Matt Foley

Affiliation: Manchester Metropolitan University

Research Areas:
Period: 18th Century Gothic, 19th Century Gothic, 20th Century Gothic, 21st Century Gothic
Interdisciplinary Approaches: Gothic Music
Genres and Media: Fiction, Tourism and Travel
Regions and Cultures: American Gothic, European Gothic, Irish Gothic, Scottish Gothic
Creatures: Ghosts

Senior Lecturer in Modern and Contemporary Literature

Email: matthew.foley@mmu.ac.uk

Nicolette Williams

Affiliation: University of Stirling

Research Areas:
Period: Early Modern Gothic, 18th Century Gothic, 19th Century Gothic, 20th Century Gothic, 21st Century Gothic
Gender: Female Gothic, Queer Gothic
Interdisciplinary Approaches: Eco-Gothic, Folklore and Myth, Technology, Medicine and Science, Spirituality and Religion
Genres and Media: Animation, Arts, Fiction, Children and YA, Comics and Graphic Novels, Tourism and Travel
Regions and Cultures: American Gothic, European Gothic, Scottish Gothic, Southern American Gothic
Creatures: Ghosts, Monsters, Vampires, Zombies

PhD candidate at University of Stirling focusing on death and violations of the corpse in 20th century American Gothic.

Email: nicolette.williams@gmail.com

Leah Richards

Affiliation: LaGuardia Community College

Research Areas:
Period: 19th Century Gothic, 20th Century Gothic, 21st Century Gothic
Gender: Female Gothic
Genres and Media: Fiction, Film and TV, Children and YA
Regions and Cultures: American Gothic, Southern American Gothic, Welsh Gothic
Creatures: Ghosts, Monsters, Vampires

Leah is a Professor of English, editor of Supernatural Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Art, Media, and Culture, and her cats’ human familiar.

Email: mortalwombat731@gmail.com

Christopher Lockett

Affiliation: Memorial University of Newfoundland

Research Areas:
Period: 20th Century Gothic, 21st Century Gothic
Gender: Queer Gothic
Interdisciplinary Approaches: Folklore and Myth
Genres and Media: Fiction, Film and TV
Regions and Cultures: American Gothic
Creatures: Aliens, Monsters, Zombies

Associate Professor of English at Memorial University of Newfoundland. Specializes in 20th and 21st century American Literature and Science Fiction and Fantasy. Gothic interests reside mainly in Lovecraftian cosmic horror and the New Weird, and post-apocalyptic narratives (especially zombies).

Email: clockett@mun.ca
Website: https://cjlockett.com

Stuart Lindsay

Affiliation: University of Stirling

Research Areas:
Period: 20th Century Gothic, 21st Century Gothic
Gender: Queer Gothic, Gothic Gender
Interdisciplinary Approaches: Gothic Music
Genres and Media: Film and TV, Children and YA, Games, Virtual Gothic
Regions and Cultures: American Gothic, Scottish Gothic
Creatures: Aliens, Animals, Ghosts, Monsters, Vampires, Zombies

Stuart Lindsay’s Gothic research and publications focus on trauma and cultural memory, cultural nostalgia, and contemporary media.

Email: s.l.lindsay@stir.ac.uk

Anni Perheentupa

Affiliation: University of California, Riverside

Research Areas:
Period: 19th Century Gothic, 21st Century Gothic
Interdisciplinary Approaches: Folklore and Myth
Genres and Media: Animation, Children and YA, Comics and Graphic Novels, Virtual Gothic
Regions and Cultures: American Gothic, Asian Gothic, Nordic Gothic
Creatures: Ghosts, Monsters

A Finnish scholar of scary internet stories, folklore, and ghosts, primarily in Japanese, English, and Finnish.

Email: anni.perheentupa@gmail.com

Fionnula Simpson

Affiliation: University College Dublin

Research Areas:
Period: 19th Century Gothic, 20th Century Gothic, 21st Century Gothic
Gender: Female Gothic, Queer Gothic
Interdisciplinary Approaches: Technology, Medicine and Science
Genres and Media: Fiction
Regions and Cultures: American Gothic, Irish Gothic
Creatures: Ghosts, Monsters

Fionnula Simpson is a postdoctoral researcher at University College Dublin.

Email: fionnula.simpson@ucd.ie

Aurora Piñeiro

Affiliation: National Autonomous University of Mexico

Research Areas:
Period: 20th Century Gothic, 21st Century Gothic
Gender: Female Gothic
Interdisciplinary Approaches: Eco-Gothic, Folklore and Myth
Genres and Media: Arts, Fiction, Film and TV
Regions and Cultures: American Gothic, Canadian Gothic, European Gothic, Irish Gothic, Latin American Gothic, Southern American Gothic
Creatures: Animals, Monsters, Vampires

Aurora Piñeiro is author of El gótico y su legado en el terror: Una introducción a la estética de la oscuridad [Gothic Literature and its Legacy in Terror: An Introduction to the Aesthetics of Darkness] (UNAM, 2017), and editor of Rewriting Traditions: Contemporary Irish Fiction (UNAM, 2021).

Email: aurorapc@gmail.com

Mark Rees

Affiliation: University of Wales Trinity St David

Research Areas:
Period: Early Modern Gothic, 18th Century Gothic, 19th Century Gothic, 20th Century Gothic, 21st Century Gothic
Gender: Female Gothic, Gothic Masculinity, Queer Gothic, Trans Gothic, Gothic Gender
Interdisciplinary Approaches: Eco-Gothic, Folklore and Myth, Technology, Medicine and Science, Gothic Music, Gothic Fashion, Spirituality and Religion
Genres and Media: Animation, Arts, Fiction, Film and TV, Children and YA, Games, Comics and Graphic Novels, Poetry, Theatre and Performance, Tourism and Travel, Virtual Gothic
Regions and Cultures: Postcolonial Gothic, African Gothic, American Gothic, Antipodean Gothic, Arctic Gothic, Asian Gothic, Black Gothic, Canadian Gothic, Caribbean Gothic, Creole Gothic, European Gothic, Irish Gothic, Latin American Gothic, Middle-Eastern Gothic, Nordic Gothic, Scottish Gothic, Southern American Gothic, Tropical Gothic, Welsh Gothic
Creatures: Aliens, Animals, Ghosts, Monsters, Vampires, Zombies

Journalist. Author. PhD student at University of Wales Trinity St David.

Email: reviewwales@gmail.com
Website: https://markreesonline.com/

Timothy Dean Haner

Affiliation: University of the Fraser Valley

Research Areas:
Period: 19th Century Gothic, 20th Century Gothic
Interdisciplinary Approaches: Folklore and Myth, Spirituality and Religion
Regions and Cultures: European Gothic, Southern American Gothic
Creatures: Aliens, Monsters

I have a been teaching an introductory university course to British and American Gothic literature of the 19th and 20th centuries for twenty years.

Email: tim.haner@ufv.ca