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Dr. Coralline Dupuy BA. MA. Ph.D
|Coralline Dupuy is a graduate from the Université de Bretagne Occidentale, where she got her Licence in English with First Class Honours.
For her Erasmus year abroad, she completed her Maîtrise in NUI Galway where she started her research on the Gothic.
Coralline then enrolled as a Ph.D. candidate in the English Department of NUI Galway under the supervision of Dr Elizabeth Tilley. Her thesis focused on ambiguous mentors in 19th-century Gothic and detective genres.
| Coralline's research interests include:
- Anglo-Irish Gothic (Stoker, LeFanu)
- fin-de-siècle detective fiction (Sherlock Holmes)
- the works of Neil Gaiman
- fairy tales and their permutations
- YA and children's fiction
- C. G. Jung
- mythology and folklore
- illustrations of books for children and young adults
|Coralline Dupuy (2012) 'Outfoxed: feminine Folklore and Agency in The Dream Hunters' In: Tara Prescott and Aaron Drucker (eds). Feminism in the Worlds of Neil Gaiman. Jefferson: McFarland. [Details]|
|Coralline Dupuy (2011) 'A French Perspective on the Irishness of Morgan Llywelyn's Cold Places' In: Mary Shine Thompson (eds). Young Irelands: Studies in Children's Literature. Dublin: Four Courts Press. [Details]|
|Coralline Dupuy (2008) 'Linguistic Manipulation in Margaret Atwood's The Handmaid's Tale and Amélie Nothomb's Acide Sulfurique' In: Mary Ann Mannion and Elizabeth Tilley (eds). Canada: Text and Territory. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing. [Details]|
|Coralline Dupuy (2007) 'Mentorial Dreams in S. F. Said's Novel for Children, Varjak Paw' In: Kamila Vrankova and Christopher Koy (eds). Dream, Imagination and Reality in Literature. Ceske Budejovice: University of South Bohemia Studies. [Details]|
|Coralline Dupuy (2007) ''I'm not interested in face': self-inflicted isolation in The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time' In: Mary Shine Thompson and Valerie Coghlan (eds). Divided Worlds. Dublin: Four Courts Press. [Details]|
|Coralline Dupuy (2007) Fabricated Memories and Psychosis in A Tale of two Sisters. Electronic Journal [DOI] [Details]|
| Teaching areas:
For the English Department:
- fairy tales
- 20th-century children's fiction and YA fiction
- postmodern fairy tales
- Victorian detective novels
- the Gothic
For the French Department:
- French contes de fées and littérature pour la jeunesse
- French language