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I am currently focusing on an ERC-funded project entitled ‘Youth Engagement in European Language Preservation, 1900-2020’. I have published a number of English-language journal articles on Irish childhood and the Irish revival, and my book publications in the Irish language

Loic Wright is a PhD candidate in the School of English, Drama and Film at University College Dublin (UCD). He holds a joint honours bachelor’s degree in English and Spanish and a Master’s degree in Anglo-Irish Literature and Culture from

Books: Nineteenth-Century Irish Sculpture, Native Genius Reaffirmed, Yale University Press, 2010; Sculpture 1600-2000, vol. 3, RIA Art and Architecture of Ireland, Yale University Press, 2014 (editor and principal author). I am currently working on nineteenth and early twentieth-century Irish-American sculptors

Róisín Kennedy is Lecturer in the School of Art History and Cultural Policy at University College Dublin. She is former Yeats Curator at the National Gallery of Ireland. She is co-editor and contributor to Harry Clarke and Artistic Visions of

Taylor Allgeier-Follett is a PhD Candidate at University College Dublin, where they are researching women in the family in contemporary Irish novels. Research interests include gender and queer theory, contemporary literature, and feminist narratology.

David Doolin returned home to Dublin in 2014 after a decade in the United States and has been teaching modules in American and Irish history at UCD since 2015. His eclectic research interests include Irish America, the United States at

Dr Zosia Kuczyńska is a Government of Ireland Postdoctoral Research Fellow at University College Dublin, mentored by Assoc. Professor Emilie Pine. She is currently working on a multi-strand research project centred on the Brian Friel Papers archived at the National