ACIS Logo MaryAnn Ryan

Ph.D. University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, August 2011. English Literature.

M.A. St. Xavier University, Chicago,1997. June, 1997. English Literature.

B.A. Western Illinois University, Macomb, IL,1990. English Literature

Dissertation: Abject Lessons: Semiotic Eruptions in the Drama of John Millington Synge


“Fear and Loathing in Fermanagh: Apostasy and Ambiguity in Vincent Woods’ At the Black Pig’s Dyke.” Chapter in Book, Beyond Realism: Experimental and Unconventional Irish Drama Since the Revival, Joan Fitzpatrick Dean and José Lanters, Eds. 56 DQR. Studies in Literature. Rodopi Press, 2015.

“A Network of Sympathies and Distant Connections: The Irish-American Writing of

Tess Gallagher.” Chapter in anthology of critical writings “Too Smart to Be Sentimental”: Contemporary Irish American Women Fiction Writers, Sally Ebest and Kathleen McInerney, Eds. University of Notre Dame Press, 2008.

Book Review:

The Irish Dramatic Revival 1899-1939 by Anthony Roche. London, New York: Bloomsbury Metheun, 2015. April, 2016 in The New Hibernia Review, U. of St.Thomas P., St. Paul, MN

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