upon us. The organisers at Sheffield are particularly keen to hear from those who wish to contribute to the creative strand of the programme as well as to the academic symposium. While the deadline for proposals for academic papers is 8th February 2016, viagra the creative CfP, for sale reproduced below, asks for submissions by March 7th.  Creative CfP As part of a two

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McGrath Symposium: Registration & Schedule

Posted by Matt Foley on December 03, 2015 in Blog, McGrath Symposium tagged with , , , , , ,

‘Asylums, Pathologies and the Themes of Madness: Patrick McGrath and His Gothic Contemporaries’ With Support from the International Gothic Association and The Wellcome Trust Saturday January 16th University of Stirling Library, Andrew Miller Building, University of Stirling Symposium Schedule Register Now: http://shop.stir.ac.uk/browse/extra_info.asp?compid=1&modid=2&deptid=8&catid=20&prodid=34   08.45 – 09.30: Registration and Coffee (Atrium)   09.30 – 10.30: Opening Plenary (Library, Level 3, Enterprise Zone, Room 1/2) Professor Sue Zlosnik

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Patrick McGrath Exhibition: the work begins

Posted by Matt Foley on October 08, 2015 in Blog, McGrath Symposium, News tagged with , , , ,

Patrick McGrath Exhibition: the work begins   'Asylums, Pathologies and the Themes of Madness: Patrick McGrath and his Gothic Contemporaries', a symposium to mark the emergence of a new Patrick McGrath archive at Stirling, is to be held at the University's library on Saturday January 16th 2016. Potential speakers are encouraged to submit abstracts by next Friday 16th October. As a way of whetting the appetite for the day itself, we are delighted to share here some images of a small selection of materials from the archive (with special thanks to the photographer, Tanja Jurkov

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Symposium – Helen Oyeyemi

Posted by Chloe Buckley on December 11, 2014 in News tagged with , , ,

Symposium on Helen Oyeyemi Teeside University, vcialis 40mg 18th February, there 2015 For those of you interested in contemporary gothic, feminism, and postcolonial gothic - a Symposium on the work of British-Nigerian author, Helen Oyeyemi - author of White is for Witching, Mr Fox, The Icarus Girl, The Opposite House and Boy Snow Bird  - is being held at Teeside University, 18th February 2015. See attached poster for details and registration information. Oyeyemi is one of the most innovative and exciting writers of contemporary gothic fiction and this symposium brings together a number