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Sinéad Kennedy is a Senior University Tutor in English at Maynooth University specialising in Marxist theory, gender and sexuality in Irish writing and culture. She completed her doctorate in critical theory and modernism at Maynooth University. She is currently completing

Lauren Arrington is Professor of English at Maynooth University. Her books include The Poets of Rapallo (OUP, 2021), Revolutionary Lives: Constance and Casimir Markievicz (Princeton UP, 2016), and Adding the Half-Pence to the Pence: W.B. Yeats, the Abbey Theatre, Censorship,

Lynsey Black is a lecturer in criminology in Maynooth University’s School of Law and Criminology. Her research explores historical criminology, gender and punishment, the death penalty, postcolonialism and borders. Her monograph ‘Gender and Punishment in Ireland: Women, Murder and the

Rory James Corbett is a PhD candidate in the Department of Music at Maynooth University, where he is currently completing his doctoral thesis. Rory’s research explores the cultural symbiosis which took place between Irish, African American and blackface minstrel music

Professor Terence Dooley teaches in the History Department at Maynooth University where he is also Director of the Centre for the Study of Historic Irish Houses and Estates. He specialises in Irish social and political history of the nineteenth and