Eoghan started his career in English at UCD, where he completed a BA in English and Philosophy in 2002 and the MA in Anglo-Irish Writing and Drama in 2003. He obtained a PhD in English from Maynooth University in 2009. In 2011, he joined Carlow College, St. Patrick’s as a lecturer in English, where he taught modules in Gothic fiction, literary criticism, modern and contemporary Irish writing, and creative writing. Eoghan is currently the Academic and Research Development Project Manager.
Eoghan’s areas of research are broadly in twentieth- and twenty-first-century Irish literature (particularly fiction) and culture. His current research interests lie in contemporary Irish fiction, John Banville, the literary and visual cultures of suburban Ireland, and philosophy and Irish writing. Eoghan also writes fiction and is the author of two novels.
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2004-2009 PhD: ‘John Banville: Art, Authenticity and Epic’, Maynooth University 2002-2003 MA in Anglo-Irish Literature and Drama, University College, Dublin 1999-2002 BA (Hons) n English & Philosophy, University College, Dublin