Notes and Narratives
Edited By Una Hunt and Mary Pierse
Notes on Contributors
SARAH BALEN is a lecturer in the Department of Humanities and Arts Management in IADT, Dublin. Awarded a research fellowship at the National Centre of Franco-Irish Studies in the ITT Dublin, she completed a doctoral thesis entitled ‘A City Rooted Out of Time: A Rhizomatic Analysis of Woman and the City in the Poetry of Charles Baudelaire, Fernando Pessoa, T.S. Eliot and Peter Sirr’. She has published a number of papers on the work of these poets.
JOANNE BURNS recently completed an interdisciplinary PhD study entitled ‘Music in the Life and Works of Thomas Moore, 1779–1852’. Her research at the Schools of English and Music at Queen’s University Belfast concerns exploration of various musical aspects pertaining to Moore’s career and song-books. A particular focus is on investigation of Moore’s musical knowledge and the possibility of repositioning both Moore and his song-books Irish Melodies, National Airs and Sacred Songs within the contemporary Romantic music and literary culture.
UNA HUNT is one of Ireland’s leading authorities in performance-led music research. She has undertaken consultancies at the National Library of Ireland and established The National Archive of Irish Composers:
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