Independent Scholar

MIC, University of Limerick

Department of Learning, Society, and Religious Education

Research interests: The exploration and analysis of concepts pertinent to social inclusion and exclusion in education, national and international identities as embedded in curriculum, the investigation of aspects of comparative education in the European context, and the review of a range of concepts attending the nature of educational studies when conceptualised as a field or form of knowledge

MIC, University of Limerick

Department of History

Research interests: Eighteenth century Irish history, Irish migration to early modern Europe, history of Catholicism, Irish students, and clergy and colleges in early modern Paris

MIC, University of Limerick

Department of French Studies (Postgraduate Researcher)

Technical University Dublin (City Campus)

Department of French Studies

NUI Galway

Department of Irish Studies

Irish World Academy of Music and Dance, University of Limerick

Lecturer in Ethnomusicology

NUI Galway

Department of French Studies

MIC, University of Limerick

Department of German Studies

Research interests: 18th- 21st century literature, comparative literature, intermediality, inter-/transculturalism, memory, topography, alterity and identity, technology and connectivity discourses, travel writing, aesthetics of physical movement, migration, European borderlands. (Link to staff profile)

MIC, University of Limerick

Department of English Language and Literature

Research interests: Contemporary World Literature, Literary Urban Studies, Haruki Murakami, Dystopian Literature, Irish Studies, Migration in contemporary Literature

MIC, University of Limerick

Department of Philosophy

MIC, University of Limerick

Department of German Studies

MIC, University of Limerick

Department of French Studies

Research interests: Issues of crime and justice in 18th and 19th century France, 19th century French travel literature and 19th century French romantic literature

Trinity College Dublin

Department of French Studies

NUI Galway

Department of French Studies

MIC, University of Limerick

Department of History

Newcastle University

Department of French Studies  

Research interests: Urban Humanities, esp. French urban cultures of the modern and contemporary period; entanglement of aesthetics, politics and urban environments; materiality, meanings and experiences of the city, most recently in the era of the Anthropocene. (Link to staff profile)

University College Dublin

UCD Humanities Institute

Research interests: 20th and 21st century literature, esp. German, Dutch and American literature; migration literature, border crossings, transculturality, memory and identity formation, medialisation of National Socialism & the Holocaust, youth literature. (Link to staff profile)

University of Padua

Department of Philosophy, Sociology, Education and Applied Psychology

Research interests: Phenomenology, hermeneutics, ancient philosophy and 19th century German philosophy

  • Lorraine Kelly

NUI Galway

Department of Spanish Studies

  • Michael Kelly

Emeritus Professor of French

University of Southampton

Research interests: Modern French culture and society, especially the history of ideas and intellectuals; public policy in the area of languages and language education, in the UK and in Europe more broadly.  (Link to staff profile)

University of Limerick

Department of German Studies

MIC, University of Limerick

Department of English Language and Literature

Research interests: Late Nineteenth-Century Irish Women’s Writing, Irish Women’s Writing Network (1880-1910), Modernism, Modernist Women’s Writing, Periodical Studies and Archives

MIC, University of Limerick

Department of Media and Communication Studies

Research interests: Ethnomusicology, sound media and music, North Africa, popular music, Islamic culture, soundscapes, Eurovision and media ecologies

MIC, University of Limerick

Department of Philosophy

MIC, University of Limerick

Department of English Language and Literature

Research interests: Contemporary Postcolonial literature and theory; Contemporary Irish Poetry; Translation studies and the Life and work of Brendan Kennelly and Paul Durcan

MIC, University of Limerick

Department of History

Research interests: Modern Irish, Scottish and American history with a particular focus on the comparative and transnational history of violence and the law

Technical University Dublin (City Campus)

Department of French Studies

MIC, University of Limerick

Department of French Studies

Research interests: French colonial history and the trials of decolonization, French intellectual history, representations/constructions of the French Republic and national identities, impact and legacies of World War II and 20th-century French & Francophone literature

Irish World Academy of Music and Dance, University of Limerick

Lecturer in Ethnochoreology

MIC, University of Limerick

Department of History

Research interests: Irish America 1850-1920, visual research in history – political cartoons and photographs in particular, 19th and early 20th century newspapers in Ireland and America

MIC, University of Limerick

Roinn na Gaeilge

MIC, University of Limerick

Department of English Language and Literature

MIC, University of Limerick

Roinn na Gaeilge

Research interests: Litríocht an 18ú hAois, an Fhiannaíocht, an nua-litríocht, foclóireacht na nua-Ghaeilge, teanga agus litríocht Chorca Dhuibhne

MIC, University of Limerick

Roinn na Gaeilge

Research Interests: The life, letters and poetry of Pádraig Phiarais Cúndún (1777-1857). Native Irish and Gaelic speakers in North America prior to 1900. The life and works of Dáibhí de Barra (1757/8-1851). The later Irish manuscript tradition in Waterford and adjacent counties.

MIC, University of Limerick

Department of French Studies (Postgraduate Researcher)

NUI Maynooth

Department of French Studies

MIC, University of Limerick

Department of German Studies (Postgraduate Researcher)

MIC, University of Limerick

Department of German Studies

Research interests: intercultural adaptation practices (especially German-language literature on film from the late 19th century to the present); migration and exile; cultural representations of alterity and exclusionary practices. (Link to staff profile)

MIC, University of Limerick

Department of Psychology

MIC, University of Limerick

Department of History

Research interests: Medieval Ireland with particular interest in ogham stones, St Patrick, Old Irish historical sources, Scandinavian society and settlement in Ireland, Brian Boru and the kingdom of Thomond, Anglo-Norman colony of the Mid-West and DNA studies of medieval Irish population

MIC, University of Limerick

Department of Philosophy

Research interests: Social and political philosophy; phenomenology; environmental ethics; philosophy of technology and aesthetics and philosophy of culture

MIC, University of Limerick

Department of German Studies

Research Interests: Fantastic Literature and theories about the Fantastic, Transmedia Adaptations, Posthumanism, H. P. Lovecraft, Game Studies, 21st Century Horror, Monster Theory (Zombies, Vampires, Werewolfs), Paranormal Romance, Popular Culture, Psychoanalysis

Dublin City University

Lecturer in Music Education

University of Vienna

Assistant Professor in World Literature