Interdisciplinary Humanities

 

Expanding the Scope of Horror

Fall 2016 - Volume 33.3

Guest Editors: Edmund Cueva and William Nowak

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Articles in Interdisciplinary Humanities
from April 2003 to the present can be accessed through EBSCO databases, including Academic Search Premier.

Contents

Editor's Introduction: Expanding the Scope of Horror

     Edmund Cueva     University of Houston-Downtown
     
William Nowak     University of Houston-Downtown

3
   
Staging Hell: Performance and the Horror of Genre
     Madelon Hoedt     University of South Wales
9
   
Placing Horror: An Interdisciplinary Investigation

     Katherine A. Wagner     University of Louisville

25
   
Historicizing Lovecraft: The Great War and America's Cosmic Dread
      W. Scott Poole     College of Charleston
36
   
Doll as a Memento Infanti
      Donna Mitchell     University of Limerick
53
     
From Post-Modern to Ancient Greco-Roman Horror: Some Remarks for Further Investigation
     Nadia Scippacercola     Università degli Studi di Napoli Federico II
66
   
"Hurrah for Hanging": Monsters, Irony, and the Contested Meaning of Horror in Nineteenth-Century America
     Jeffrey A. Mullins     St. Cloud University
81
   
The Foolkiller Movie: Uncovering an Overlooked Horror Genre

     Florent Christol     Paul-Valéry University

93
     
Dual Images of the "Monstrous Feminine" in Single White Female (1992)
     Erica Tortolani     University of Massachusetts Amherst
107
   
Mobilizing the Grotesque: The Anti-War Publications of Ernst Friedrich and Frederick A. Barber  
     Emily Gallagher     The Australian National University
122
   
Mystical Horror: Apophasis, Self-Subversion, and the Ligottian Universe  
     Brad Baumgartner     The Pennsylvania State University
146
   
Book Review: The Story of Pain: From Prayers to Painkillers by Joanna Bourke
     Sonja Mayrhofer     University of Iowa
163
   
Book Review: A Convenient Hatred: The History of Anti-Semitism by Phyllis Goldstein  
     Henry L. Roubicek     University of Houston-Downtown
168
   
Book Review: The Americanization of Narcissism by Elizabeth Lunbeck
     Jordan M. Reed    Drew University
172
Notes on Contributors
176
   
Editorial Policies
180
   
HERA Membership/IH Subscriptions
181
   
Executive Editor - Ronald Weber

Co-Editors - Stephen Husarik and Lee Ann Elliott Westman

Book Review Editor - Edmund Cueva

This issue of Interdisciplinary Humanities is partially underwritten by the Humanities Program at the University of Texas at El Paso.

 
   

Front Cover Image: Francisco Goya, Saturn Devouring his Children, 1819-1823, Museo del Prado, Madrid. https://commons.wikimedia.org.