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Clare  Wallace

Clare Wallace

Associate Professor. She teaches courses on Irish studies, drama (American and British, and theories of performance) and cultural studies. A graduate of Trinity College Dublin (B.A.), University College Dublin (M.A.) and Charles University (PhD).

 

 

 

 

 

 

She is the author of

Suspect Cultures: Narrative, Identity and Citation in 1990s New Drama (2006/7).

 and

The Theatre of David Greig. Methuen Drama Critical Companions Series.(2013)

 

Edited books include: 

Cosmotopia: Transnational Identities in David Greig’s Theatre (2011) (with Anja Müller)

Stewart Parker Television Plays (2008)

Stewart Parker: Dramatis Personae and Other Writings (with Gerald Dawe and Maria Johnston, 2008)

Monologues: Theatre, Performance, Subjectivity (2006)

Global Ireland: Irish Literatures in the New Millennium (with Ondřej Pilný, 2006)

Giacomo Joyce: Envoys of the Other (with Louis Armand, 2002; expanded edition 2006).

 

Her essays and articles appeared in Irish Studies Review, Irish Theatre Magazine, Irish University Review, Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, Litteraria Pragensia, Dialog, and Modern Drama. From 1998 to 2009 she was a member of the steering committee of the European Federation of Associations and Centres of Irish Studies (EFACIS); from 2006 to 2009 she was a Representative for Europe in the International Association for the Study of Irish Literatures (IASIL). Other memberships include the Czech Association for the Study of English (CZASE), the German Society for the Study of Contemporary Drama in English (CDE) and the International Federation for Theatre Research.

 

Clare Wallace welcomes thesis proposals in the following areas:
BA and MA: Modern and contemporary theatre and drama, the short story, Irish literature and studies, Irish film.
PhD: Contemporary theatre and drama (Irish, British, American), modern and contemporary Irish literature in English.

 

Deadlines for Thesis Writers

If I am supervising your BA or MA Thesis the following deadlines apply:

 

For the summer exam period

  • Table of contents + Introductory chapter by 1st February at the latest (by email, word file)
  • Other chapters should be submitted between February and 1st May (by email, word file)
  • Final complete version be submitted by 10th May. (Bound copy and electronic copy) Please be sure to consult the departmental website for details of exactly what should be submitted.

For the autumn exam period

  • Table of contents + Introductory chapter by 15th March at the latest (by email, word file)
  • Other chapters should be submitted between March and 1st June (by email, word file)
  • Final complete version be submitted by 15th June. (Bound copy and electronic copy) Please be sure to consult the departmental website for details of exactly what should be submitted.

 

 

 

 


Bibliography 2015


Consulting

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I will be absent on Tuesday 14th March.