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Professor Brycchan Carey: Curriculum Vitae

Brycchan Carey, BA (Hons), BSc (Hons), MA, PhD
Professor of English Literature
Department of English Literature and Creative Writing
Kingston University, London
Penrhyn Road, Kingston-upon-Thames, Surrey KT1 2EE, United Kingdom

Tel: +44 (0)20 8547 7908

Web: Kingston University English Department Website or this website

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Brycchan Carey with Paddy the dog, Hatfield Forest, July 2014

I am a Professor of English Literature at Kingston University in London. My most recent monograph was From Peace to Freedom: Quaker Rhetoric and the Birth of American Antislavery, 16581761 (Yale University Press, 2012). My most recent collection, Quakers and Abolition, co-edited with Geoffrey Plank, was published by The University of Illinois Press in 2014. I am currently writing a book on the relationship between slavery and natural history as well as co-editing books on Early Caribbean Literary Histories (with Nicole Aljoe and Tom Krise) and Birds in Eighteenth-Century Culture (with Sayre Greenfield and Anne Milne).

I am available to supervise PhD research in eighteenth-century literature and culture and I am also a regular public speaker at both academic and public events. I would be delighted to consider supervision enquiries and requests to speak at events. Please contact me for more details. You can also follow the links below for more information about my publications and for my current full academic CV.


Professor Brycchan Carey: full academic CV (PDF, opens in a new window)

Find out more about my published and forthcoming books

View a list of my downloadable published journal articles