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Thursday, May 9 • 5:15pm - 6:45pm
Ann Radcliffe Academic Conference: Panel 4 — Food and Domesticity a la Horror

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Panel Chair: Kevin Wetmore, Jr.
  • E. F. Schraeder, “Renfield’s Craving: Horror Cinema and Animal Ethics”
  • Karley Pardue, “The ‘Undertaste’ of Unkindness: Food and Deception in Ira Levin’s Rosemary’s Baby”
  • Crystal O’Leary-Davidson, “Home is Where the Horror Is: Ari Aster’s Hereditary and the New Horror Renaissance”
  • Kevin Wetmore, Jr., “Corn is the Grain of Horror: Sinister Scarecrow Cinema”


Moderators
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Kevin Wetmore, Jr.

Volunteer Coordinator, HWA LA
Kevin J. Wetmore, Jr. is the author, editor or co-editor of twenty-seven books, including Bram Stoker Award nominees Uncovering Stranger Things, The Streaming of Hill House, Devil’s Advocates: The Conjuring, and Eaters of the Dead: Myths and Realities of Cannibal Monsters.  He... Read More →

Speakers
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E. F. Schraeder

author
Ethicist, horror author, and poet. Author of Ghastly Tales of Gaiety and Greed: Unauthorized and Haunted Cedar Point. Semi-finalist in Charlotte Mew chapbook contest. 
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Crystal O’Leary-Davidson

C. O. Davidson’s work has appeared in Cemetery Gates, Georgia Gothic, Dark Moon Digest, Black Poppy Review, and Dark Ink’s collection Generation X-ed. She has also co-edited Monsters of Film, Fiction, and Fable, a collection of scholarly essays. She is an avid RPG-gamer, a founding... Read More →
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Karley Pardue

Karley Pardue (she/her) is an author and academic of horror. Her most recent obsession has been dissecting shower scenes from every sexy and violent angle. She has a weakness for vampires, nonlinear plots, and monsters as metaphor. Every October, Karley reviews horror films and other... Read More →



Thursday May 9, 2019 5:15pm - 6:45pm EDT
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