Dr Eoghan Smith 

Lecturer in English
Email:  esmith@carlowcollege.ie 
Phone:   (059) 9153220 
   

Education

B.A., M.A. (University College Dublin); Ph.D. (Maynooth University)

Areas of Interest

Dr Eoghan Smith lectures in modern Irish writing, eighteenth-century British fiction, gothic fiction, existentialist literature and postcolonial writing. His research interests are in Irish modernist and contemporary fiction, philosophy and Irish writing, and literary and visual cultures of suburban Ireland. He is the author of John Banville: Art and Authenticity (2014) and a co-editor of the forthcoming Imagining Irish Suburbia in Literature and Culture, to be published by Palgrave Macmillan. He was a co-organiser of the Carlow College-TCD conference ‘Conflict, Migration and Identity: Global and Transnational Perspectives’ (2016) and a conference on Irish suburban literature and cultures, ‘Encircling Worlds: Imagining Irish Suburbia’ (2014). For Dr Smith's 'Recent Academic Activity', please click [here].