Sinéad Moynihan is a Lecturer in Twentieth-Century Literature at the University of Exeter. Her research interests cluster around American, Irish and Transatlantic Literature and Culture, particularly in relation to questions of race, migration, displacement and diaspora. Dr. Moynihan's most recent major publication, the outcome of a Leverhulme Early Career Fellowship, is "Other People's Diasporas": Negotiating Race in Contemporary Irish and Irish-American Culture (Syracuse, NY: Syracuse UP, 2013). Her current research focuses on representations of the "Returned Yank" in the Irish cultural imagination during the second half of twentieth century.

60 Seconds With Sinéad Moynihan

Who would you invite to your fantasy dinner party?

“Do they have to be American? Miriam Margolyes, Tina Fey, Mary McCarthy, Alice McDermott…oh dear, this is very Judy Chicago! So passé!” Continue reading