Éadaoin Regan is currently in the final year of her PhD in the School of English and Digital Humanities, University College Cork. Her thesis, A method to the madness?: Representations of psychological disorder in Irish women’s fiction 1870-1914, employs feminist psychoanalysis and postcolonial theory…
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Dr Julie Anne Stevens @DCUSchoolofEng “Buried Treasure or Fool’s Gold? Some considerations on the Somerville and Ross archive” presenting the dispersed Somerville & Ross archive & the reception of a writing partnership in a world that valued single authors. #LAIRBG2022
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Huge thanks to all at @panpantheatre and looking forward to this launch of the archive and digital exhibition. All welcome tomorrow, Tues 29th, from 2pm at @uniofgalway All details here : http://nuigarchives.blogspot.com/2022/11/pan-pan-theatre-company-archive-launch.html?m=1 https://twitter.com/panpantheatre/status/1597194446818639873
We’re looking forward to the launch of the Pan Pan Archive and Digital Exhibition tomorrow at @uniofgalway
Join us from 2pm for the Symposium and at 5pm for the launch by Willie White, Artistic Director of @DubTheatreFest
See you there!