Each volume in this series contains new essays on the many forms assumed by
– as well as the most important themes in – the ever-expanding range of
international ‘Gothic’ fictions from the eighteenth to the twenty-first century.
Launched by leading members of the International Gothic Association (IGA) and
some editors and advisory board members of its journal, Gothic Studies, this
series thus offers cutting-edge analyses of the great many variations in the
Gothic mode over time and all over the world, whether these have occurred in
literature, film, theatre, art, several forms of cybernetic media, or other
manifestations ranging from ‘Goth’ group identities to avant garde displays of
aesthetic and even political critique.
Series Editors: Elisabeth Bronfen, Steven Bruhm, Ken Gelder, Jerrold E.
Hogle, Avril Horner, William Hughes.