Assistant Professor of English
Craig Carey specializes in nineteenth-century American literature, book history, and media studies. His current book project, The Author’s Mark: Literature, Media, and Materiality in the Age of Edison, examines the intersection of invention, authorship, and technical markup in the work of realist authors such as Mark Twain, Ambrose Bierce, Charlotte Perkins Gilman, and Theodore Dreiser. His scholarship includes recent and forthcoming articles in American Literature, American Literary Realism, and The Hemingway Review. He has also presented several papers on nineteenth-century authorship, print culture, and media history. His teaching interests broaden to include new media and the digital humanities, specifically as they inform how we practice literary scholarship in the twenty-first century.
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