Gothic Studies

The official journal of the International Gothic Association considers the field of Gothic studies from the eighteenth century to the present day. The aim of Gothic Studies is not merely to open a forum for dialogue and cultural criticism, but to provide a specialist journal for scholars working in a field which is today taught or researched in almost all academic establishments. Gothic Studies invites contributions from scholars working within any period of the Gothic; interdisciplinary scholarship is especially welcome, as are readings in the media and beyond the written word.


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Gothic Studies

ISSN 1362-7937 (Print); ISSN 2050-456X (Online)

The official journal of the International Gothic Association considers the field of Gothic studies from the eighteenth century to the present day. The aim of Gothic Studies is not merely to open a forum for dialogue and cultural criticism, but to provide a specialist journal for scholars working in a field which is today taught or researched in almost all academic establishments. Gothic Studies invites contributions from scholars working within any period of the Gothic; interdisciplinary scholarship is especially welcome, as are readings in the media and beyond the written word.

Gothic Studies is also available in an unrivalled electronic collection, Manchester Gothic that also includes 40 eBooks on gothic literature and culture written by leading names in the field and covers literature, film, television, theatre and visual arts, dating from the eighteenth century to the present day.

Manchester Gothic aims to explain why gothic studies is so prevalent in the fields of art, film, literature and culture by providing easy access to digital texts, essays and studies in all things gothic. From the study of gothic and death to monsters, vampires, werewolves and ghosts as well as studies on visionaries such as Terry Gilliam, Alan Moore and Terence Fisher; Manchester Gothic brings them all together in one easy to use resource see Manchester Gothic.


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Founding editor:

Professor William Hughes, Bath Spa University

 

2018 Editorial Board

Editor:

Dr Emily Alder, Edinburgh Napier University, 
 

Reviews editors:

Dr Sorcha Ní Fhlainn, Manchester Metropolitan University
 
Professor Anne Williams, University of Georgia
 

Advisory Board:

Fred Botting, Kingston University
Ben Brabon, Edge Hill University
Steven Bruhm, University of Western Ontario
Glennis Byron, University of Stirling
Jodey Castricano, University of British Columbia, Okanagan
Mariaconcetta Costantini, Universita ‘G. d’Annunzioi’, Pescara
Jeffrey Cox, University of Colorado at Boulder
Charles Crow, Bowling Green State University
Carol Davison, University of Windsor
Benjamin Fisher, University of Mississippi
Sorcha Ní Fhlainn, Manchester Metropolitan University
Michael Gamer, University of Pennsylvania
Ken Gelder, University of Melbourne
Nancy Gillespie, University of Sussex
Jason Haslam, Dalhousie University
Jerrold Hogle, University of Arizona
Avril Horner, Kingston University
Jacqueline Howard, St Mary’s College, Adelaide
William Hughes, Bath Spa University
Gilles Menegaldo, Université de Poitiers
Robert Miles, University of Victoria
Marie Mulvey-Roberts, University of the West of England
David Punter, University of Bristol
Victor Sage, University of East Anglia
Andrew Smith, The University of Sheffield
John Whatley, Simon Fraser University
Anne Williams, University of Georgia
Sue Zlosnik, Manchester Metropolitan University

 

Subscription Information

From 2019 Gothic Studies will be published and distributed by Edinburgh University Press. Any customers with a current or prior subscription will be able to access their content through Edinburgh University Press. Please see here for more details. 

Volumes 1-20 are still available to access via manchesterhive, when purchased as part of the Manchester Gothic digital collection. For more information about this collection, please visit the Manchester Gothic collection page.