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05 Oct

Chapter on the Urban Gothic and The Order 1886

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Holly-Gale Millette and Ruth Heholt have invited me to contribute a chapter to their forthcoming book The New Urban Gothic. My chapter will discuss colonialism and capitalism in the video game The Order 1886. For my abstract, click 'read more'.

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04 Oct

Chapter on Television in 1980s' Horror

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I will contribute a chapter on the role of television in horror movies to Oh, The Horror: Politics and Culture in Horror Films of the 1980s, edited by Connor and Kevin Scott. For my abstract, click 'read more'.

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21 Aug

Chapter on TV Show Zoo

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Sherry Ginn and Michael Cornelius have invited me to contribute a chapter to their volume-in-progress on television shows dealing with the apocalypse. My essay will discuss a show I thought would be so much better than it's turned out to be, CBS's Zoo. For my abstract, click 'read more'.

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Klaus Rieser, the man who supervised my dissertation and who is currently chair of the department I'm employed at, and I will collaborate on a chapter discussing masculinity and paternity in survival horror games. The chapter is slated to be included in volume 3 of a three-volume collection on gender and horror edited by Robert Shail, Samantha Holland, and Steven Gerrard. For our abstract, click 'read more'.

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My office mate Steve Rabitsch and I will contribute a chapter to a volume on the historical imagination in comics edited by Michael Goodrum, David Hall, and Philip Smith. Our chapter will focus on how the comics series Manifest Destiny highlights the foundational role the dark, Gothic, aspects of American history have played in defining the American nation. For our abstract, click 'read more'.

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