MetCast delves into the work of the University's Manchester Centre for Gothic Studies
MetCast Episode 15 - Making Manchester Gothic
Just in time for Halloween, MetCast explores the dark and demented world of our very own Manchester Centre for Gothic Studies, and looks at how the gothic mode has never been more relevant.
Featuring interviews with the centre's academics, it digs deep into the role of gothic studies, how it differs from horror, its relevance in the modern age and how the Manchester Gothic Festival has celebrated its popularity and helped the centre grow into something truly unique.
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