About Me

Caroline Winter I am a PhD candidate in the Department of English at the University of Victoria in Victoria, BC, Canada. My SSHRC-funded research focuses on British Romantic literature, specifically Gothic fiction, poetry, and drama. I am writing a dissertation on the intersections between Romantic Gothic literature and economics, under the supervision of Dr. Robert Miles.

My other research interests include literature of the long nineteenth century, including Victorian Gothic; Romantic fiction, particularly Jane Austen’s novels; Romantic and nineteenth-century print culture, book illustration, and book history; Modernist literature; women’s writing; and digital humanities.

I am a sessional instructor in the English Department at UVic and a research assistant on the Linked Modernisms project. I am also actively involved in the academic community: I am the past President of the English Graduate Student Society at UVic, a Postgraduate Representative for the International Gothic Association, and the Managing Editor for the NASSR Graduate Student Caucus blog.