Rural Gothic Queer Horror video package
2-day online event originally presented 6-7 February 2020. The 10 speakers included are:
L.B. Limbrey (they/them): The Queer Body in the Landscape
Hannah O’Flanagan (she/her, they/them): Jewelle Gomez’s The Gilda Stories: black lesbian vampires and the inversion of the heteronormative family unit
CM Wilson (they/them): Red as Blood, Adelaide as Snow: siblinghood and colour symbolism.
Noni Townshend (she/her/they/them): Finding Yourself in the Other: Queer Readings of HP Lovecraft
C.H. Newell (he/him): The Queerness of Leatherface
Sarah Crowther (she/her): Drag Me to Hell: Representations of Drag & Transvestism in Horror Film & Television
Katie Halinski (they/them): Queerness and Folk Horror in Medieval Poetry and Modern Cinema
Quen Took (they/them): “I Think She’s Starting To Suspect Something” – Hauntings, Warnings, And Women Supporting Women.
Kai D’Argenta (he/him, they/them) Peter would cry over you: gender and sexuality in depictions of male werewolves in 21st century TV shows.
Hari Berrow (she/they) and Amira Krista (she/they): Love and Loss in Alice Isn't Dead