Call for Papers: Modern Irish Gothic (Collection of essays)
Eóin Flannery (ed.) email@example.com
The collection will be an interdisciplinary project and contributions are sought from scholars of literary fiction, poetry, theatre, film, art history, performance arts, historical geography, sociology, comparative literature, postcolonial theory feminist theory and psychoanalysis, among others. The focus of the collection will be both on manifestations of generic gothic forms in the cultural artefacts of Ireland from 1900 to the present day, but there will also be a focus on the thematics of anxiety, subversion, sublimated desire, violence, paranoia, subjectivity, sexuality, inheritance, cultural ruination, the politics of reproduction.
Proposals in abstract form (500 words) are invited, to be submitted to Eóin Flannery – firstname.lastname@example.org by June 30th 2006. It is intended that final essays will then be received by December 31st 2006.
Dr Eóin Flannery
Department of Languages and Cultural Studies
College of Humanities
University of Limerick
Ireland Email: email@example.com
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