Author
Erin Harrington

Dr Erin Harrington is a lecturer in English and Cultural Studies at the University of Canterbury. Her work focuses on horror, embodiment, popular and visual culture, and sex and gender, and she also has a particular interest in theatre, criticism and dramaturgy. She has written for a range of literary and academic publications, art catalogues, and popular outlets, and she regularly appears as a speaker and panelist. Her book, Women, Monstrosity and Horror Film: Gynaehorror, will be published this year by Routledge.

Latest Articles:
Perm and Set: A Review of Steel Magnolias
Read Time: 5 mins
Erin Harrington heads to the 80s Louisiana weepie...
Theatre
Perm and Set: A Review of Steel Magnolias
By Erin Harrington
Satire, Sincerity and Pastiche: A Review of The Love Witch
Read Time: 10 mins
Erin Harrington takes a look at what we can read into...
Screen
Satire, Sincerity and Pastiche: A Review of The Love Witch
By Erin Harrington
Unmoored Melancholy: A Review of Uncle Vanya
Read Time: 9 mins
Erin Harrington reviews Chekhov's classic.
Theatre
Unmoored Melancholy: A Review of Uncle Vanya
By Erin Harrington
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