Marris, Caroline

Core Lecturer in Contemporary Civilization

Office Hours
MW 1-5pm, on Zoom


Caroline Marris, Core Lecturer, completed her PhD in 2021 with a dissertation focusing on the early modern history of the English Channel. Her work lies at a nexus of various histories, including those of cartography, geography, marine politics, and the Blue Humanities. Her work has been supported by the Huntington Library, Royal Museums Greenwich, the British Library and Harley Fellowship in the History of Cartography, and the New York Public Library.

She has served as a graduate leader of the History in Action program; on the Graduate and Early Career Committee of the American Historical Association; and is currently on the advisory board of Humanities Without Walls. She is available on Twitter @cazmarris and is an editor at H-Maritime


Ph.D. - Columbia University, 2021

B.A. - New York University, 2012