Erin Harrington

Kaituhi Tūtahi | Contributing Writer

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.

Everything By: Erin Harrington


It Keeps Coming Back from the Grave

Horror academic Erin Harrington and Leon Radojkovic, creator and composer of Silo Theatre’s work Night of the Living Dead, on the reanimation of this seminal work at a pertinent time in our socio-political context.


Triumph or monopoly? Erin Harrington on Christchurch City Council's recent decision for the performing arts precinct.


Utopia Showman: A Review of Erewhon Revisited

Erin Harrington reviews Arthur Meek's new work, a slippery re-interpretation of Samuel Butler's Erewhon for our times.


Body Double: A Review of The Things Between Us

Erin Harrington reviews Christchurch Arts Festival's premiere season of a new musical by Luke di Somma


Perm and Set: A Review of Steel Magnolias

Erin Harrington heads to the 80s Louisiana weepie but stays remarkably dry.


Erin Harrington takes a look at what we can read into the smash-hit The Love Witch - even despite the director's protestations.


Unmoored Melancholy: A Review of Uncle Vanya

Erin Harrington reviews Chekhov's classic.


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