Gothic and Horror
This course examines the forms and meanings of the Gothic and horror over the last 250 years in the West. How have effects of fright, terror, or awe been achieved over this span and why do audiences find such effects attractive? Our purpose will be to understand the generic structures of horror and their evolution in tandem with broader cultural changes. Course materials will include fiction, film, readings in the theory of horror, architecture, visual arts, and electronic media. 3 hrs. lect./disc. 3 hrs lect.
- Fall 2012
- Library 201(LIB 201)
- 12:15pm-1:30pm on Monday, Wednesday at LIB 201 (Sep 10, 2012 to Dec 7, 2012)
7:30pm-10:25pm on Tuesday at MBH 220 (Sep 10, 2012 to Dec 7, 2012)
- Michael Newbury
- American Studies
- Program in American Studies
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- HIS NOR
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