Gothic literature (Romantic to Contemporary), Romantic literature, Medical Humanities, Disability Studies, Literature and Visual Art
American Literature; Southern and Appalachian literature; Gender Theory; Queer Theory; Ugliness; Gothic Literature
Puerto Rican literature, Caribbean studies, Gothic literature, Popular fiction, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Horror film
Latin American and Spanish Literature with a focus on twentieth and twenty-first century Women’s Literature; research interests include gender and sexuality theory, feminist theory, transnational theory, cultural studies, comparative literature, ecocriticism, ecofeminism, and Gothic and Neo-Gothic literature.
Scholarly interests: Romanticism, Digital Humanities, media studies, gothic literature, travel literature, book history
Extracurriculars: rock climbing, cooking, photographing my cats
I am a PhD Candidate in the English Department at the University of Victoria (Victoria, BC), where I am writing a dissertation on Romantic Gothic literature and its economic contexts.
Academically, my interests lie in 19th/20th century British and American Gothic literature, especially where monsters are concerned.Personally, my interests include reading/writing, cooking, movies, video games, and music.
British Literature, the Long 18th Century
British Literature, the Long 19th Century
Romanticism and Its Descendants
Old & Middle English
Speculative Fiction old and new
…Senior Lecturer, Postcolonial Gothic Literature…
Dr. Anita Harris Satkunananthan is a senior lecturer at the National University of Malaysia. She possesses a PhD in Postcolonial Literature from the University of Queensland at St Lucia, Australia. Her research interests: Postcolonial Gothic, Phenomenology: Spatial and Temporal studies encompassing Hauntology, Geocriticism, and Memory Studies. Anita has been awarded grants from the Centre for Research and Instrumentation, UKM and the Malaysian Ministry of Education. She has recently been working on Anthropocene literary criticism and ecoGothic literature — both subfields deeply connected to her ongoing work on the postcolonial Gothic and the spatio-temporal configurations of phenomenology in literature.
My research can be broadly divided into two areas: (1) 19th-20th century American and English literature, and (2) Modern and contemporary Japanese language, literature, and culture. Studies in global modernism and transnational exchanges bring these two fields together. Related research interests include feminist, postcolonial, and critical theory; the multi-ethnic literatures of the US, particularly African-American literature; the American South; Gothic literature; visual texts, arts, and culture.