UC Connect: Horror for the Faint-Hearted

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- Why is horror so consistently popular?
- What is its ongoing appeal?
- And why do scary movies make some people tick, and others feel sick?

In this UC Connect public lecture Horror for the Faint-Hearted, UC English and Cultural Studies lecturer Dr Erin Harrington offers a funhouse ride through the pleasures and perils of the horror genre. She will explore not only how terror might be a source of entertainment, but how horror may reveal dark truths about our own fears and desires.

Dr Erin Harrington loves all things gross and spooky. A lecturer in English and Cultural Studies in the UC College of Arts, she is an expert in horror, popular and visual culture, and gender and sexuality. She has written for a range of literary and academic publications, art catalogues, and popular media outlets, and she regularly appears as a speaker and panellist. Her book Women, Monstrosity and Horror Film: Gynaehorror was published by Routledge in 2017. Dr Harrington also has a particular interest in theatre, criticism and dramaturgy and is a prolific theatre critic.

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