Gothic Women Project

Project: Other projectResearch collaboration

Project Details

Description

Gothic Women is an ongoing, collaborative project with a central focus on women's Gothic writing during the Romantic period, particularly those who have been neglected by history and academic study. We are also interested in the afterlives and ongoing influence of their work, aiming to celebrate women’s Gothic through the centuries.

The project is co-organised by Dr Daniel Cook (Dundee), Dr Laura Kirkley (Newcastle), Dr Anna Mercer (Cardiff), and Dr Deborah Russell (York). Our Events Fellow, funded by the British Association for Romantic Studies, is Dr Lauren Nixon (Nottingham Trent).
StatusActive
Effective start/end date1/08/21 → …
  • Gothic Histories

    Deborah Elizabeth Russell (Chair), Jim Watt (Invited speaker), Kaley Kramer (Invited speaker) & Diana Wallace (Invited speaker)

    12 Sep 2022

    Activity: Participating in or organising an eventSeminar/workshop/course

  • Gothic Adaptations

    Deborah Elizabeth Russell (Organiser), Eileen Hunt (Invited speaker), Enrique Ajuria Ibarra (Invited speaker) & Daniel Cook (Invited speaker)

    18 Jul 2022

    Activity: Participating in or organising an eventSeminar/workshop/course

  • Gothic Environments

    Deborah Elizabeth Russell (Organiser), Joan Passey (Invited speaker), Christie Margrave (Invited speaker) & Ruth Bienstock Anolik (Invited speaker)

    27 Jun 2022

    Activity: Participating in or organising an eventSeminar/workshop/course