Thursday 25th – Friday 26th April 2013
Manchester, United Kingdom
From contemporary horror film to medieval Eucharistic devotions, from Freudian theory to science fiction, cannibals and cannibalism continue to repel and intrigue us in equal measure. This two-day interdisciplinary conference will explore humanity’s relationships with, and attitudes towards, cannibalism, whether fascination, horror or purely practical considerations.
Papers are sought from all disciplines, including but not limited to literature, film studies, history, anthropology, archaeology, psychology and medicine.
This conference is preceded by TWISTED TALES OF CANNIBALISM on Wednesday 24th April
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Registration Now Closed
Deadline for registration is 10th April 2013, both registration options include lunch and refreshments on both days. Please note as we are not in receipt of any funding it is not possible for us to offer a subsidised rate for post-graduate students at this time.