This Australasian horror editorial is an important step forward in putting Australian and New Zealand horror movies on the map of film and cinema studies as a subject worthy of intellectual debate
This month’s editorial shares some light on our expansion as an Open Access medium, giving some insights regarding the recent inclusion of Arts (painting and sculpture) on our publishing schedule
The question that should be discussed in this editorial is the following: what does a historian of religions have to say about the contemporary artistic milieu?
Gothic studies, the specialist academic field that explores the Gothic text, has developed substantially over the last twenty-five years.
The origins of magic were already being debated in antiquity, and histories of the witch trials appeared in Europe before the last of the trials and executions had ended.
Until the late nineteenth-century, Halloween amounted to barely anything more than a couple of informational inches of column space in October newspapers.
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