Department of English research featured in Maynooth University annual research report with a range of work from MACMORRIS to modern and contemporary literatures.
Date: Friday, 03 July 2020
Students should submit end of year results queries to the Department of English by completing the form on the ALL ENGLISH Moodle page.
Date: Friday, 03 July 2020
Maynooth University and Kildare County Council Arts and Library Services are thrilled to announce the appointment of Nathan O’Donnell and Susan Tomaselli as Writers-in-Residence for 2020/21.
Date: Monday, 22 June 2020
Enforcing Silence, Academic Freedom, Palestine and the Criticism of Israel A volume of essays on academic freedom co-edited by Department of English lecturer Dr Conor McCarthy with Ronit Lentin and David Landy.
Date: Thursday, 14 May 2020
The MACMORRIS Project (Mapping Actors and Communities: A Model of Research in Renaissance Ireland in the 16th and 17th Centuries) is a four-year digital-humanities project funded by the Irish Research Council. It seeks to map the full range of cultural activity in Ireland, across languages and ethnic groups, from roughly 1541 to 1691.We are looking to recruit a well-qualified applicant interested in undertaking a research degree at PhD level. To that end, we are inviting applications from candidates interested in undertaking a focused case study that will produce a more granular sense of the period and, thereby, help to redefine it.
Date: Thursday, 16 April 2020
The following is some guidance on who to contact, how to stay in touch with us, and information on changes to assessment that we have had to make.
Date: Wednesday, 01 April 2020
Our MA in Literatures of Engagement will develop its students’ skills in critical analysis, argument, persuasion, and communication, and equip them with the ability and initiative to be engaged, responsible, and informed global citizens. Online application open now at www.pac.ie/maynoothuniversity
Date: Monday, 09 March 2020
Dr Catherine Gander in the Journal of American Studies (CUP): 'Black and White Landscapes: Topographies of Disorientation in the Works of Carrie Mae Weems and Claudia Rankine'
Date: Thursday, 05 March 2020
Rita Sakr explores how ‘translation is continually expanding the international readership of contemporary Arabic literature, a body of works that are as relevant to issues of migration, inequality and ecological crisis as they are to debates around boundary-breaking techniques of writing’.
Date: Tuesday, 25 February 2020
Prof Emer Nolan was a speaker at a conference on "The Referent of Ireland in the Nineteenth Century" at the University of Villanova, Pennsylvania.
Date: Friday, 21 February 2020