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2022-23 Visiting Research Fellows

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2022-23 VISITING RESEARCH FELLOWS
Professor Mary Burke

November-December 2022

Professor Mary Burke joins us from the University of Connecticut in association with Trinity’s School of English and Prof Chris Morash. Her Trinity Long Room Hub project, Bohemian Ireland, explores post-war Ireland’s dispersed, creative, and colourful expatriate scene. Read More
Nidhi Zak/Aria Eipe

February 2023

Nidhi Zak/Aria Eipe joins us as the Rooney Writer Fellow in February. She is a poet, pacifist and fabulist. Auguries of a Minor God, her first collection, was published by Faber & Faber in 2021. A finalist for the Dylan Thomas Prize, John Pollard Foundation International Poetry Prize and the Butler Literary Award, it was chosen as a Poetry Book Society Recommendation, National Poetry Day Recommendation, Shakespeare & Co. Year of Reading Selection, and a Book of the Year by both The Irish Times and The Irish Independent. During her tenure as the Rooney Writer Fellow, Nidhi will research a project titled ‘Honey and the Hare’, an epistemological study into the alchemical quest for the numinous.  Read More
Dr Roisín Higgins

April 2023

Dr Roisín Higgins joins us from Teesside University in April 2023 in association with the Making Ireland Research Theme and Dr Mark Hennessy. While at the Hub she will work on a project titled “Fragments of Conflict: A Sensory History of the Troubles”. Read More
Prof Dariusz Komorowski

March-May 2023

Prof Dariusz Komorowski joins us in Hilary 2022 from the University of Wroclaw in association with Trinity's School of Languages, Linguistics and Cultural Studies and Prof Juergen Barkhoff. His research focuses on the Swiss culture, relation between local, cultural and national identity, and history of ideas, notably republicanism and the common good in contemporary German literature. Read More
Dr Susan Manly

February-March 2023

Dr Susan Manly joins us in Hilary 2022 from the University of St Andrews in association with Trinity's School of English and Prof Aileen Douglas. Her research will focus on the extent and nature of Edgeworth’s personal knowledge of and implication with the West Indies. Read More
Professor Lucy McDiarmid

March 2023

Professor Lucy McDiarmid joins us from New York City; at Montclair State University she holds the Marie Frazee-Baldassarre Professorship in the English Department. While at the Long Room Hub in association with Trinity’s School of English and Dr Paul Delaney, she will consult the manuscripts of Leland Bardwell’s poems as part of a study of non-standard, unconventional, ‘odd’ Irish writers of the last 100 years.  Read More
Dr Emily Monty

September-November 2022

Dr Emily Monty joins us at Trinity Long Room Hub in Michaelmas 2022 as the Fagel Collection Visiting Research Fellow in association with the Library of Trinity College Dublin and Dr Ann-Marie Hansen. Her project “Composite Chorography: Collecting the Americas in the Fagel Collection in the Library of Trinity College Dublin” is part of “Unlocking the Fagel Collection,” sponsored by Dutch Culture/the Foreign Ministry of the Kingdom of the Netherlands.  Read More
Professor Frank Rexroth

September-October 2022

Professor Frank Rexroth joins us from the University of Göttingen in association with Trinity’s School of Histories and Humanities and Prof Ruth Karras. His Trinity Long Room Hub project is titled “Towards a New Typology of ‘Higher’ Knowledge in the Twelfth Century: Scholasticism and the Emergence of Experts and Intellectuals.” Read More
Dr Şebnam Susam-Saraeva

Februar-March 2023

 Dr Şebnem Susam-Saraeva joins us in February from the University of Edinburgh in association with Trinity's School of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies and Dr James Hadley. Sebnem’s work at the Hub will investigate the intersemiotic translation of cetacean languages and cultures in arts and music. Read More

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