- About the Department
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- School Welcome Event 2016
- Edmund Spenser in Cork - School of English UCC
- Frank O'Connor: A man of many voices
- Mary Breen: Pride and Prejudice
- MA in Irish Writing and Film
- Ann Coughlan: The Irish Influence on America's Greatest Abolitionist
- MA in Modernities: Romanticism, Modernism, Postmodernism
- MA in American Literature and Film
- MA in English Texts and Contexts: Medieval to Renaissance
- PhD in English
- Prof. Claire Connolly
- Tonio Colona - PhD in the School of English, UCC
- Prof Patricia Coughlan
- Mike Waldron - PhD in the School of English
- Ken Rooney and Heather Laird Book Launch
- School Welcome Event September 2014
- Contemporary American Trauma Narratives Book Launch
- Staged Transgressions in Shakespeare's England
- Seamus Heaney Memorial Event September 2013
- Creative Writing
- Digital Arts and Humanities
- Current Students
- Student Achievements
- Digital Arts & Humanities
Women Writers Remember the Rising
Women and the Rising (1): Creative Zone, Boole Library, March 3, 6.30pm
The School of English will host two Easter Rising commemorative events during March as part of its regular reading series.
Novelist Lia Mills, poet Nessa O’Mahony and Mary Morrissy, writer and lecturer in creative writing at UCC, will read together in the first of the Women and the Rising readings on March 3. Mills’s 1916 novel, Fallen, is this year’s Two Cities One Book choice and Morrissy’s The Rising of Bella Casey was nominated for the 2015 Dublin International IMPAC award.
The second event, on March 15, is a lecture by Dr Lucy McDiarmid (Montclair State University) author of At Home in the Revolution: What Women Said and Did in 1916 (Royal Irish Academy). Venue and time to be announced.
Admission is free and all are welcome!