Prof. W. J. McCormack – Sheridan Le Fanu’s Houses and Lousers

Prof. Victor Sage – Time and the Layered Text, in Le Fanu, with a Question on the Future

Reuben Steenson – Through the Looking Glass Darkly: the Alice Influence in Some Later Fictions of Sheridan Le Fanu

Maria Giakaniki – The Wicked Fairy and the Child: Mysterious Seducers, Enchanted Victims and Intertextuality in Three Short Stories and a Novella

Dr Gavin Selerie – Brinsley Le Fanu’s Contribution to his Father’s Biography and Art

Dr Albert Power – Richard Marston of Dunoran: a Tragedy across Three Decades

Prof. Gaïd Girard
 – Growing a Voice:  Le Fanu and the Laboratory of the Dublin University Magazine

Dr Raphaël Ingelbien – ‘Squire Toby’s Will’: the Narratological Implications of Le Fanu’s Anglo-Irish Subtexts

Prof. Richard Haslam – Le Fanu’s ‘Green Tea’ and Irish Victorian Calvinism

Aoife Dempsey – Hyphenated States: the Postcolonial Geographies of J. S. Le Fanu’s Gothic Fiction

Michael Waldron – Reception: Back Drawing-Rooms in Le Fanu and Bowen

Prof. Alison Milbank
 – Death and the Maiden: Theology, Gender and the Grotesque in Le Fanu’s Fiction



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