Research Publications for Maebh Long

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  • Long, M. (2018). Flann O’Brien: Man of (many) letters, man of many masks. Retrieved from

  • Long, M. (2018). Altogether immune: Modernism and immunology. In Department of English, Staff and Postgraduate Research Seminar, Durham University, United Kingdom.

  • Long, M. (2017). 'No more drunk, truculent, witty, celtic, dark, desperate, amorous paddies!': Brian O'Nolan and the Irish stereotype. In R. Borg, P. Fagan, & J. McCourt (Eds.), Flann O'Brien: Problems with Authority (pp. 34-53). Cork: Cork University Press.

  • Long, M. (2017). Little magazines and oceanic modernism. In Heart of the Arts Seminar Series, University of Waikato, Hamilton, New Zealand.

  • Long, M. (2017). [Keynote] 'This is not about a bicycle': Brian O'Nolan and the politics of friendship. In IV International Flann O'Brien Conference: Acting Out. Conference held at Salzburg University, Salzburg, Austria.

  • Long, M. (2017). Black bile in bohane: Kevin barry and melancholia. Textual Practice, 31(1), 81-98. doi:10.1080/0950236X.2015.1105864

  • Long, M. (2017). ‘At War With Myself: Immunology and Literary Form’. In American Comparative Literature Association Conference. Conference held at the Universiteit Utrecht, Utrecht, Netherlands.

  • Long, M. (2017). Vanua in the Anthropocene: Fijian Ontologies and Sea Level Rise. In Anthropology and Pacific Studies Seminar Series, University of Waikato.

  • Long, M. (2017). ‘Unempathetic Sciences: Immunology and Eugenics’. In British Association of Modernist Studies Conference. Conference held at the University of Birmingham, Birmingham, UK.

  • Long, M. (2017). ‘Memory and Melancholia in Fiji: Modernist Writings of Loss’. In Oceanic Memory. Conference held at the University of Canterbury, Christchurch.

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