• Academic Biography

    Academic and professional qualifications

    PhD English

    PGCE English

    Previous Employment

    Academic Coordinator of the International Summer Programme @ Lancaster University (2015 - 2016)

    Associate Lecturer (English, Sociology) @ Lancaster University (2010 - 2016)

    Outreach Officer for English @ Lancaster University (2014 - 2016)

  • Teaching & Research Supervision

    Undergraduate courses

    Literature of the Long 19th Century

    Genre Fiction

    Creating Childhood

    Modern Gothic (at the Manchester Campus)

    Postgraduate teaching

    20th Century Gothic (MA) (at the Manchester Campus)

  • Research Expertise, Publications & Grants

    Research expertise

    • 19th Century Gothic
    • Contemporary Gothic (film, lit and culture)
    • Weird Fiction
    • Children's Literature
    • YA Fiction
    • Postcolonial Gothic Literature

    Academic collaborations

    • Publications

      • Books (authored/edited/special issues)

        S. Ilott (2017). “Telling it Slant”: Critical Approaches to Helen Oyeyemi. CA. Buckley. Sussex Academic Press.

      • Refereed journal articles

        S. Ilott, C. Buckley (2016). Fragmenting and becoming double": Supplementary twins and abject bodies in Helen Oyeyemi's the Icarus Girl. Journal of Commonwealth Literature. 51(3), pp.402-415.

        CAG. Buckley (2016). How monsters are made: ‘No remorse, no pity’ in Shelley, Dickens and Priestley’s Mister Creecher. Horror Studies. 7(1), pp.25-40.

        CG. Buckley (2015). Psychoanalysis, “Gothic” Children’s Literature, and the Canonization of Coraline. Children's Literature Association Quarterly. 40(1), pp.58-79.

        . Chloe Buckley (2014). “Hatcht up in Villanie and Witchcraft”:. Preternature: Critical and Historical Studies on the Preternatural. 3(1), pp.85-85.

        C. Buckley (2014). The twilight of the gothic, joseph crawford (2014). Horror Studies. 5(2), pp.265-272.

      • Chapters in books

        CA. Buckley (2017). "Do Panic. They’re Coming:" Remaking the Weird in Contemporary Children’s Fiction. In: New Directions in Gothic Children's Literature. Routledge,

        CA. Buckley (2013). The Gothic and the Child Reader 1850 - Present. In: The Gothic World. Routledge,

    • Invited keynotes and conference contribution

      • Invited papers

        • with Dr. Sarah Ilott, Invited Keynote @ Global Fantastika 2016: “Feminist Rewritings of the Spiritual and Physical Wilderness of the Bush.”