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Caroline Winter

EDUCATION

2013–present

PhD, English, University of Victoria (Victoria, BC)

Expected completion: fall 2018

British Romantic literature, economics and the Gothic

Dissertation Title (tentative): “Luxurious Monsters and Frankenstein Economies: British Romantic Gothic Literature and Economics”

Dissertation Supervisor: Robert Miles

Major Field: British Romanticism

Minor Field: Gothic Economics (exam passed with distinction)

2005 MA, English, University of Toronto (Toronto, ON)
2004 BA Hons., with Distinction, University of Toronto (Toronto, ON)

English specialist, Psychology minor

RESEARCH SPECIALISMS

British literature of the long nineteenth century
Nineteenth-century British print culture and book history
Digital humanities

 PUBLICATIONS

Refereed Journal Article

2017 “‘Some Fatal Secret’: Mortmain in Horace Walpole’s The Castle of Otranto.
     Lumen, vol. 37, 2017, pp. 123–134.

Book Review

2017 “The Making of Jane Austen.” Review of The Making of Jane Austen, by
Devoney Looser. Women’s Writing, vol. 25, no. 1, 28 Nov. 2017, pp. 116–118.
doi:10.1080/09699082.2017.1407217.

Encyclopedia Entries

2017 “Ivory, James (1928– ).” The Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism. Taylor
and Francis, 1 Oct. 2017. doi:10.4324/9781135000356-REM1696-1.
2017 “The Arts and Letters Club.” The Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism.
Taylor and Francis, 1 Oct. 2017. doi:10.4324/9781135000356-REM1722-1.
2016 “Garnett, Constance.” The Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism. Taylor and
Francis, 10 Oct. 2016. doi:10.4324/9781135000356-REM1119-1.

Undergraduate Publications

2003 “The Hero of Consciousness: Carl Gustav Jung and Robertson Davies’ Fifth
Business
.” Perceptions, 2003, pp. 24–29. (as Caroline Baird).

FORTHCOMING PUBLICATIONS

Refereed Journal Article

2018 Millar Usiskin, Jana, Christine Walde, and Caroline Winter. “From Parallax to
Praxis: A Seven-Sided Paper on Dynamic Web Ontologies and Modernist
Studies.” Practice to Theory: A Forum on Digital Humanities and
Modernist Studies
. Modernism/modernity Print Plus, vol. 3, cycle 2, Spring
2018. (Jointly and equally authored)

MANUSCRIPTS UNDER REVIEW

Manfredi, Baron St. Osmond, An Old English Romance.” Cambridge Guide to the
Eighteenth-Century Novel
. Ed. April London. (invited contribution)
Millar Usiskin, Jana, Christine Walde, and Caroline Winter. “Dynamic Ontologies.”
     Doing Digital Humanities 2: A Companion Volume. Ed. Richard J. Lane, Raymond
Siemens, and Constance Crompton. (Jointly and equally authored; invited
contribution)

MANUSCRIPTS IN DEVELOPMENT

Web-based Publications

Mary Shelley’s Gothic Tales in The Keepsake: a Digital Edition, www.gothictales.ca.
Stribling, Eleanor and Caroline Winter. Gothic Colors, https://afternoon-taiga-
69837.herokuapp.com/.

 AWARDS, GRANTS, AND FELLOWSHIPS

2015–2018 SSHRC Doctoral Fellowship, University of Victoria ($20,000/year)
2017 Hugh Campbell and Marion Alice Small Fund for Scottish Studies Graduate Student Scholarship ($11,000)
2017 University of Victoria Electronic Textual Cultures Laboratory (ETCL) Open Knowledge Practicum ($750)
2017 University of Victoria Faculty of Graduate Studies Graduate Student Travel Grant ($600)
2017 North American Society for the Study of Romanticism (NASSR) Graduate Student Travel Bursary ($250)
2017 University of Victoria Term Sessional Lecturer Scholarship ($1500)
2017 Python Software Foundation Financial Aid Grant (USD$720)
2016 Pat Köster Scholarship in Women’s Writing, 1660–1900, University of Victoria ($2150)
2016 Dr. Shelley Anne Martin Memorial Scholarship, University of Victoria ($950)
2016 University of Victoria Faculty of Graduate Studies Graduate Student Travel Grant ($600)
2016 Canadian Society for Digital Humanities Graduate Student Travel Funding ($450)
2016 University of Victoria Department of English Graduate Student Support Grant ($300)
2016 Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies Graduate Student Travel Bursary ($250)
2016 University of Victoria Department of English Graduate Student Support Grant ($250)
2013–2016 Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI) Scholarship, University of Victoria ($450)
2015 President’s Research Scholarship, University of Victoria ($4000)
2015 University of Victoria Graduate Award ($2500)
2015 Charles & Ruth Hayward Memorial Scholarship in English, University of Victoria ($2375)
2015 University of Victoria Faculty of Graduate Studies Graduate Student Travel Grant ($600)
2015 University of Victoria Department of English Graduate Student Support Grant ($200)
2015 University of Victoria Faculty of Graduate Studies Graduate Student Travel Grant ($150)
2014 University of Victoria Fellowship ($15,000)
2014 University of Victoria Graduate Award ($4000)
2014 Margot K. Louis Award, University of Victoria ($2275)
2014 Pat Köster Scholarship in Women’s Writing, 1660–1900, University of Victoria ($1000)
2013 University of Victoria Outstanding Graduate Student Entrance Award ($10,000)
2013 University of Victoria Graduate Award ($4000)

 CONFERENCE PARTICIPATION

Panels Organized

2018 Openness, Open-Mindedness. North American Society for the Study of Romanticism (NASSR) annual conference: Open, Brown University, 22–25 June
2017 Co-organized with Kandice Sharren. An Infusion of Life: Circulating the Gothic. NASSR annual conference: Romantic Life, Ottawa, 10–13 Aug.

 Papers Presented

2018 “Buried Alive in Northanger Abbey; or, Henry Tilney is Wrong,” NASSR annual conference: Open, Brown University, 22–25 June
2017 “‘Ooz[ing] Every Shade of Blood’: How Illustrations Bring the Gothic to Life,” NASSR annual conference: Romantic Life, Ottawa, 10–13 Aug.
2017 “The Gothic Property Romance from The Castle of Otranto to Wuthering Heights,” International Gothic Association (IGA) biennial conference: Gothic Traditions and Departures, Cholula, Mexico, 18–21 July
2017 “Mary Shelley’s Gothic Tales in The Keepsake: Media, Materiality, and Mediation,” Society for the History of Authorship, Reading and Publishing (SHARP) annual conference: Technologies of the Book, University of Victoria, 9–12 June
2017 Eleanor Stribling and Caroline Winter, “Gothic Colors: Using Python to Understand Color in Nineteenth-Century Literature,” PyCon 2017, Portland, 17–25 May
2017 “Bringing ‘The Sweepings of Her Desk’ onto our Desktops: Digitizing Mary Shelley’s Gothic Tales in The Keepsake,” Simon Fraser University–University of Victoria Digital Pedagogy Network Symposium, Simon Fraser University, 4 May
2017 “The Digital Toolbox for Humanities Graduate Students,” Simon Fraser University–University of Victoria Digital Pedagogy Network Digital Student Showcase, Simon Fraser University, 26 Jan.
2016 “Some Fatal Secret’: Mortmain in Horace Walpole’s The Castle of Otranto,” Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (CSECS-SCEDHS) annual conference: Secret/s & Surveillance, Queen’s University, 26–30 Oct.
2016 “Modelling the Multiple Narratives of Modernist Production: The Linked Modernisms Ontology,” Canadian Society for Digital Humanities (CSDH-SCHN) annual conference 2016, Congress of the Humanities and Social Sciences, University of Calgary, 28 May–3 June
2015 “Exchange as Migration in Mary Shelley’s ‘Transformation’,” IGA biennial conference: Gothic Migrations, Simon Fraser University, 28 July –1 Aug.
2015 “Drawing Between the Lines: Hugh Thomson’s Illustrated Pride and Prejudice,” Nineteenth-Century Studies Association (NCSA) annual conference: Material Cultures, Boston, 26–28 Mar.

 Panels Chaired

2017 Affect and Economics, NASSR annual conference: Romantic Life, Ottawa,
10–13 Aug.
2017 Digital Technologies for the 19th Century, SHARP annual conference: Technologies of the Book, University of Victoria, 9–12 June

CAMPUS & DEPARTMENTAL TALKS

2017 Speaker, Tri-council Scholarships workshop, University of Victoria Graduate Orientation, 1 Sept.
2016 “Behind the Veil: Gothic Economics and the Suspension of Disbelief,” FYI (For Your Information) Discussion Series, University of Victoria, 25 Nov.
2016 “Frankenstein Economies and Romantic Gothic Literature,” 3MT (Three Minute Thesis) presentation reprise, University of Victoria Graduate Orientation, 2 Sept.
2016 “‘The Price of Usurpation’: Blood, Money, and Legitimate Ownership in Horace Walpole’s The Castle of Otranto and Clara Reeve’s The Old English Baron,” English Graduate Student Colloquium, Ideas of March, University of Victoria, 4 Mar.
2016 “Frankenstein Economies and Romantic Gothic Literature,” 3MT (Three Minute Thesis) Competition Finals, University of Victoria, 10 Mar.
2015 “‘A Faithful Portrait’: Hugh Thomson, Pride and Prejudice, and Reading Illustrations,” University of Victoria Libraries, Special Collections, Treasures and Tea series, 2 Dec.
2015 Jana Millar Usiskin, Christine Walde, and Caroline Winter, “The Linked Modernisms Ontology,” Nuts and Bolts of Digital Humanities series, University of Victoria Electronic Textual Cultures Lab (ETCL), 23 Oct.
2015 The Digital Humanities as PhD Practice, Panelist, University of Victoria Electronic Textual Cultures Lab (ETCL), 7 Oct.
2014 “Drawing Between the Lines: Hugh Thomson’s Illustrated Pride and Prejudice,” English Graduate Student Colloquium: What Are You Working On? University of Victoria, 18 Sept.

WORKSHOPS AND SEMINARS

2018 “Dynamic Ontologies for the Humanities,” co-taught with Jana Millar Usiskin, Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI), 10 June
2017 “Project Management for Graduate Students,” Departmental Professional Development Workshop, 28 Feb.
2017 “Dynamic Ontologies for the Humanities,” co-taught with Jana Millar Usiskin and Christine Walde, DHSI, 4 June
2016 “Dynamic Ontologies for the Humanities,” co-taught with Jana Millar Usiskin and Christine Walde, DHSI, 12 June
2014 “Teaching Students How to Edit Their Own Work,” workshop, first-year Psychology class, 6 Jan. (invited)
2014 “Teaching Students How to Edit Their Own Work,” workshop, University of Victoria Learning and Teaching Centre, 29 Sept.
2014 “Teaching Students How to Edit Their Own Work,” University of Victoria Teaching Assistant Conference, 2–5 Sept.

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Winter 2017, Fall 2016,      Fall 2015 Introduction to Academic Reading and Writing. University of Victoria, Department of English. (1 section/term. 30–35 students)
Fall & Spring 2014
Fall & Spring 2013
TA, Great Moments in English Literature. University of Victoria, Department of English. (1 section/term; 16–18 students)
Summer 2014 TA, Canadian Studies 101 and Advanced English 101, University of Victoria, University Admission Preparation program

 RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

2018 Graduate Student Assistant, Textual Analysis Expert, Digital Scholarship Commons, University of Victoria Libraries. Supervisor: Rich McCue. Developed resources related to data visualization and textual analysis
2017–2018 Research Assistant, Digital Pedagogy Network, Simon Fraser University. Supervisor: Rebecca Dowson. Developed a web portal
2017 Open Knowledge Practicum Student, University of Victoria Electronic Textual Cultures Lab
2015–2016 Research Assistant, Routledge Encyclopedia of Modernism. Supervisor: Stephen Ross. Copyediting and proofreading
2014–2016 Research Assistant, Linked Modernisms. Supervisor: Stephen Ross. Collaborated with a team to developed Casaubon, an ontology of Modernism

 SERVICE TO PROFESSION

2017–­2018 Co-chair, North American Society for the Study of Romanticism (NASSR) Graduate Student Caucus
2016–2017 Managing Editor, NASSR Graduate Student Caucus Blog
2017, 2016, 2014 Reviewer, The Arbutus Review, University of Victoria
2015–2017 Postgraduate Representative, International Gothic Association
2015–2016 Blogger, NASSR Graduate Student Caucus Blog

DEPARTMENTAL/UNIVERSITY SERVICE

2017–2018 Volunteer, University of Victoria Speakers Bureau
2014–2016 President, English Graduate Student Society, Department of English, University of Victoria (Elected)
2014–2017 Volunteer student mentor, Department of English, University of Victoria
2013 Chair, Conference and Colloquium Committee, English Graduate Student Society, Department of English, University of Victoria
2013 Social media volunteer, Congress of the Humanities and Social
Sciences, University of Victoria, June

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

2017–2019 Learning and Teaching in Higher Education (LATHE) Graduate Certificate, University of Victoria Learning and Teaching Centre (LTC), expected completion April 2019
2017 Introduction to TEI Projects, TEI 2017, 11 Nov.
2017 Drupal for Digital Humanities Projects, Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI), University of Victoria, 5–9 June
2017 Python for Humanists (3-hour workshop), Digital Pedagogy Symposium, University of Victoria, 5 May
2017 MLA Style 101: A Hands-On Workshop (1-hour webinar), Modern Language Association, 3 May
2016 Conceptualizing and Creating a Digital Edition, DHSI, 13–17 June
2015 Out-of-the-Box Text Analysis, DHSI, 1–5 June
2015 Understanding the Pre-Digital Book, DHSI, 8–12 June
2014 Digitisation Fundamentals and their Application, DHSI, 2–6 June
2014 TA Fundamentals Certificate, University of Victoria, Learning and Teaching Centre
2013–2014 Teaching Literature and Composition, University of Victoria, Department of English
2013 Introduction to XSLT for Digital Humanists, DHSI, 6–10 June
2005–2010 Certificate in Publishing, Ryerson University (Toronto, ON)

DIGITAL PROJECTS

Posts for the North American Society for the Study of Romanticism Graduate Student Caucus (NGSC) Blog
2017 “Roundtable Post: Why Does Romanticism Matter Now, More Than Ever?” 9 May
2016 “Report from CSECS-SCEDHS 2016,” 18 Nov.
2016 “Why We Blog,” 8 Oct.
2016 “Romantic Objects,” 26 Apr.
2016 “Gothic Poetry,” 3 Apr.
2016 “From Perish to Publish: Writing with Papers and Scrivener,” 28 Feb.
2016 “Five Great Things about Alan Rickman’s Colonel Brandon in Ang Lee’s Sense and Sensibility (1995),” 24 Jan.
2015 “We Are Here! Interstellar Messages and Why the Humanities Matter,” 13 Dec.
2015 “Report from the Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (CSECS) Conference,” 17 Nov.
2015 “The Resonance of the Veil: Some Thoughts about Methodology,” 12 Oct.
2015 “Report from the 12th Biennial IGA Conference: Gothic Migrations,” 10 Aug.
2015 “Report from DHSI 2015,” 11 July

NON-ACADEMIC PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2006–2013 Freelance editorial assistant, copyeditor, proofreader, and editorial project manager
2005–2006 Research Assistant, Ontario Government, Ministry of Municipal Affairs and Housing

 LANGUAGES

English Reading: native
Speaking: native
Writing: native
French Reading: with dictionary
Speaking: beginner
Writing: beginner
German Reading: with dictionary
Speaking: beginner
Writing: beginner

 PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS/AFFILIATIONS

2014–2018 Modern Language Association (MLA)
2014–2018 North American Society for the Study of Romanticism (NASSR)
2015–2017 International Gothic Association (IGA)
2017 Society for the History of Authorship, Reading, and Publishing (SHARP)
2016 Canadian Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies (CSECS–SCEDHS)
2016 Canadian Society for Digital Humanities (CSDH)
2014–2015 North American Victorian Studies Association (NAVSA)
2015 Nineteenth Century Studies Association (NCSA)