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Prof Mairead Hanrahan
Appointment
  • Chair of French
  • SELCS
  • Faculty of Arts & Humanities
Research Summary

My research interests focus broadly on twentieth- and twenty-first-century French writing. My principal current research project is provisionally entitled Genres of Grief: Mourning and Tragedy in Modern French Literature. 

I am currently President of the Society for French Studies (2014-16), and a member of the Editorial Board of Paragraph (2002-). I have previously served as a member of the Executive Committee of the Association of University Professors and Heads of French (2008-13), as President of the Association des Études Françaises et Francophones d’Irlande (2003-05), and as a member of the Editorial Board of The Irish Journal of French Studies (2000-2003).

Teaching Summary

I teach at all levels, from the First-year 'Reading French Texts' introduction to literature course to a module entitled 'Trauma and Creativity' in the French strand of the MA in Languages, Culture and History.

Appointments
01-FEB-2011 – 29-JUN-2011 Visiting Professor   Université de Paris 3, France
30-MAR-2009 – 10-APR-2009 Visiting Professor   University of Iowa, United States
01-OCT-2002 – 31-AUG-2006 Senior Lecturer   University College Dublin, Ireland
01-SEP-1999 – 30-FEB-2000 Visiting Professor   Université de Paris 8, France
Academic Background
1994 PhD Doctorat University of Paris
1984 MA Master of Arts To be updated
1983 BA Bachelor of Arts To be updated
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