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The Femme Fatale: American Horror Story and Those Deadly Women.

As part of our Contemporary Media and the Gothic series, Sunderland graduate Sophie Raine explores the femme fatale in American Horror Story. Sophie studied MA English. Her interest in the Gothic is feminism and penny dreadfuls. Escaping the bonds of … Continue reading

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Miss Jamie Spears at the International Gothic Association Blog

Miss Jamie Spears is a final-year PhD student at the University of Sunderland. Her dissertation ‘A Séance Room of One’s Own: Spiritualism, Spectrality and the New Woman in Late-Victorian Supernatural Fiction‘ is an interesting insight in to the sensational and … Continue reading

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Feminism and Gender Studies in Joss Whedon’s Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Chloé Campbell is a third year BA English and American Studies student, and an avid fan of Buffy. Her interest is in media portrayals of women and witchcraft, particularly from a feminist perspective. See more in our student profiles. I’ve … Continue reading

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