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THE SHADOWY TRUTH BEHIND MODERN HORROR
AND GOTHIC TRENDS
What is this Webinar all about?
After a year of regularly collaborating on the podcast "The Road to Self-Recognition", where we dissected and analysed Horror, the Gothic, death, grief and all the in-betweens, we bring you now our latest webinar. In this webinar you will learn:
Everything you need to know about Horror and the Gothic in Modern Times
What the consumption of Horror tells us about our history
What we can learn about our Shadows and fears through horror
What Horror and the Gothic look like nowadays compared to the last 50 years
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Who is this Webinar aimed at?
This webinar is aimed at all levels of Horror and Gothic fans who want to have an overall view of the history of Horror, its relationship with the Gothic and its practical application.
At the end of the webinar, you will be able to have a clear timeline of when Horror originated, what influenced it and its constant evolution.
This webinar will also give you a deeper understanding of its cathartic and therapeutical side when exploring humanity's deepest fears, which is an invaluable tool for coaches, teachers and mentors who want to create self-awareness in their sessions.
This webinar is ideal to work on the human psyche, making use of literary and cinematic productions from their origins to modern times.
If you are looking to explore the darkest corners of your unconscious mind to have a clearer idea of who you are and your purpose, this webinar is for you.
Meet your Horror Mentors
Philologist, Independent Researcher, Jugian, Life Guide through writing
Alicia Domínguez is an English philologist with a passion for Gothic literature, Neuroscience and Psychology. As an independent researcher, she has been working on the representations of Female archetypes and the Great Mother in Gothic texts and productions to help others in their personal and professional journeys.
She is the owner of the online magazine “You are Gothic But You Don’t Know It”, and creates online content on her blog and on the online platform, Medium. As a professional language and literature coach, she has been helping people achieve their language targets for over 20 years.
She has a short story in a flash fiction Spanish anthology called Crónicas Microvampíricas, concurso de microrelatos sobre vampiros and a collaborative book called Diario de Madres Escritoras II, un nuevo comienzo, both published by Diversidad Literaria.
She is currently working on a Critical Essay that will be part of the collection Women in Supernatural, Critical Essays organized by Susan Nylander and Amanda Taylor that will be published by McFarland Publishing.
Research Assistant and Lecturer at Ankara University
Tugce Kutlu completed her undergraduate education in Radio, Television and Film at Ankara University, and received another BA in International Relations from Anadolu University.
She completed her MA in Film Studies at University College London (UCL) under a scholarship. She wrote her dissertation on grief in 21st-Century horror films supervised by Professor Susanne Kord at UCL. She wrote her thesis on 21st-century Turkish cinema and power relations for her second MA at Ankara University.
Her works I am not Carrie: Rebellious Girls of Horror Cinema’s New Era and The rule of the weird: power relations in the films of Yorgos Lanthimos have been published by academic journals.
She has been to numerous academic conferences, presenting her work.
She is currently doing her PhD at Ankara University where she is also a research assistant.