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Register soon for Gothic Feminism 3: Technology, Women, and Gothic-Horror On-Screen

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Frances Kamm <[log in to unmask]>

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Frances Kamm <[log in to unmask]>

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Dear colleagues,

There are still a few days left to register for the forthcoming conference Technology, Women and Gothic-Horror On-Screen at the University of Kent on 2nd-3rd May 2019. Dr Lisa Purse will be the keynote speaker.

Please register by Monday 22nd April 2019 by visiting here:

https://store.kent.ac.uk/product-catalogue/faculty-of-humanities/school-of-arts/arts-events/gothic-feminism-2019

Further information can be found here: https://gothicfeminism.com/

We hope to welcome you to Kent soon!


Technology, Women and Gothic-Horror On-Screen

2nd – 3rd May 2019

University of Kent

PROGRAMME

Thursday 2nd May

09:00 – 09:30              Registration

09:30 – 9:45                Welcome and Opening Remarks

9:45 – 11:00                Keynote Speech – Dr Lisa Purse (University of Reading)

11:00 – 11:30              Tea & coffee break

11:30 – 13:00              Papers 1: Technology of the Gothic and Horror

‘Controlling the Gaze?: Potentials, Problems and Responsibilities of Audio-Visual Research in a Feminist Context’ – Gabriela Zogall (University of Birmingham)

‘“Come on. It’ll be just like in the movies. We’ll pretend to be someone else”: Female Identity Behind the Screen in David Lynch’s L.A. Trilogy’ – Olivia Steen (University of Hertfordshire)

‘Gothic Melodrama and Technicolor Design: Gender, Class and the Architecture of a House’ – Liz Watkins (University of Leeds)

13:00 – 14:00              Lunch

14:00 – 15:30              Papers 2: Automata

‘Of Disobedient Machines and Damsels in Distress: Technology and Gothic Feminism in Westworld’ – Elizabeth Mullen (Université de Bretagne Occidentale)

‘“Like a Real Girl”: Gaze, Gender, and Gothically Haunted Humanoid Inventions, Especially in the Blade Runner films and Ex Machina’ – Gisèle M. Baxter (University of British Columbia)

‘Ex Machina’s Gothic:Science-fiction, Synthespians and Special Effects’ – Frances A. Kamm (University of Kent)

15:50 – 16:00              Tea & coffee break

16:00 – 18:00              Papers 3: Videographic work

‘Bio-Toxic Relationships and the Southern Gothic – Being a Man, Being a Woman and Being a Monster in Resident Evil: Biohazard’ – Richard Sheppard (University of Wales)

Pandemic – John Bradburn

18:00 – 19:00              Cake and wine reception

Friday 3rd May

09:30 – 11:00              Papers 4: Technology in the Gothic and Horror

‘Female Labour and Algorithmic Horror in Cam’ – Matt Denny (University of Warwick)

‘Intermediality and Gender in the First Teen Slasher Black Christmas’ – Morten Feldtfos Thomsen (Karlstad University)

‘“Do you think I am an automaton?”: Captain Janeway and the Gothic Holodeck’ – Lies Lanckman (University of Kent)

11:00 – 11:30              Tea & coffee break

11:30 – 13:00              Papers 5: Identity

‘The Eyes Have It: Gendered Tension Between Sight, Technology and Spanish National Identity in Jaume Balagueró and Paco Plaza’s REC (2007) and Alejandro Amenábar’s Tesis (1996)’ – Rebecca Wynne-Walsh (Trinity College Dublin)

‘The Technology of Mommy: Ugly Feelings and the Uncanny in The Babadook, Goodnight Mommy, and Hereditary – Johanna M. Wagner (Østfold University College)

‘“Want”: Vagina Dentata, Automation and Feminist Desire in Teeth’s Reviews’ – Katherine Farrimond (University of Sussex)

13:00 – 14:00              Lunch

14:00 – 16:00              Papers 6: Gothic Ghosts

‘“Take me back to the old house”. Memory, Trauma and Scepticism: The Awakening and the Female Ghost Hunter’ – Katerina Flint-Nicol (University of Kent)

‘I Ain’t Afraid of No Ghosts: Paranormal Investigations and their Implications for the Feminine Victorian Gothic– Linda Sheppard (University of East Anglia)

16:00 – 16:30              Final remarks and closing of conference

[https://gothicfeminism.files.wordpress.com/2016/03/vlcsnap-2016-03-04-11h29m49s354.png]<https://gothicfeminism.com/>

Gothic Feminism - The Representation of the Gothic Heroine in Cinema<https://gothicfeminism.com/>
EXTENDED DEADLINE! Abstracts accepted until Friday 1st March. Technology, Women, and Gothic-Horror On-Screen 2 – 3 May 2019. University of Kent. Keynote speaker: Dr Lisa Purse (University of Reading)
gothicfeminism.com


Gothic Feminism 2019 | University of Kent<https://store.kent.ac.uk/product-catalogue/faculty-of-humanities/school-of-arts/arts-events/gothic-feminism-2019>
Gothic Feminism presents: Technology, Women, and Gothic-Horror On-Screen Thursday 2nd May - Friday 3rd May 2019 University of Kent Gothic Feminism is a res
store.kent.ac.uk






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