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Faculty

    Faculty
    • Linda Dowling Almeida

      Adjunct Assistant Professor of Irish Studies

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      Research Interests: 

      20th Century Irish-American History, Society and Culture, particularly the post-World War II period.

    • Jean Butler

      Adjunct Assistant Professor of Irish Studies

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      Research Interests: 

      Irish Cultural Studies including dance, theatre and film, the intersection of traditional and contemporary dance practice, and the role of performance in society

    • Marion R Casey

      Director of Undergraduate Irish Studies;

      Clinical Assistant Professor of Irish Studies

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      Research Interests: 

      Irish America, Irish Diaspora, Ethnic Groups in American History, New York City, Film & History, Material & Popular Culture, Public History

    • Miriam Nyhan Grey

      Director of Graduate Irish Studies;

      Adjunct Assistant Professor of Irish Studies

      Program Coordinator

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      Research Interests: 

      Twentieth-century Irish migration to New York and London.

    • J Joseph Lee

      Glucksman Chair of Irish History;

      Professor of Irish Studies and History

      Director of Glucksman Ireland House

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      Research Interests: 

      19th and 20th Century Irish, English, European, and Irish American history and politics; Nationalism, imperialism, and post colonialism; Irish Diaspora; Historiography

    • Barry P. McCarron

      Assistant Professor/Faculty Fellow of Irish Studies

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      Research Interests: 

      Sino-Irish relations; Irish and Chinese diasporas; United States and the world; American immigration and ethnic history; migration, race, and empire in the Pacific world

    • Hilary Mhic Suibhne

      Adjunct Language Lecturer of Irish Studies

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      Research Interests: 

      Irish Language and Irish History.

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      Mick Moloney

      Global Distinguished Professor of Irish Studies and Music;

      Professor of Music and Irish Studies

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      Research Interests: 

      Irish and Irish-American music and popular culture.

    • Pádraig Ó Cearúill

      Senior Language Lecturer of Irish Studies

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      Research Interests: 

      Irish language, culture and mythology

    • Kelly Sullivan

      Assistant Professor/Faculty Fellow of Irish Studies

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      Research Interests: 

      Literary modernism and late modernism, with a particular focus on fiction and poetry of the 1930s and 1940s. Modern Irish art and the connections between literary and visual arts movements in Ireland in the 20th century, contemporary Irish poetry, and ecocritical writing.

    • Thomas M. Truxes

      Clinical Associate Professor of Irish Studies and History

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      Research Interests: 

      Early-modern Irish history; Ireland and the Atlantic world before 1800; early-modern maritime history; the overseas trade of British America; eighteenth-century urban life, particularly New York City

    • John P Waters

      Clinical Assistant Professor of Irish Studies

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      Research Interests: 

      Irish Studies; Eighteenth Century British and Irish Culture; British Romantic literature

    Emeritus Faculty
    • Denis Donoghue

      Professor Emeritus of English

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      Research Interests: 

      Modern English, Irish, and American Literature; aesthetics and the practice on reading

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      Robert Scally

      Professor Emeritus of History and Irish Studies

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      Research Interests: 

      Modern European history; English social history; Irish history.

    Visiting Scholars
    • Eimear Kennedy

      Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant;

      Research Interests: 

      Irish language, contemporary Irish literature, Irish-language travel literature

    • Dr. Íde O’Carroll

      Visiting Scholar of Irish Studies

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      Research Interests: 

      Oral History; Migration (Irish diaspora in America, and new immigrants in Ireland); Social inclusion / Social Justice (Ireland, EU and USA); Philanthropy (in Ireland and USA)

    • Patrick O’Sullivan

      Visiting Scholar of Irish Studies

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      Research Interests: 

      Diaspora Studies; Digital Humanities (emigrant letters); Interdisciplinarity; Music (tradition, translation, lyric technique especially rhyme)

    • Dr. Danielle Zach

      Visiting Scholar of Irish Studies

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      Research Interests: 

      Oral History; Comparative Politics; International Relations; Diaspora Movements; Social Networks; Civil Wars; Migration.

    Affiliated Faculty
    • Nicholas Wolf

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      Research Interests: 

      British and Irish history, particularly the cultural history of Ireland in the 18th and 19th centuries and the causes and ramifications of the decline of the Irish language in this period; popular religion and devotional practices; folklore and folk practices; history of linguistics and social history of language