French

College of Arts, Social Sciences, & Celtic Studies,
School of Languages, Literatures and Cultures

Course overview

The discipline offers supervision in a wide area of French interests. Admission to a research degree is at the discretion of the potential Supervisor and the Head of discipline, and is based on a proposal from the applicant following discussion with the member of staff whose academic area of interest is most appropriate.

Programmes available

MLitt (French), full-time
MLitt (French), part-time

Entry requirements

Candidates should have obtained an honours degree in French (Second Class Honours, Grade 1 [or equivalent international qualification ] minimum).

Areas of interest

Professor Jane Conroy
17th-Century Literature, Linguistics, Translation Theory, Travel Literature, Realism & Fantasy.

Mr. Ruadhán Cooke
French Canadian Studies, Commercial French.

Dr. Philip Dine
Decolonisation, History/Sociology of French Sport, Leisure, Rugby. 

Dr. Catherine Emerson
Medieval/15th-Century Literature, History, Olivier de la Marche, Manneken Pis, Illegitimacy 1300-1600.

Dr. Sylvie Lannegrand
Autobiography, 20th-Century Literature, Yves Navarre, Autofiction, Diaries and Identity.

Dr. Máire Áine Ní Mhainnín
Literature/Religion, Jean Sulivan, New Methodologies, CALL/SALL, Internet, French-Canadian Women’s Writing.

Professor Pádraig Ó Gormaile
Québec; Jean Sulivan.

Ms. Ornaith Rodgers
Gender, Scientific French, Language Teaching, New Technologies.

Dr. Maria Scott
19th-Century Literature, Charles Baudelaire, Stendhal, Gender Studies, Critical Theory.

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PAC code

MLitt (full-time) GYB18
MLitt (part-time) GYB19

Fees for this course

EU: €4,275 p.a. 2014/15 inclusive of levy

Non-EU: €13,250 p.a. 2014/15

Ph.D. EU Full time programme:  €4,275 p.a.

Ph.D. EU Part time programme:  €2,250 p.a.

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