Craig Thomson

Affiliation: Birkbeck, University of London

Research Areas:
Period: 18th Century Gothic, 19th Century Gothic, 20th Century Gothic, 21st Century Gothic
Gender: Female Gothic, Gothic Masculinity, Gothic Gender
Interdisciplinary Approaches: Eco-Gothic, Folklore and Myth, Technology, Medicine and Science
Genres and Media: Animation, Arts, Fiction, Film and TV, Comics and Graphic Novels
Regions and Cultures: Postcolonial Gothic, American Gothic, European Gothic, Irish Gothic, Scottish Gothic
Creatures: Animals, Ghosts, Monsters, Vampires

Craig Thomson is an editor and academic researcher from Birkbeck, University of London. He has contributed chapters to The Routledge Companion to Folk Horror and Mobius Media, as well as written and consulted for TED-Education. His research interests include popular culture, Gothic literature, monster theory and folkloristics. His current work focuses on the popular history of the werewolf within British Gothic Literature from the late 19th Century.