Gothic Bible Blog Series



The 'Gothic Bible Blog Series' is part of the Gothic Bible project, a collaborative project run by Sheffield Gothic and SIIBS at the University of Sheffield, and also the University of Auckland (you can find out more about the project here). The blog series is ongoing, so if you would like to contribute a post you can email us at Gothic Bible@sheffield.ac.uk or tweet us at @GothicBible. 

Below you will find an up to date list of the posts published so far. If you want to share your favourites, or if you have any comments, tweet us at @GothicBible using the hashtag #GothicBible.




An introduction to the Gothic Bible Blog Series, by Mary Going (University of Sheffield)

The first of two posts exploring religious belief and the Gothic village in The Witcher 3, by Emily Marlow (University of Sheffield)

The concluding post exploring religious belief and the Gothic village in The Witcher 3, by Emily Marlow (University of Sheffield)

An exploration of Satan as the Masked Antagonist in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Phantom of the Opera (1986), by Christopher Scott (University of Sheffield)

Gothic Bible Halloween Conference
A review of the Gothic Bible Halloween conference held at the University of Sheffield on 31st October 2017,by Mary Going (University of Sheffield)


A discussion of the intersection between theology and the aesthetic strategies of the Gothic novel, by Holly Hirst (Manchester Metropolitan University)



Related Posts on the Sheffield Gothic Blog

A review of the first season of Outcast exploring the show’s reimagining of demonic possession, by Mary Going (University of Sheffield)

An exploration of the myths in He Never Died, with a focus on the myth of Cain, by Kathleen Hudson (University of Sheffield Alumnus)


A discussion of Calvinism and the depiction of the Devil in Confessions of a Justified Sinner, by Mary Going (University of Sheffield)


A post exploring the theme of Religious Gothic’ and The Monk, by Kathleen Hudson (University of Sheffield Alumnus)

A discussion of the sublime landscapes of Black Narcissus’, by Lucy Hall (University of St Andrews)


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