A Domain of One’s Own: Taking Control of Digital Selfhood

I attended Jim Groom’s talk in Cork (31st march 2017) and want to say a few words while it’s fresh… Continue Reading A Domain of One’s Own: Taking Control of Digital Selfhood

Kerouacking the Classroom and Talmudic-Style Annotation of Poetry

I teach a final year seminar called America With[out] Borders, and among the required readings are¬†long poems by Lorna Dee… Continue Reading Kerouacking the Classroom and Talmudic-Style Annotation of Poetry

Chicanas Speak Out in the Context of the Women’s March

On this dark day I am preparing for lectures next week, focusing on my students rather than paying any attention… Continue Reading Chicanas Speak Out in the Context of the Women’s March

Staffless Libraries in Ireland: A Brief Appreciation of Librarians

Former minister Mary O’Rourke penned an open letter to Simon Coveney¬†regarding plans to roll out staffless libraries across Ireland. It’s… Continue Reading Staffless Libraries in Ireland: A Brief Appreciation of Librarians

Much To-Do about Organsing My Time: Managing the Mess of Schedules and Lists

As the tasks and deadlines of the new year loom I find my eyes drawn to any tweet, post, update… Continue Reading Much To-Do about Organsing My Time: Managing the Mess of Schedules and Lists

Teaching Philosophy

*I decided that posting my Teaching Philosophy here is long overdue, so below is the most up-to-date version as of… Continue Reading Teaching Philosophy

#AcWriMo Update: Explorations in Peer Review, Data Collection, and Losing Myself in the Chthulucene

Unfortunately, I have not been able to maintain the kind of momentum I was so optimistic about at the beginning… Continue Reading #AcWriMo Update: Explorations in Peer Review, Data Collection, and Losing Myself in the Chthulucene

#AcWriMo 2016 Goals

It’s about that time of year again when us #AcWriMo devotees declare our intentions for the month ahead (and when… Continue Reading #AcWriMo 2016 Goals