New Book Publication: Revolutionary Bodies: homoeroticism and the political imagination in Irish writing
Our colleague Dr Michael G Cronin has just published his second book on Irish literature.
Date: Thursday, 03 March 2022
Maynooth University is delighted to announce that the award-winning author Belinda McKeon will lead the Department of English’s new Master of Arts (MA) in Creative Writing programme.
Date: Wednesday, 16 February 2022
One day symposium, Maynooth University, 21st March 2022. Call for papers
Date: Tuesday, 07 December 2021
PhD student Eszter Gyorgy will present at the 2nd Annual Postgraduate Symposium on Genders and Sexualities on 7th of December .
Date: Wednesday, 01 December 2021
Students should submit end of year results queries to the Department of English by completing the form on the ALL ENGLISH Moodle page.
Date: Thursday, 24 June 2021
Maynooth University and Kildare County Council Arts and Library Services are thrilled to announce the appointment of Ryan Dennis and Oisín Fagan as Writers-in-Residence for 2021/21.
Date: Monday, 14 June 2021
Dr Stephen O’Neill’s article, "Bring yourself back online, Old Bill: Westworld’s media histories, or six degrees of separation from Shakespeare" explores the polysemous intertextuality of Westworld, an example of ‘complex television’, and focuses particularly on its Shakespearean coordinates...
Date: Friday, 04 June 2021
Ten Maynooth University research projects are to receive funding from the Irish Research Council (IRC). Funding for the ‘New Foundations’ projects will bring researchers and community/voluntary organisations together to share knowledge and develop new insights to help create a better society for all.
Date: Thursday, 08 April 2021
We are delighted to share the news with you that our very own Dr Rita Sakr will be judging the 2021
Date: Tuesday, 15 December 2020
Dr H H Stewart Literary Scholarships in English 2020 awarded to our students Lorraine Haigney and Siofra O'Regan.
Date: Monday, 14 December 2020