Allan Lloyd Smith Prizes 2019

The International Gothic Association is delighted to announce the nominations for this year’s Allan Lloyd Smith Prizes.

In 2011, as a memorial to its founding President Dr Allan Lloyd Smith (1945-2010), the International Gothic Association established a prize to be awarded for a scholarly publication considered to have advanced the field of Gothic studies significantly. For the 2019 incarnation of the award we are delighted that there will be two Prizes of £100 each: one for a standout monograph published on the Gothic over the last two years, and another for an edited collection published over the last four years.

Monograph: Longlist

Ian Conrich and Laura Sedgwick, Gothic Dissections in Film and Literature: The Body in Parts (Palgrave Macmillan, 2017)                       

Rebecca Duncan, South African Gothic: Anxiety and Creative Dissent in the Post-apartheid Imagination and Beyond (University of Wales Press, 2018)

Matt Foley, Haunting Modernisms: Ghostly Aesthetics, Mourning, and Spectral Resistance Fantasies in Literary Modernism (Palgrave MacMillan, 2017)              

Chloe Germaine Buckley, Twenty-First-Century Children’s Gothic: From the Wanderer to Nomadic Subject (Edinburgh University Press, 2017)

Kathleen Hudson, Servants and the Gothic, 1764-1831: A Half-Told Tale (University of Wales Press, 2018)

William Hughes, Key Concepts in the Gothic (Edinburgh University Press, 2018)

Cameron Macdonell, Ghost Storeys: Ralph Adams Cram, Modern Gothic Media, and Deconstructive Microhistory at a Canadian Church (McGill-Queen’s University Press, 2017)

Alison Milbank, God and the Gothic: Religion, Romance, and Reality in the English Literary Tradition (Oxford University Press, 2018)     

Christina Morin, The Gothic Novel in Ireland, c.1760-1829 (Manchester University Press, 2018)    

Gary D. Rhodes, The Birth of the American Horror Film (Edinburgh University Press, 2018)          

Stephen Shapiro and Philip Barnard, Pentecostal Modernism: Lovecraft, Los Angeles, and World-Systems Culture (Bloomsbury, 2017)

Catherine Spooner, Post-Millennial Gothic: Comedy, Romance and the Rise of Happy Gothic (Bloomsbury, 2017)             

Edited Collection: Longlist

Carol Margaret Davison ed., The Gothic and Death (Manchester University Press, 2017)

Carol Margaret Davison and Monica Germanà eds., Scottish Gothic: An Edinburgh Companion (Edinburgh University Press, 2017)

Carol Margaret Davison and Marie Mulvey-Roberts eds., Global Frankenstein (Palgrave MacMillan, 2018)

Sorcha Ní Fhlainn ed., Clive Barker: Dark Imaginer (Manchester University Press, 2018)

Anya Heise-von der Lippe ed., Posthuman Gothic (University of Wales Press, 2017)

Ruth Heholt and William Hughes eds., Gothic Britain: Dark Places in the Provinces and Margins of the British Isles (University of Wales Press, 2018)

Laura Kremmel and Kevin Corstorphine eds., The Palgrave Handbook to Horror Literature (Palgrave Macmillan, 2018)

Robert McKay and John Miller eds., Werewolves, Wolves and the Gothic (University of Wales Press, 2017)

Francesca Saggini and Anna Enrichetta Soccio eds., Transmedia Creatures: Frankenstein’s Afterlives (Bucknell University Press, 2018)

Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock ed., The Cambridge Companion to American Gothic (Cambridge University Press, 2017)