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Eike Trager is a PhD student at the University of Cologne, Germany. He wrote his master’s thesis on the topic of transsexuality in modern American cinema. He started his dissertation on ‘Monstrous Border Crossing: Gender Bending in Hollywood Thrillers and Horror Movies (1960-2010)’ in April 2014.

 
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