Dr Kathleen Quinn


Contact Details

Lecturer Bar/College Lecturer
Dept. of Spanish
Room 332
Arts Millennium Building
NUI Galway

T: Ext. 2702
E: kate.quinn@nuigalway.ie
 
researcher

Biography

PhD 1997 QUB The Development of the Crime Genre in Chile
BA 1992 QUB Joint Degree in French and Spanish

Research Projects

  Project Start Date End Date
MF 2001 LATIN AMERICAN RES PROJ KATE QUINN 01-JUN-02 29-NOV-04

Peer Reviewed Journals

  Year Publication
(2007) 'Detection, Dictatorship and Democracy: Santiago de Chile in Ramon Diaz Eterovic's Heredia Series'
Kate Quinn (2007) 'Detection, Dictatorship and Democracy: Santiago de Chile in Ramon Diaz Eterovic's Heredia Series'. Romance Studies, 25 (2) :151-159 [Details]

Book Chapters

  Year Publication
(2009) 'Cases of Identity Concealed and Revealed in Chilean Crime Fiction'
Quinn, K (2009) 'Cases of Identity Concealed and Revealed in Chilean Crime Fiction' In: Investigating Identities: Questions of Identity in Contemporary International Crime Fiction. Amsterdam: Rodopi. [Details]
(2009) ''Introduction''
Krajenbrink, M and Quinn, K (2009) ''Introduction'' In: Investigating Identities: Questions of Identity in Contemporary International Crime Fiction. Amsterdam: Rodopi. [Details]
(2006) 'Private Detectives, Private Lives: The Detective Fiction of Sergio Gómez and Marcela Serrano'
Craig-Odders, R, Collins, J, Close, G, eds (2006) 'Private Detectives, Private Lives: The Detective Fiction of Sergio Gómez and Marcela Serrano' In: Hispanic and Luso-Brazilian Detective Fiction. North Carolina: McFarland. [Details]
(2004) 'Chilean Writers and neopolicial latinoamericano'
Godsland, S, Collins, J, eds (2004) 'Chilean Writers and neopolicial latinoamericano' In: Latin American Detective Fiction: New Readings. Manchester: MMU Press. [Details]

Conference Publications

  Year Publication
(2004) El neopolicial latinoamericano: Santiago negro
Kate Quinn (2004) Por que estudiar literatura policial? . In: Adolfo Bisama eds. El neopolicial latinoamericano: Santiago negro [Details]

Edited Books

  Year Publication
(2009) Investigating Identities: Questions of Identity in Contemporary International Crime Fiction.
Marieke Krajenbrink and Kate M. Quinn (Ed.). (2009) Investigating Identities: Questions of Identity in Contemporary International Crime Fiction Investigating Identities: Questions of Identity in Contemporary International Crime Fiction. Amsterdam: Rodopi. [Details]

Conference Contributions

  Year Publication
(2015) Consuming Crime,
Kate Quinn (2015) 6th Biennial Conference of Irish Crime Genre Research Network. [Conference Organising Committee Member], Consuming Crime, University of Limerick , 26-JUN-15 - 27-JUN-15. [Details]
(2014) AHGBI: Hispanists Conference,
Kate Quinn (2014) Annual association conference. [Conference Organising Committee Member], AHGBI: Hispanists Conference, Galway , 14-APR-14 - 16-APR-16. [Details]
(2014) Novela negra,
Kate Quinn (2014) Invited presentation on crime fiction. [Invited Oral Presentation], Novela negra, Cordoba, Argentina , 10-SEP-14 - 13-SEP-14. [Details]
(2003) Latin American Identities: Legacies and Possibilities,
Kate Quinn (2003) Interdisciplinary conference on Latin American Studies. [Conference Organising Committee Chairperson], Latin American Identities: Legacies and Possibilities, NUIG , 17-OCT-03 - 18-OCT-03. [Details]
(2005) Memory in the Crime Genre,
Kate Quinn (2005) Interdisciplinary conference on international crime genre production. [Conference Organising Committee Chairperson], Memory in the Crime Genre, NUIG , 10-JUN-05 - 11-JUN-05. [Details]
(2013) Gender and Sexuality in the Crime Genre,
Kate Quinn (2013) Interdisciplinary conference on international crime genre production. [Conference Organising Committee Chairperson], Gender and Sexuality in the Crime Genre, NUIG , 21-JUN-13 - 22-JUN-13. [Details]
(2017) Networks and Connections in the Crime Genre,
Kate Quinn (2017) Interdisciplinary conference on Networks in international crime genre production. [Conference Organising Committee Chairperson], Networks and Connections in the Crime Genre, NUIG , 26-MAY-17 - 27-MAY-17. [Details]

Conference Paper

  Year Publication
(2015) Disintegrating Psyches, Madness and Follies in Declan Hughes, Niamh O’Connor and Alan Glynn.
Kate Quinn (2015) Disintegrating Psyches, Madness and Follies in Declan Hughes, Niamh O’Connor and Alan Glynn. Conference Paper [Details]
(2013) 1973 as Crime Scene in Chilean Detective Fiction.
Kate Quinn (2013) 1973 as Crime Scene in Chilean Detective Fiction. RIA conference on Cultures of the Popular, QUB: Conference Paper [Details]
(2013) Transnational Links: Germany and Chile in Chilean Crime Narrative.
Kate Quinn (2013) Transnational Links: Germany and Chile in Chilean Crime Narrative. CEISAL conference, Porto: Conference Paper [Details]
(2012) Re-imagining the Conquest and Colony in Recent Chilean Narrative.
Quinn, K (2012) Re-imagining the Conquest and Colony in Recent Chilean Narrative. NEMLA Conference, Rochester, NY: Conference Paper [Details]
(2012) Transatlantic Detection in Hispanic Crime Fiction.
Quinn, K (2012) Transatlantic Detection in Hispanic Crime Fiction. PCA/ACA 42nd Annual Conference: Conference Paper [Details]
(2011) History as Horror Story in Jaime Collyer’s El Infiltrado and Roberto Bolaño’s Estrella distante.
Quinn, K (2011) History as Horror Story in Jaime Collyer’s El Infiltrado and Roberto Bolaño’s Estrella distante. QUB, States of Crime: The State in Crime Fiction (Fourth Interdisciplinary Conference): Conference Paper [Details]
(2010) El tema de la independencia en Camila de María Luisa Bemberg.
Quinn, K (2010) El tema de la independencia en Camila de María Luisa Bemberg. Toulouse, 6th CEISAL Conference: Conference Paper [Details]
(2009) The Arms Race, Espionage and Murder in Chilean Crime Fiction. Con(tra)vention: Crime and the Boundaries of Genre.
Quinn, K. (2009) The Arms Race, Espionage and Murder in Chilean Crime Fiction. Con(tra)vention: Crime and the Boundaries of Genre. UCC: Conference Paper [Details]
(2009) El tema de la memoria en Ramón Díaz Eterovic y Roberto Brodsky.
Quinn, K (2009) El tema de la memoria en Ramón Díaz Eterovic y Roberto Brodsky. Santiago, Chile, Segundo Coloquio Latinoamericano de Literatura Policial: Conference Paper [Details]
(2007) Sensational Crimes and Changing Times in Santiago.
Quinn, K (2007) Sensational Crimes and Changing Times in Santiago. UL, The Scene of the Crime: Setting in Contemporary Crime Fiction (2nd Interdisciplinary Conference): Conference Paper [Details]
(2005) Race, Place and Identity in Contemporary European Crime Narrative.
Quinn, K (2005) Race, Place and Identity in Contemporary European Crime Narrative. NUIG, Modern Languages Conference: Conference Paper [Details]
(2005) Anglophone or Anglophoney? Chilean Crime Writers of the Forties and Fifties.
Quinn, K (2005) Anglophone or Anglophoney? Chilean Crime Writers of the Forties and Fifties. San Diego, California, PCA/ACA Conference: Conference Paper [Details]
(2004) A Detective on the Case: the Crime Fiction of René Vergara.
Quinn, K (2004) A Detective on the Case: the Crime Fiction of René Vergara. San Antonio, Texas, PCA/ACA Conference: Conference Paper [Details]
(2003) Rewriting the Origins of the Nation in Mercedes Valdivieso's Maldita yo entre las mujeres.
Quinn, K (2003) Rewriting the Origins of the Nation in Mercedes Valdivieso's Maldita yo entre las mujeres. NUIG, Conference on Latin American Identities: Conference Paper [Details]
(2003) La representación de Catalina de los Ríos y Lisperguer / La Quintrala en la narrativa chilena.
Quinn, K (2003) La representación de Catalina de los Ríos y Lisperguer / La Quintrala en la narrativa chilena. Oporto, Portugal: Conference on 'Percepción y representación de la mujer transgresora': Conference Paper [Details]
(2002) Chilean Writers and neopolicial latinoamericano.
Quinn, K (2002) Chilean Writers and neopolicial latinoamericano. Royal Holloway, London: Conference Paper [Details]
(2002) Invited Presentation: ¿Por qué estudiar literatura policial?.
Quinn, K (2002) Invited Presentation: ¿Por qué estudiar literatura policial?. Santiago, Chile: Conference Paper [Details]

Workshops

  Year Publication
(2011) Criminal Passions: The Perennial Appeal of Death and Detection. Babel Public Lecture Series.
Quinn, K. (2011) Criminal Passions: The Perennial Appeal of Death and Detection. Babel Public Lecture Series. Galway City Library: Workshops [Details]

Current Postgraduate Students (Research)

  Student Degree Type Type
Maria Quigley Doctorate - Structured Ph.D. in Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences Supervisor