Karen Garvin

Karen S. Garvin holds an MA in history from the American Military University and a BA in communications from the University of Maryland University College. She is a copyeditor and writer and has written more than 100 encyclopedia entries, with work appearing in ABC-Clio’s Energy in American History (forthcoming); Technical Innovation in American History; The British Empire; The Sea in World History; Encyclopedia of American Myth, Legend, and Folklore; Imperialism and Expansionism in American History; and Salem Press’s Critical Insights: Ray Bradbury. Her research interests include Victorian detectives and detective fiction, nineteenth-century science and technology, the Industrial Revolution, and Zeppelins.


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