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Siobhan Carroll specializes in British
literature from 1750-1850 - the turbulent historical period called the
"Romantic Century" - and in modern science fiction and fantasy. She
is interested in the ways that literature has shaped our understanding of
empire, community, and the natural world. Her book, An Empire of Air and
Water: Uncolonizable Space in the British Imagination, 1750-1850 (University
of Pennsylvania Press, 2015), was runner-up for the British Association for
Romantic Studies First Book Prize. She is currently at work on a new project on
environmental agency in the 19th Century Anthropocene.
Professor Carroll's teaching interests include
18th and 19th century British literature, imperialism, nationalism, the
environmental imagination, game studies, marine studies, and science fiction
and fantasy literature.
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