Conference reports and reflections from the Uncanny Media conference in Utrecht, Netherlands (2008) are starting to pop up online. Since it relates to my work on The Popular Uncanny, I was very interested in attending this event, but was unable to, so I’m seeking as many discussions and reports from the conference as possible online — and I’m especially keen on finding posted conference papers and related scholarship by the scholars in attendance.
I’ll keep updating this post as I collect what I discover here:
- Isabella van Elferen (Utrecht University)– who coordinated the Uncanny Media conference — posts her report on the conference’s website (and hints that a sequel to the event may be fomenting).
- Ilse Marie Bussing (University of Edinburgh) posts her con report at The Gothic Imagination and links to entertaining (but bandwidth-soaking) event photos by LeAnne Kline.
- Steen Christiansen (Aalborg University, Denmark) kindly shares his conference paper, “David Bowie’s Hauntology” on his great weblog, New Mappings.
- BLIK magazine gives an overview of their coverage of the event (the mag itself is not online)
[Leave a comment if you know of others…]