Well what a ride this has been, as they say back in the day, surprisingly, (not that word)... it has been a blast!! I choose the title for my final blog as a tribute/nod to my modernities colleagues, because they get to study the surreal, out there stuff, I decide to have a piece of … Continue reading Does Your Chewing Gum Loose it’s Flavour on the Bedpost Overnight? My blog portfolio.
MA Irish Writing and Film: Theories and Traditions Literature and IT Review. My MA thesis intends to argue that the prevalence of death in Marina Carr’s plays recognises the imposition of Ireland’s funerary tradition and crisis of soul loss in the form of stagnation and stasis, particularly highlighting, its detrimental impact on womanhood and motherhood … Continue reading Literature and IT Review.
Textualities 2017 is UCC's school of English annual mini-conference where the school's MA students (that includes me) feature our research presentations to our fellow students and members of the faculty. The mini-conference is organised by us and forms part of our contemporary research, skills, methods and strategies module. Everyone takes responsibility for some aspect of … Continue reading UCC Textualities Conference 2017 – A Review.
Welcome to UCC's Textualities Conference 2017, Panel 3. The chair of Panel 3, Josephine Fenton, introduces the presenters, outlines their MA programs, wider research interests and the titles of their presentations. All presentations are delivered in the pechaKucha format, which is a presentation comprising twenty slides taking twenty seconds each. The first speaker is Cian … Continue reading UCC Textualities Conference 2017 #textualities17, ‘Live Blog Panel 3’.