Dr Maebh Long
Convener of English, Senior Lecturer
Qualifications: PhD English, Dunelm; MA English National University of Ireland, Cork; BA English and German, National University of Ireland, Cork
Maebh Long is a Senior Lecturer in English and is the Convener of the English Programme. Her research interests include modernist and contemporary literature in Ireland, Britain, and Oceania, as well as literary theory and continental philosophy. She has published widely on the Irish author Brian O’Nolan/Flann O’Brien and is the author of Assembling Flann O’Brien (Bloomsbury, 2014), as well as the editor of The Collected Letters of Flann O’Brien (Dalkey Archive Press, 2018).
Maebh is a co-investigator of the Oceanian Modernism project, which brings together modernist studies and post-1960s independence and Indigenous rights literature from the Pacific. She has co-edited New Oceania: Modernisms and Modernities in the Pacific (Routledge, 2019) and is currently working on a co-authored monograph on Pacific literature, colonial education, and modernism.
Maebh is also in the early stages of a monograph tentatively entitled The Poetics of Immunity. This project examines the ways immunity, as a heightened desire for bodily and political security and exemption, became a contagious metaphor for modernist writers.
Modernist and Contemporary Literature in Ireland, Britain and Oceania; Literary Theory
Long, M., & Hayward, M. (2019). 'The space between': Oceanian literature and modernist studies. In M. Hayward, & M. Long (Eds.), New Oceania: Modernisms and Modernities in the Pacific (pp. 1-19). London: Routledge.
Long, M. (2019). Oceanian modernism and the little magazine. In M. Hayward, & M. Long (Eds.), New Oceania: Modernisms and Modernities in the Pacific (pp. 136-154). Routledge.
Long, M. (2019). Aphorisms and Archipelagos: Relationality in Modernist Studies. In K. Boyiopoulos, & M. Shallcross (Eds.), Aphoristic Modernity: 1880 to the Present (Vol. 6, pp. 190-205). The Netherlands: Brill.
Long, M. (2018). Vanua in the Anthropocene: Relationality and sea level rise in Fiji. Symploke, 26(1-2), 51-70.
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English; Environment Issues; Philosophy; Women and Gender Studies
Irish Literature; British Literature; Pacific Literature; Literary Theory; Modernism; Contemporary Literature; Medical Humanities; Jacques Derrida; Feminism; Letters; Pacific Island Literary Magazines
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