Curtis D. Carbonell

Curtis D. Carbonell

Curtis D. Carbonell

Associate Professor



Prior to his arrival in the UAE, Dr. Carbonell taught as an assistant professor of English at New York Institute of Technology in Bahrain.

  • Ph.D., Humanities, Florida State University (USA),
  • M.A., English Literature, Clemson University (USA)
  • B.A., English Literature, West Georgia State University (USA),

Dr. Carbonell teaches a range of undergraduate required and elective courses. These include English Communication I and II, History of Modern Science, and Thinking through Technology.

Dr. Carbonell is interested in how the posthuman emerges in science fiction and fantasy studies, as well as in how analog-and-digital game studies are fields that describe complex modes of cultural production. His recent work focuses on how tabletop role-playing games offer an archive of fantasy and science fiction gametexts ripe for an investigation into the rise of realized worlds.

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