SS115 Representing Ireland - Literature and Film
Director, Séan Ryder, M.A., Ph.D
Lionel Pilkington, M.A., Ph.D
Lionel Pilkington was educated at University of Toronto. He has taught as senior Lecturer in Drama at Sheffield City Polytechnic and at NUI, Galway, and is currently Head of the School of Humanities ar NUI Galway. His research interests include theatre and political conflict in Ireland, critical theory and the cultural impact of colonialism. His book Theatre and the State in 20th Century Ireland: Cultivating the People was published in 2001 and his book Theatre and Ireland in 2010.
Fiona Bateman, M.A., Ph.D
Fiona Bateman is a graduate of University College Dublin and NUI Galway and is currently a postdoctoral research fellow at the Moore Institute in NUI Galway. She teaches courses on Irish cinema, cinema and colonialism, and African writing. She has co-edited four volumes of essays, including Irish-Australian Studies (2002).
Mary O’Malley is one of Ireland’s leading poets. She was born in Connemara and educated at NUI Galway, and has lectured in several universities in Europe and the United States. She has published six volumes of poetry, including The Boning Hall (2002) and A Perfect V (2006). Mary was elected to Aosdána, the honorary affiliation of Irish artists in 2001, and her work has been translated into several languages.
Tuition and Fees
Tuition and Fees:
€1,160 (Family Guesthouse - sharing)
- with Irish breakfast
- €150 single supplement
€850 (Student Residences)
- without breakfast
- single occupancy
For further information applicants should contact:
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