I’m Assistant Professor of English and Director of Undergraduate Studies at the University of Southern Mississippi, where I also serve as co-director of the Digital Archives Research Group. My teaching and scholarship focus on 19th-century American literature and media history, with broader interests in media theory, book history, children’s literature, game studies, and the digital humanities.

My scholarship has appeared in American Literature, American Literary History, American Periodicals, American Literary Realism, and other journals. I’m currently writing a book on the relationship between archives, authorship, and writing technologies in the age of American realism.

This website includes links to my articles, course websites, and digital projects. Feel free to contact me at craig.carey@usm.edu or to follow me on Twitter at @ccareylit. For other cool and random stuff, check out my Tumblr site Reality Effects.