Identity and Nostalgia on the Small Screen
Notes on Contributors
CATHERINE CONAN is Associate Professor at the University of Western Brittany in Brest. She wrote her PhD thesis on the representation of Belfast in 1990s Irish fiction and poetry. She has published a number of articles on contemporary Irish poets, notably Ciaran Carson. Her research interests include Irish ecocriticism, notably of urban spaces, and more generally the articulation of aesthetic form with political discourse.
FLORE COULOUMA is Associate Professor at the Université Paris Ouest Nanterre. She is the author of Diglossia and The Linguistic Turn: Flann O’Brien’s Philosophy of Language (2015). She has also written on contemporary Irish and American literature, as well as American and Irish TV series. Her other research interests include ecocriticism and social justice, law and linguistics.
CORNELIUS CROWLEY is Professor of British Studies at Nanterre University in Paris (Université Paris Ouest Nanterre La Défense). He has written on twentieth-century Irish literature and questions of politics and culture in Ireland. He will shortly be publishing a paper on Martin Scorsese’s Taxi Driver, titled ‘Travis Bickle’s Terminal Imitation of Christ in Taxi Driver’, in a volume of essays (Réécritures contemporaines de la passion) edited by Maxime Décout and Emilie Walezak. He will also be publishing an article (‘British Euroscepticism and the geopolitics of a post-imperial Britain’) in a book on British Euroscepticism, titled The UK’s Challenge to Europeanisation and edited by Karine Tournier-Sol and Chris Gifford.
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