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The Manchester Centre for Gothic Studies

​The Manchester Centre for Gothic Studies' mission is to promote the study of the Gothic both nationally and internationally and to work across age ranges and levels of study. Their research spans the entire history of the Gothic mode, from the first self-professed Gothic story in 1764 to present-day cinema and television. Their researchers specialise in different periods and media that complement one other, from eighteenth and nineteenth-century prose, poetry, drama and architecture to twentieth and twenty-first century Gothic literature, film, television and video games. 

They will host the prestigious International Gothic Association in the summer of 2019. Find out more about their researchers here or browse their publications.

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