Dr David Conlon
Spanish & Latin American Studies, School of Modern Languages
Lecturer / Assistant Professor
Rye Hall, Block D
(01) 708 4725
Dr. David Conlon joined the Department of Spanish at Maynooth University in 2013, following completion of his PhD in 2012 at the National University of Ireland, Galway. His research focuses on Contemporary Latin American Literature and Culture, with particular emphases on Detective Fiction, Film Noir, and Adaptation, as well as Ecocritical approaches to Latin American Narrative. He is currently completing a monograph on Argentine Crime Fiction.
Peer Reviewed Journal
|2018||Conlon, D (2018) ''Discourse with the Incorporeal Air': Spectres of Walsh in Plata quemada'. Bulletin of Hispanic Studies, 95 :657-671. [DOI] [Full-Text]|
|2017||Dr David Conlon (2017) 'The Trauma of Nature: Antonio Di Benedetto's Zama as Ecological Noir'. MODERN LANGUAGES OPEN JOURNAL, . [Full-Text]|
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