The American Gothic: An Interview with Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock




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Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock is currently Professor of English at Central Michigan University, where he has been teaching a variety of courses on American literature and popular culture since 2001. He’s a scholar of the Gothic with a vast academic production, in particular on supernatural fiction, film and television. His research interests span topics related to, among many, monsters, ghosts, vampires, and the female Gothic. He is also an associate editor for the Journal of the Fantastic in the Arts and, besides a long list of published essays, he edited three collections of tales by H.P. Lovecraft and has published over 20 books, among which Spectral America: Phantoms and the National Imagination (2004), The Vampire Film: Undead (2012), and The Monster Theory Reader (2020). He was as well the editor of the Cambridge Companion to the American Gothic in 2018.




How to Cite

Marini, A. M., & Weinstock , J. A. . (2022). The American Gothic: An Interview with Jeffrey Andrew Weinstock. REDEN. Revista Española De Estudios Norteamericanos, 3(2), 3-15.