Sarah McCreedy is a third-year PhD candidate at University College Cork, supervised by Dr. Alan Gibbs. Her thesis, which explores the resurgence of American literary naturalism in 21st-century American fiction as a response to neoliberalism, is funded by the Government of Ireland Postgraduate Scholarship. She is also a postgraduate representative for the Irish Association for American Studies.

Review: Irish Association for American Studies Annual Conference 2019

University College Cork

Conference Review: ‘Confidence-Men and Hucksters, Corruption and Governance in the U.S.’, Irish Association for American Studies Annual Conference, University College Cork, Ireland, April 12th-13th 2019 https://iaas.ie/iaas-annual-conference/ Interested in the parallels between Donald Trump’s presidency and the 2004 novel The Plot Against America, in January 2017, The New Yorker (https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2017/01/30/philip-roth-e-mails-on-trump) contacted… Continue reading