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Dr. Graham Price

Biography

I am a lecturer in Irish and British Literature at the University of Limerick. I teach courses on Romanticism, Irish Gothic Literature, Augustan Literature, Victorian Literature, Literary Theory and Contemporary Irish Literature.I supervise MA theses that relate to film studies, queer theory and Irish drama.
From 2007 until 2015 I was a lecturer in the English department at University College Dublin where I specialized in lecturing on Irish Studies. I have published several articles relating to both Irish drama and Queer Theory. I am currently working on a monograph titled "Oscar Wilde and Contemporary Irish Drama".

Research Interests

I am a lecturer in Irish and British Literature at the University of Limerick. I teach courses on Romanticism, Irish Gothic Literature, Augustan Literature, Victorian Literature, Literary Theory and Contemporary Irish Literature.
I supervise undergraduate and postgraduate theses that relate to film studies, queer theory and Irish drama.
From 2007 until 2015 I was a lecturer in the English department at University College Dublin where I specialized in lecturing on Irish Studies.
I have published numerous articles relating to both Irish drama and Queer Theory. I am currently working on a monograph titled "Oscar Wilde and Contemporary Irish Drama".

Publications

Books

2018

Oscar Wilde and Contemporary Irish Drama
Graham Price
(2018) Oscar Wilde and Contemporary Irish Drama
London and New York : Palgrave

2017

Anatomies of Emotion in Contemporary American Cinema (1995-2015)
Graham Price and Darragh Greene
(2017) Anatomies of Emotion in Contemporary American Cinema (1995-2015)
Jefferson NC : McFarland Press

2013

Transitions: A History of the Focus Theater
Graham Price, Joe Devlin
(2013) Transitions: A History of the Focus Theater
Dublin : Artel Publications

Book Chapters

2017

"Brian Friel's Faith Healer and the Art-Encounter-Event"
Graham Price
(2017) "Brian Friel's Faith Healer and the Art-Encounter-Event"
In The Gate Theatre; Dublin : Carysfort Press

2014

'‘The Fact is a Fiction': Representations of Memory and Modernity in the short fiction of Brian Friel and John McGahern'
Graham Price
(2014) '‘The Fact is a Fiction': Representations of Memory and Modernity in the short fiction of Brian Friel and John McGahern'
In John McGahern: Critical Essays ; Oxford : Peter Laing

2012

'‘Mastered yet controlling what they were mastered by': Amongst Women and the Female Dandy'
Graham Price
(2012) '‘Mastered yet controlling what they were mastered by': Amongst Women and the Female Dandy'
In Voicing Dissent: New Perspectives in Irish Criticism; Dublin : Irish Academic Press

Peer Reviewed Journals

2017

'‘Habit is a Great Deadener': Gender, Sexuality and Chrononormativity in Brian Friel's The Gentle Island and Frank McGuinness's Dolly West's Kitchen'
Graham Price
(2017) '‘Habit is a Great Deadener': Gender, Sexuality and Chrononormativity in Brian Friel's The Gentle Island and Frank McGuinness's Dolly West's Kitchen'
In Breac;

2015

'Memory, Narration and Spectrality in Brian Friel's Faith Healer and Frank McGuinness's Observe the Sons of Ulster'
Price, Graham
(2015) 'Memory, Narration and Spectrality in Brian Friel's Faith Healer and Frank McGuinness's Observe the Sons of Ulster'
In Irish Studies Review;

2013

'Quite an Other Thing: Recent Texts in Irish Queer Studies'
Graham Price
(2013) 'Quite an Other Thing: Recent Texts in Irish Queer Studies'
In Irish University Review;

2012

'Impure and Complicated Truth: Brian Friel's Faith Healer and John McGahern's The Country Funeral'
Graham Price
(2012) 'Impure and Complicated Truth: Brian Friel's Faith Healer and John McGahern's The Country Funeral'
In New Hibernia Review;

2010

'An Accurate Description of What Has Never Occurred': Brian Friel's Faith Healer and Wildean Intertextuality'
Graham Price
(2010) 'An Accurate Description of What Has Never Occurred': Brian Friel's Faith Healer and Wildean Intertextuality'
In Irish University Review;