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Dr Tim McLoughlin

Postdoctoral Researcher

Tim McLoughlin was born and raised in Zimbabwe and did his first degree at Trinity College Dublin. After graduating, he did postgraduate work on Edmund Burke in Sheffield and London. He was appointed Professor of English at the University of Zimbabwe in 1980 and has taught since 1998 at the University of Montpellier, France.
He is now Professor Emeritus in English at Montpellier III. His research interests include Edmund Burke and his times, settler literature, and issues in colonial and post-colonial writing.

'The Context of Edmund Burke's The Reformer', Eighteenth-Century Ireland, 2 (1987), 37-55.
The Writings and Speeches of Edmund Burke, vol. 1, The Early Writings, Oxford University Press, 1997 (ed. With James T.Boulton)
The Works of Maria Edgeworth, vol. 1 (Castle Rackrent, Irish Bulls, Ennui). London: Pickering and Chatto, 1999 (eds. Jane Desmarais, Tim McLoughlin and Marilyn Butler).
'Conquest, Liberty and Empire: Anomalies and Contradictions in Eighteenth-Century Writing', Bulletin de la societe d'etudes anglo-americaines des XVII e et XVIIIe siecles, 53 (2001), pp. 189-200.
James Boswell: An Account of Corsica, The Journal of a Tour to That Island, and Memoirs of Pascal Paoli. New York: Oxford University Press, 2006 (ed. with James T.Boulton).

The Correspondence of James Barry (ed. Tim McLoughlin) http://www.texte.ie/barry/

Books published, edited and co-edited

James Boswell: An Account of Corsica, The Journal of a Tour to That Island, and Memoirs of Pascal Paoli. New York: Oxford University Press, 2006 (ed. with James T.Boulton).

The Works of Maria Edgeworth, vol 1 (Castle Rackrent, Irish Bulls, Ennui).

London: Pickering and Chatto, 1999(eds. Jane Desmarais, Tim McLoughlin and Marilyn Butler).

Contesting Ireland: Irish Voices against England in the Eighteenth Century. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 1999.

The Writings and Speeches of Edmund Burke, vol. 1 The Early Writings, Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997 (ed. with James T.Boulton)

Insights: an Introduction to the Criticism of Zimbabwean and Other Poetry, Gweru: Mambo Press, 1984, pp.132. (co-authored with F.R.Mhonyera) Rept. 1995.

`Ways of Seeing the Rural Landscape in Zimbabwean Fiction and Painting`, Commonwealth (Dijon), 14, no.2 (1992), 61-68.

`Did Burke write The Reformer?`Notes and Queries, n.s. 39, no.4 (Dec. 1992), 474-77.

`Men at War: Writers and Fighters in Recent Zimbabwean Fiction`, Current Writing (Durban), 3, no.1 (1991), 147-55.

`Zimbabwean Short Stories by Black Writers: Still-birth or Genesis?`Kunapipi, xii (1991), 76-89.

`The Annual Register, 1785 - 1793: New Evidence`, The Library, 6th series, 12, no.3 (1990), 222-31.

`An Irish Reaction to English Domination: Swift`s The Story of an Injured Lady`, Cycnos (Nice), 6 (1990), 59-66.

`Burke`s Abridgement of English History`, Eighteenth-Century Ireland, v (1990), 45-59.

The Sound of Snapping Wires: A Selection of Zimbabwean Short Stories, intro. and ed. by T.O.McLoughlin, Harare: College Press, 1990, pp.275.

`The Comic Strip and Zimbabwe`s Development`, Literature, Language and the Nation, eds. E.Ngara and A.Morrison (Harare: Baobab Books, 1989), pp.120-29.

`Reading Zimbabwean Comics`Research in African Literatures, 20.2 (1989), 217-41.

`Fables from the Desert - Fuctions of Irony in Beckett and Some southern African Writers`, Literary Inter-relations: Ireland, England and the World (Tubingen: Norv, 1987), ii. 129-59.

`The Context of Edmund Burke`s The Reformer`, Eighteenth-Century Ireland, 2 (1987), 37-55.

`Censorship`, Encyclopedia Zimbabwe (Harare: Quest, 1987), p.63.

Story-Craft II - An Introduction to Fiction, Harare: Longmans, 1986, pp.110. (co-authored with F.R.Mhonyera)

Story-Craft II - An Introduction to Fiction, Harare: Longmans, 1986,pp.135. (co-authored with F.R.Mhonyera)

Story-Craft I - The Elements of a Story, Harare: Longmans, 1986, pp.135. (co-authored with F.R.Mhonyera)

`Cultural Authenticity in Black Zimbabwean Literature: a Case for Metonymy`, Nouvelles du Sud (Paris: Silex, 1986), pp. 79-91.

Karima, Gweru: Mambo Press, 1985, pp.211 (novel)

Ùn regard egare - la literature zimbabweene en anglais`, L`Afrique australe, LÀfrique litteraire, 68 (1985), 124-36.

Ènglish at the University of Zimbabwe`, Bulletin of the International Association of Professors of English (1984), pp.19-22.

`Black writing in English from Zimbabwe`, The Writing of East and Central Africa, ed. G. Killam (Heinemann, 1984), pp. 100-119).

`The Past and the Present in African Literature: Examples from Contemporary Zimbabwean Fiction`, Presence Africaine, 132 (1984), 93-107.

`Violance, Disintegration and the new Vision in the Plays of Sean O`Casey`,Studies (Dublin), Ixxi (1982), 344-59.

`Burke`s Dualistic Vision in the Tracts on the Popery Laws`, Etudes Anglaises. Xxiv. 2 (1981), 180-91.

`The Inadequacy of Moral Language in Roxana`, Maynooth Review (Winter 1978), 41-45.

New Writing in Rhodesia, ed. T.O.McLoughlin (Gwelo:Mambo Press, 1976), pp.132.

`The Plays of John Pepper Clark`, English Studies in Africa, xviii. 1 (1975), 31-40.

`Poetry, Myth and Reality`, Rhodesia Science News, Dec. 1975.

Edmund Burke and the First Ten Years of the Ànnual Register`, series in the Humanities 1, University of Rhodesia, 1975, pp.53.

`Sean O`Casey`, Studies in Literature (Papers of the English Association and the English Department, 1974), pp.15.

Journal Papers

`James Barry`s Illustrations of Paradise Lost: the debt to Burke`, Passeurs de Liveres, Passeurs dEspoirs, Mélanges en Mémoire de Michel Fuchs, ed. Michel Baridon, Presses Universitaires de Nice (forthcoming 2007).

`Boswell and Corsica: the Art of Puffing`, Bulletin de la societe dètudes anglo-americaines des XVIIe et XVIIIe siecles, 55 (2002), pp. 157-69.`

`Settlers, Margins and Centres in Postcolonial Writing from Ireland and Zimbabwe`in Irish and Postcolonial Writing, edited by Glenn Hopper and Colin Graham. London: Palgrave Macmillar, 2002.

`Conquest, Liberty and Empire: Anomalies and Contradictions in Eighteenth-Century Writing`,Bulletin de la societe dètudes anglo-americaines des XVII e et XVIIIe siecles, 53(2001), pp.189-200.

`Resistance and Affirmation: Marechera`s "My Arms Vanished Mountains", Emerging Perspectives on Dambudzo Marechera, eds,. Anthony Chennells and Flora Velt-Wild (New Jersey: African World Press, 1999), pp.137-50

`Conflict and Instability in Marechera`s Cemetery of Mind`, Commonwealth,19, no.2 (1997), 42-50.

`Some Examples from Zimbabwean Painters and Writers in English: Zimbabwean Landscape and Cityscape`, Zimbabwe: Legacies of Stone, Past and Present, 2 vols (Tervuren:Royal Museum of Central Africa, 1997), ii. 85-104.

`A Crisis for the Irish in Bordeaux: 1756`, in Nations and Nationalisms: France, Britain, Ireland and the Eighteenth-Century Context, ed.Michael O`Dea and Kevin Whelan (Oxford: Voltaire Foundation, 1996), pp.129-45.

`Editing Tsotso: New Voices in Zimbabwean Poetry`, in Nouvelles du Sud:Litteratures d`Afrique du Sud (Ivry:Cerpana, 1993), pp.63-69.

`Fielding`s Essay on Conversation:A Courtesy Guide to Joseph Andrews?in The Crisis of Courtesy, Studies in the Conduct-Book in Britain, 1660-1900m ed, Jacques Carre (Leiden:Brill, 1994), pp.93-102.

`Charles Mungoshi:`, Twentieth-Century Caribbean and Black African Writers, ed. Bernth Lindfors(Columbia: Broccoli Clark, 1995),pp.209-17[with G.R.Brown].

`Bryan O`Nolan/Flann O`Brien/Myles:Playing/Spoiling`, Cycnos, 10, no.2 (1993), 85-96.

`Teaching the Laity: Some Problems of the Christian Churches in Rhodesia`, Christianity South of the Zambezi, ed. A.J.Dachs (Gwelo[Gweru]: Mambo Press, 1973),pp.189-97.

`Ted Hughes`, Studies in Literature (Papers of the English Association of Rhodesia and the English Department, 1972), pp.15.

`All my struggling leaves my best undone`, Opus, 3 (1970), 51-55. (Arthur Shearly Cripps)

`Edmund Burke: the Postgraduate Years, 1748-1750`, Studies in Burke and His Time, x (1968), 1035-40.

`An Unusual Offer to Nisus - Aeneid ix, 272-73`, Proceedings of the African Classical Associations, ii (1968), 55-58.

`Edmund Burke`s Formal Training in Oratory`, English Studies in Africa, xi.2 (1968), 161-72.

`How to teach appreciation of English poetry through Latin`, Journal of the Classics Teachers in Rhodesia, iii(1967), 1-6.

`Tibullus 1.x.13, "Nunc ad bella trahorl...", Latomus, xxv (1966),287-90.