Library Staff Directory

Baricz, Carla

Carla Baricz

Librarian for Literature in English and Comparative Literature
Department of Area Studies and Humanities Research Support (DASHRS): Humanities Collections

As Subject Librarian in Collection Development Statements: 

YUL Committees Membership: 

Carla Baricz (B.A., Columbia University; Ph.D., Yale University) joined the Yale University Library in 2020, after teaching at Yale and the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. Among other fellowships, she was a Fulbright fellow in 2015, a Stanley Wells CBE Fellow at the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust in 2016, a translator in residence at the Romanian National Museum of Literature in 2018, and a Mandel Scholion Postdoctoral Fellow 2018-2020. Her scholarly interests include early modern English literature, genre studies, translation studies, and the public humanities. She is an advisor in Benjamin Franklin College. 

Selector for these areas:

English Literature

Comparative Literature

Library Science

Librarian for these majors:

  • Comparative Literature (Literatures & Cultures)
  • Comparative Literature (Intensive Language)
  • Comparative Literature (Literary Translation)
  • English
  • English (Creative Writing)

Selected Publications:

“Richard Jones’ Tamburlaine, or How to Print an Early Modern Play and Sequel,” Sixteenth Century Journal 51:2 (2020).

“Performing Fulgens and Lucres: Henry Medwall and the Tudor Great House Play.” Medieval and Renaissance Drama in England 31 (2018): 178-203.

“Lena Constante’s The Silent Escape and the Journal as Genre in a (Post)Communist Literary Field,” Rumba Under Fire: The Arts of Survival from West Point to Delhi, ed. Irina Dumitrescu (Brooklyn, NY: Punctum Books, 2016), 31-52.

Translator and assistant ed., Romanian Writers on Writing, ed. Norman Manea (San Antonio, TX: Trinity University Press, 2011).

Popular Press Publications:

Asymptote author archive

Los Angeles Review of Books author archive

Observator Cultural author archive

Ploughshares Critical Essays

Words Without Borders: Literature in Translation Reviews