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MemberHolly Samantha Hirst

…11; Sheffield Reimagining – “You shouldn’t have killed my cat” vs. “I am Your God”: Gothic masculinity and demonic aesthetics in Critical Role….
…PhD ongoing – Manchester Metropolitan University – 2016-9 – ‘The Theology of the Early British Gothic’

PGCLTHE  ongoing – Manchester Metropolitan University – 2017-9

MLitt The Gothic Imagina…
…2018 – ‘The Theo-aesthetics of the Early British Gothic’ – Sheffield Gothic/Gothic Bible project blog – http://sheffieldgothicreadinggroup.blogspot.com/2018/01/gothic-bible-theo-aesthetics-of-early.html

2018…

I am a PhD student at Manchester Metropolitan working on ‘The Theology of the Early British Gothic: 1760-1830’. I am an Associate Lecturer who has taught on survey courses, critical theory, the long eighteenth century and the Early British Gothic.

MemberHayley Louise Charlesworth

…International Gothic Association

Manchester Centre for Gothic Studies…
…illennial television

Conference organisational committee: Absent Presences: shifting the core and peripheries of the Gothic mode…

My name is Hayley Louise Charlesworth and I am a PhD candidate in Gothic Studies at Manchester Metropolitan University. I completed a BA Hons in Creative Writing and Film Studies at Roehampton University between 2007 and 2010, where I achieved a first class honours. After a five year break to work in 16-19 education, I returned to my own study by completing an MA in English Studies at Manchester Metropolitan University. Here, I was awarded a Masters with Distinction and the Programme Leader’s Prize for Outstanding Achievement. I am currently working towards a PhD in Gothic Studies at Manchester Metropolitan University. My research is focused on depictions of bisexuality in post-millennial Gothic television, although I also research other elements of contemporary Gothic and queer theory.