Kristoffer Ekroll

B.A., Literature, Lancaster University, United Kingdom, 2015
M.A., English Teacher Education, University of Bergen, Norway, 2018

Research Areas:

Horror, gothic, gender studies, trans studies, architecture, spatial philosophy.

Research Interests:

Trans representation in gothic and horror stories. Architectural spaces in gothic and horror stories especially haunted castles and houses.

Recent Activity:

Ekroll, Kristoffer. “Whatever Walked There, Walked Alone/Together: Views on Habitation and Architecture in Mike Flanagan and Shirley Jackson’s Versions of The Haunting of Hill House.” Conference Paper at International Gothic Association 2019.

Ekroll, Kristoffer Sulutvedt. Of Monsters and Men: Masculinity and the Gothic in Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein and Iain Banks’ The Wasp Factory. MS thesis. The University of Bergen, 2017.