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Drumlin N. M. Crape


Drumlin Noah Magnus Crape is a second year PhD student working under the supervision of Dr. S. Brooke Cameron. Their research examines the ways queer creators, adaptors, and fans reckon with and reclaim the historical connection between monstrosity and gender and sexual diversity.

Research Interests

 The Gothic and Neogothic; Horror; Popular Fiction; Adaptation; New Media; Gender and Sexuality Studies

Selected Publications

Crape, Drumlin N. M. "Transforming Monster-Human Relationships in BBC's Dracula and NBC's Hannibal." Literature/Film Quarterly, vol. 52, no. 1, Winter 2024.….

Crape, Drumlin N. M. “Out of Time: Disabling Normative Time in Charlotte Brontë’s Jane Eyre and Wilkie Collins’s The Woman in White.” Humanities, vol. 12, no. 4, July 2023, p. 64. Crossref,

Crape, Drumlin N. M. “‘This Girl Changed the Story of the World’: Queer Complications of Authority in KindaTV’s Carmilla.” Humanities, vol. 12, no. 3, May 2023, p. 42. Crossref,

Crape, Drumlin N.M. “’But Virgil Was Not There’: The Lasting Impact of Dante’s Homosocial Hell.” University of Saskatchewan’s Undergraduate Research Journal, vol. 6, no. 2, 2020,


Awards and Recognition
Joseph-Armand Bombardier CGS Scholarship, awarded in 2022
Canada Graduate Scholarship-Master’s (CGS-M), awarded in 2020
Graduate Supervision
Areas of Study
Gender and Sexuality Studies
Genres and Forms
Popular and Genre Fiction

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