Studies in Literature and Culture
Edited By Carmen Zamorano Llena and Billy Gray
Notes on Contributors
CIÁRAN BENSON is Emeritus Professor of Psychology at UCD School of Psychology, Dublin. He has been intimately involved in Irish cultural policy formation since the late 1970s. As well as developing the first national framework for the arts in Irish education in 1978 (The Place of the Arts in Irish Education, Dublin, The Arts Council, 1979), he was also the founding Chairman of the Irish Film Institute (1980–84) and of the City Arts Centre in Dublin (1985–91). From 1993 to 1998 he was Chairman of The Arts Council of Ireland. Currently he is chairman of Poetry Ireland, amongst other organizations. He has written extensively on psychology, philosophy and education, as well as on cultural policy and art criticism. His books include The Absorbed Self: Pragmatism, Psychology and Aesthetic Experience (1993) and The Cultural Psychology of Self: Place Morality and Art in Human Worlds (2001). He has been an ESRI Research Fellow, a Fellow of the Salzburg Seminar, A Royal Irish Academy-British Academy Exchange Fellow, a Fulbright Fellow, a UCD President’s Research Fellow and a Fellow of the Stone Theory Institute Chicago. In 2007 he held the invited Davis Chair of Interdisciplinary Studies in Georgetown University, Washington DC. He is an Honorary Life Member of the Irish Film Institute and a Fellow of the Psychological Society of Ireland.
JOHN BRAIDWOOD is Senior Lecturer in Irish and British Cultural Studies at the University of Oulu. He studied Russian and Religious Studies at Leeds University and...
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