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Manchester Gothic Conference 2015: “What Lies Beneath”

We’re back from the third annual Manchester Gothic conference, a meeting of many darkly-inclined academics giving papers on the entirety of Gothic culture, beyond merely the subculture. We’ve touched on theatre, literature, cinema, theology, psychogeography and dinner to name a … Continue reading

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Goth Teenagers, Depression and the Bristol Study

By now, some of you may have heard me speaking on BBC Newcastle radio (21:00), or even the Today Programme on BBC Radio Four (48:00). You might have heard Sylvia from the Sophie Lancaster Foundation, on BBC Scotland radio or … Continue reading

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World Goth Day 2014

Happy World Goth Day 2014, readers! It’s delightfully grey and cold here in Leeds, England – breaking a surprising and inconvenient sunny spell, and letting me dust off the leather and waistcoats of winter. Last year, we talked to WGD … Continue reading

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MMU Gothic Festival – Video Coverage

In October last year, The Blogging Goth attended some of the sessions of the inaugural Gothic Manchester Festival. This was convened to celebrate the launch of the academic Centre for Gothic Studies at Manchester Metropolitan University. Staff at MMU have … Continue reading

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MMU Gothic Festival 2013

Last week, Tim Sinister attended some sessions of Manchester Metropolitan University’s ‘Gothic Manchester Festival’. It had been arranged to promote the launch of the dedicated Centre for Gothic Studies, an exciting and ambitious academic group which intends to; “promote the … Continue reading

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