Tag: genders

Teaching Charlotte Riddell’s Irish Gothic Fiction

Dr Dara Downey   About a year ago, I found myself (in a situation that will be familiar to many scholars) teaching far outside my comfort zone. I am first and foremost an Americanist, and, rightly or wrongly, have spent much of my career… Continue Reading “Teaching Charlotte Riddell’s Irish Gothic Fiction”

Expanding Connections: Bodies in Transit 2

by Dr Maureen O’Connor, UCC In 2015, the Spanish government funded an international research project, “Bodies in Transit/ Cuerpos en Tránsito”, involving a number of scholars interested in representations of gender and difference in the present moment, using theories of posthumanism (especially those of… Continue Reading “Expanding Connections: Bodies in Transit 2”