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14 Jan

Chapter on Virtual Cities in Sci-Fi Movies in the Making

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Together with a former student of mine, Sarah Lahm, I'm working on a chapter on virtual (reality) cities for the Fantastic Cities volume I'm co-editing with Steve Rabitsch and Stefan Brandt. For the abstract, click the rather obvious 'read more'-button.

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My chapter abstract "Seeing Through the Animal's Eyes: The Animal's Point of View in Horror Cinema" has been (tentatively) selected for inclusion in a volume (tentatively) titled Seeing Animals: Derrida, Visuality, and Exposures of the Human, edited by Sarah Bezan and James Tink. For the abstract, click the 'read more' button.

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I am working on a chapter titled "Exploring the Past? Hyperreal Urban Spaces in L.A. Noire," which will be included in a collection tentatively titled The Dark California: Millennial Concerns in Contemporary Pop-Cultural Readings of California edited by Katarzyna Nowak-McNeice and Agata Zarzycka. For the abstract, click the 'read more' button.

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17 Aug

2 Chapters on Pynchon in the Making

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Another quick update: Two chapters on Thomas Pynchon have been (tentatively) accepted for two very different collections. Collection #1 will be edited by Jessica Aldred and Felan Parker and tackle the BioShock series; collection #2 will be edited by Dawn Keetley and Matt Sivils and discuss the ecogothic in 19th-century American culture. For my abstracts, hit the 'read more'-button.

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09 Aug

Supernatural & the Compulsion to Repeat

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This is the draft of a chapter for a book on Supernatural & the Gothic tradition edited by Melissa Makala announced in March. This has basically been accepted as-is.

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