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Dr. Margaret O'Neill

Biography

Gender ARC Project Coordinator

Research Interests

  • Irish Studies
  • Women's Writing
  • Contemporary Fiction
  • Feminist & Psychoanalytic Theory

Publications

Book Chapters

2014

The Caoineadh, Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Irish Writing
Ed. Anne Markey and Anne O'Connor
(2014) The Caoineadh, Psychoanalysis and Contemporary Irish Writing
In Folklore and Modern Irish Writing; Dublin : Irish Academic Press

Peer Reviewed Journals

2017

Transformative Tales for Recessionary Times: Emma Donoghue's Room and Marian Keyes' The Brightest Star in the Sky
Margaret O'Neill
(2017) Transformative Tales for Recessionary Times: Emma Donoghue's Room and Marian Keyes' The Brightest Star in the Sky
In Lit-Literature Interpretation Theory;

Other Publications

2016

A Bionian Reading of the Mother in Anne Enright's 'The Green Road'
Margaret O'Neill
(2016) A Bionian Reading of the Mother in Anne Enright's 'The Green Road'
In Studies in Gender and Sexuality; Lisa Baraitser & Stephen Hartman(Ed.)

2015

You Still Can Have It All, But Just in Moderation: Neoliberal Gender and Post-Celtic Tiger ‘Recession Lit'
Margaret O'Neill
(2015) You Still Can Have It All, But Just in Moderation: Neoliberal Gender and Post-Celtic Tiger ‘Recession Lit'
In Assuming Gender; pp. 58-83