I am a PhD candidate currently in the third year of my doctoral studies at the school of English at Trinity College Dublin under the supervision of Dr. Clare Clarke. My PhD research looks at domestic noir fiction, a very popular subgenre of crime fiction, specifically the work of Gillian Flynn, who wrote Gone Girl, Dark Places, and Sharp Objects. My research is funded by the Irish Research Council. I have been a member of the IAAS since 2014 and worked as one of the association’s web interns from 2016-2018.

Review: IAAS Postgraduate Symposium

‘This is America? Shaping, Making and Recreating’, IAAS Postgraduate Symposium, Trinity College Dublin, 10 November 2018 Programme: https://issuu.com/iaas/docs/iaaspg18_programme.docx The 2018 postgraduate symposium for the Irish Association for American Studies, co-organised by Postgraduate and Early Career Caucus co-chairs Sarah Cullen and James Hussey, set out to explore the narrative creation and… Continue reading