- Film Studies
- Global Cultures
- Holocaust Studies
- Science, Technology, and Culture
Carol Senf received her Ph.D. in Victorian studies from the State University of New York at Buffalo in 1979 and came to Georgia Tech in 1981. Currently a professor in the School of Literature, Media, and Communication at Georgia Tech, Senf has published articles on Victorian literature by Bram Stoker, George Eliot, and all three Bronte sisters in Gothic Studies, Victorian Studies, College English, and Victorians Institute Journal. She has also written on the Holocaust and on archival research.
Her books include Science and Social Science in Bram Stoker's Fiction (Greenwood, 2002) and Dracula: Between Tradition and Modernism (Twayne, 1998), which won the Lord Ruthven Assembly award for best non-fiction in 1998. An annotated edition of Bram Stoker's Lady Athlyne was published by The Desert Island Dracula Press in 2007 and an annotated edition of Stoker's Mystery of the Sea was published by Valancourt Press in 2007. Bram Stoker was published by the University of Wales Press in 2010 as part of its series on the Gothic.