This book explores new critical ground by addressing the intersection of two contentious concepts, postfeminism and Gothic. This collection of original and exciting essays examines a number of Gothic texts, from Anne Radcliffe's romances to modern horror films, in conjunction with diverse postfeminist theories, from backlash to postmodern feminism.
|Publication date:||1st January 2007|
|Author:||Benjamin A. Brabon|
|Categories:||Literature: history & criticism, Literary studies: from c 1900 -, Gender studies, gender groups,|
LUCIE ARMITT Professor of English, University of Salford, UK FRED BOTTING Director of the Institute for Cultural Research, Lancaster University, UK LINDA DRYDEN Reader in Literature and Culture, Napier University, UK JUDITH HALBERSTAM Professor of English, University of Southern California, USA DONNA HEILAND Independent scholar DIANE LONG HOEVELER Professor of English, Marquette University, USA CLAIRE KNOWLES Associate Lecturer, School of English, Journalism and European Languages, University of Tasmania RHONDA V. WILCOX Professor of English, Gordon College, Barnesville, USA ANNE WILLIAMS Professor of English, University of Georgia, USA GINA WISKER Head of Centre for Learning and Teaching, University of Brighton, UKMore About Benjamin A. Brabon