Prof Frank Shovlin B.A., M.A., M.St., D.Phil.

Professor of Irish Literature in English Institute of Irish Studies

    Teaching and Learning

    Irish Literature in English

    I teach a wide range of material on the subject of Irish literature in English from eighteenth-century figures such as Jonathan Swift and Oliver Goldsmith to more contemporary writers like Michael Hartnett and Rita Ann Higgins. I have a special interest in twentieth-century Irish literature and in particular the period around the literary revival.


    Modules for 2018-19

    DIASPORA: IRISH 19TH CENTURY MIGRATION

    Module code: HIST805

    Role: Teaching

    DISSERTATION

    Module code: IRIS550

    Role: Teaching

    FIELDTRIP TO IRELAND AND STUDY METHODS

    Module code: IRIS102

    Role: Teaching

    HIDDEN HISTORIES

    Module code: IRIS510

    Role: Teaching

    IRISH STUDIES IN ACTION

    Module code: IRIS217

    Role: Module Co-ordinator

    IRISH WRITING

    Module code: IRIS511

    Role: Teaching

    RESEARCH METHODS

    Module code: IRIS508

    Role: Teaching


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