Do you prefer Hallowe’en to Christmas? Have you already finalized your plan for surviving a zombie apocalypse? Do you know where to buy fake fangs? Then English 208G might just be the course for you. Titled “Gothic Monsters” the course offers “A study of monstrosity, fear, terror, and horror in the gothic mode from its origins to the present, with attention to the ways various genres (from the novel to new media) represent gothic sexualities, genders, politics, and aesthetics.” Watch our calendar for scheduling information–and don’t forget, there’s still time before the 31st to brush up on the opening dialogue from Thriller!
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