Alicia Carroll, Associate Professor, received her PhD from the Graduate Center of the City University of New York. A specialist in nineteenth-century English fiction, she has published a book, Dark Smiles: Race and Desire in the Works of George Eliot. She is working on a new book project entitled Outdoors in the Novel: A Cultural History of the Green Space. In addition to nineteenth-century fiction, her interests include Cultural Studies and Women's Studies.
Dark Smiles: Race and Desire in George Eliot. Ohio University Press, 2002. www.ohiou.edu/oupress/darksmiles.htm
"Human Milk in the Modern World: Breastfeeding and the Cult of the Dairy in Adam Bede and Tess of the d'Urbervilles." Women's Studies Special Issue: Ecofeminist Approaches to Eighteenth- and Nineteenth-Century British Literature, March/April 2002, Issue 2.
"Production and Vocation: Recent George Eliot Studies," Dickens Studies Annual: Essays in Victorian Fiction.
"Arabian Nights: Make-believe, Exoticism, and Desire in Daniel Deronda," Journal of English and Germanic Philology, 98 (April 1999).
"The Giaour's Campaign: Desire and the Other in Felix Holt: The Radical," Novel: A Forum, on Fiction 30:2 (Winter 1997): 237-258.
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