Research Publications for Maebh Long

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  • Long, M. (2016). The short story from postmodernism to the digital age. In A. -M. Einhaus (Ed.), The Cambridge Companion to the English Short Story (pp. 128-144). Cambridge University Press.

  • Long, M. (2016). Periodicals and Oceanic Modernism. In Oceanic Modernism. Conference held at the University of the South Pacific, Suva, Fiji..

  • Long, M. (2016). ‘Auto-allergies: Medical Discourse in Derrida’s Autoimmunity’. In Derrida Today Conference. Conference held at Goldsmiths University, London, UK.

  • Long, M. (2016). [Review of The Event of Style in Literature by Mario Aquilina]. Countertext, 2(1), 108-109. Retrieved from

  • Long, M. (2015). The Auto-bio-thanato-heterographical. In C. Colebrook (Ed.), Jacques Derrida Key Concepts (pp. 10-18). Routledge.

  • Long, M. (2015). Kevin Barry in conversation with Maebh Long. In Event held in conjunction with Metamorphoses: The Third International Flann O’Brien Society Conference, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic.

  • Long, M. (2015). Precarity, the humanities and slow death. Australian Humanities Review, 58, 93-99.

  • Long, M. (2015). ‘Brian O’Nolan, Immunity and the Autoimmune’. In METAMORPHOSES: The III International Flann O’Brien Conference. Conference held at the Centre for Irish Studies, Charles University, Prague, Czech Republic.

  • Long, M. (2015). ‘Postcolonial Modernism and the South Pacific’, Oceanic Modernism, New York University (December 2015).. In Oceanic Modernism. Symposium held at New York University, New York.

  • Long, M. (2015). Pacific Islands/Pacific Ocean. In Transoceanic Postcolonialisms: Shifting Currents in the Global South. Symposium held at New York University, New York.

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