Dr. Catherine Smith
Catherine Smith is a member of the School of English, UCC, where she lectures on feminist literary theory and on historical fiction set in Ancient Rome. Her doctoral research was on nineteenth-, twentieth- and twenty-first century Irish historical novels by women writers.
- “‘A Nice Little Covey of Love Birds’: Animal Imagery and Female Representation in George Moore’s A Drama in Muslin.” George Moore: Artistic Visions and Literary Worlds. Ed. Mary Pierse. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars, 2006: 197-205. ISBN 13: 978184718029
- “Irish Confessional Discourse in Kate O’Brien’s The Ante-Room”.Essays in Irish Literary Criticism: Themes of Gender, Sexuality, and Corporeality. Eds. Deirdre Quinn and Sharon Tighe-Mooney. Ceredigion: Edwin Mellen, 2009. ISBN 13: 978-0-7734-4830-8
- “‘Words! Words! Words!’: Interrogations of Language and History in Emily Lawless’s With Essex in Ireland. Irish Women Writers: New Critical Perspectives. Eds. Elke D’hoker, Raphael Ingelbien and Hedwig Schwall. Oxford: Peter Lang, 2011:187-206. ISBN 13: 978-3-0343-0249-4