Archive for "May 2016"

Satanic Art Exhibit

An exhibit from 2014 showed up today in my Google news feed from a Quartz piece called "Five hundred years of Satanic art" that draws attention to an "exhibition at Stanford University’s Cantor Arts Center, 'Sympathy for the Devil: Satan, Sin, and the Underworld,' [that] traces Lucifer’s visual history, from his emergence in the Middle […]

The and the Politics of Horror Fiction

I was pleased to find an article at The Federalist online that takes horror seriously as a genre that interacts significantly with social and cultural issues, including the moral and religious. The essay is "Inside Our National Zombie Nightmare Lurks The Politics Of Horror Fiction" by Marc Fitch. The title is somewhat misleading in that […]

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