Dr Sarah Corrigan

BA.,MA.,PhD

 
researcher
 

Biography

I am currently a postdoctoral researcher on Dr Jacopo Bisagni's Ireland and Carolingian Brittany IRC Laureate project, working on biblical exegesis in early medieval Brittany. https://mooreinstitute.ie/projects/ireland-and-carolingian-brittany-texts-and-transmission/

Previous to this I held a two-year IRC postdoctoral fellowship (2017–2019), under the mentorship of Dr Anthony Harvey, editor of the Dictionary of Medieval Latin for Celtic Sources at the Royal Irish Academy, Dublin. My project was entitled 'Intertextuality in early medieval exegesis: the composition and reception of the commentary on Exodus in In Pentateuchum Commentarii'.

My completed my PhD in Classics at NUI Galway (2017), supervised by Professor Michael Clarke. My thesis was entitled 'Conceptualisations of the sea in early medieval Hiberno-Latin and Latinate literature: studies in intertextuality and innovation'.

Peer Reviewed Journals

  Year Publication
(2019) 'In Pentateuchum commentarii on the Red Sea crossing: content, composition, and coherence'
Corrigan, Sarah (2019) 'In Pentateuchum commentarii on the Red Sea crossing: content, composition, and coherence'. The Journal of Medieval Latin, 29 :21-58 [Details]

Conference Contributions

  Year Publication
(2018) 'Compiling authors and authoring compilations: approaches to exegesis in the anonymous In Pentateuchum commentarii',
Corrigan, Sarah (2018) Irish Conference of Medievalists. [Conference Paper], 'Compiling authors and authoring compilations: approaches to exegesis in the anonymous In Pentateuchum commentarii', UCC, Cork , 28-JUN-18 - 30-JUN-18. [Details]