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Horror Studies 1.1

Horror Studies 1.1

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Published by Intellect Books
This journal is devoted to the rigorous study of
horror in all its cultural and historical forms:
from film, literature, music and dance, to fine
art, photography and beyond. It seeks to foster
fruitful dialogue between a wide range of
different critical and scholarly traditions, and
will inform and stimulate anyone interested in a
wider and deeper understanding of horror.
This journal is devoted to the rigorous study of
horror in all its cultural and historical forms:
from film, literature, music and dance, to fine
art, photography and beyond. It seeks to foster
fruitful dialogue between a wide range of
different critical and scholarly traditions, and
will inform and stimulate anyone interested in a
wider and deeper understanding of horror.

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Published by: Intellect Books on Jul 09, 2010
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CONTENTS
Editorial
3
 Articles
5–24 Mummy Knows Best:Knowledge and theUnknowable in Turn of theCentury Mummy Fiction KAREN E. MACFARLANE25–47
Drakula halála
(1921): TheCinema’s First Dracula GARY D. RHODES 49–71 Strange Botany in
Werewolf of London
ROBERT SPADONI73–88 ‘Evil against Evil’:The Parabolic Structure andThematics of William Friedkin’s
The Exorcist 
LARRIE DUDENHOEFFER89–110 Of Submarines and Sharks:Musical Settings of a SilentMenaceLINDA MARIA KOLDAU111–128 ‘Uncontrollably Herself’:Deleuze’s Becoming-womanin the Horror Films of MichaelAlmereydaTOM O’CONNOR129–141 The Monstrous Masculine:Abjection and Todd Solondz’s
Happiness
ADAM WADENIUS143–160 Dark Looks: An Interview WithValerie SteeleCATHERINE SPOONER
 
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HOST 1 (1) p. 3 Intellect Limited 2010
Horror Studies Volume 1 Number 1
© 2010 Intellect Ltd Editorial. English language. doi: 10.1386/host.1.1.3/2
EDITORIAL
 Horror Studies
is a biannually published journal committed to the show-casing of high-quality research on all cultural manifestations of horror, fromthe more familiar forms it assumes in literature and film, through to such less-er-known modes of expression as fashion, dance, fine art, music and technol-ogy. Firmly interdisciplinary in its orientations,
 Horror 
 
Studies
aims to extendboth the formal study and the informal appreciation of horror into hithertooverlooked critical terrains, seeking in the process to appeal not only to theinternational academic community, but also to enthusiasts of the horror modemore generally. Bound neither by particular generic concerns nor by forms of horror as they might be confined to a particular cultural or historical locale,the journal strives for a certain inclusiveness. The breadth of our interests, wehope, is reflected in this, our inaugural issue.The Advisory Board of 
 Horror 
 
Studies
is composed of internationally rec-ognised experts in the field, and each contribution to the journal has beensubjected to a rigorous process of anonymous peer-review. As our Notes forContributors indicate,
 Horror 
 
Studies
is more concerned with letting the rhe-torical needs of any particular piece determine its length than prescribing anideal word-count for all submissions. We aim to give as equal a press to new and upcoming scholars as we do to more established researchers in the field.It is anticipated that future volumes of 
 Horror 
 
Studies
will include a stimu-lating mix of scholarly articles and reviews of books, DVDs, computer gamesand other relevant media. Published material submitted to
 Horror Studies
forcritical review, including academic monographs, books and DVDs of interest, will be distributed to suitably qualified readers; queries and ideas concerning the publication of longer review articles on appropriate material should beaddressed to the Managing Editor.The Editors

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