Emily Naser-Hall

Emily Naser-Hall is an Assistant Professor of Film and Media Studies and Director of the Film Program at Western Carolina University. Her research focuses on post-1945 American literature and film, cultural narratives, and the intersection of law and literature. She has also published on Gothic domesticity, sexuality, and labor, with a forthcoming project on the Gothic frontier in American folk horror.

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The Millennial Techno-Anxiety of ‘Landlocked’

January 19th, 2024 • Emily Naser-Hall

Emily Naser-Hall examines the unique perspective Paul Owens’s ‘Landlocked’ offers on organic and technological memories.

Anonymous Animals

‘Anonymous Animals’ and the Making of a Monster

January 26th, 2022 • Emily Naser-Hall

Emily Naser-Hall explains how Baptiste Rouveure’s ‘Anonymous Animals’ blends ecological horror with anti-colonialist storytelling.