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Dr Muireann O'Cinneide B.A.,M.Phil.,D.Phil.,PGDip
Muireann O’Cinneide is a graduate of University College Cork (BA 1998, English & Latin) and Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford (M.Phil. in Victorian Literature 2000, D.Phil. 2003). She teaches literature of the eighteenth, nineteenth, and twentieth centuries, giving undergraduate courses in eighteenth-century novels and poetry, literature of the Romantic period, and Victorian literature. At graduate level she is Course Director for the MA in Culture and Colonialism. Her main research interests are in women’s writing, politics, and colonial and postcolonial literature and theory (especially travel writing). Her most recent work was on aristocratic women’s writing in the Victorian period, and she is currently working on nineteenth-century travel writing and conflict narratives.
|O Cinneide, M. (2008) Monograph: Aristocratic Women and the Literary Nation, 1832-1867. Palgrave Studies in Nineteenth-Century. [Details]|
|O Cinneide, M. (2010) '“Conflict and Imperial Communication: Narrating the First Afghan War”' In: Birch,D.; Llewellyn,M (eds). Conflict and Difference in Nineteenth-Century Literature. Basingstoke & NY: Palgrave Macmillan. [Details]|
Peer Reviewed Journals
|O Cinneide, M. (2003) 'The Victorian Suburb as Imperial Stage'. Journeys, 7.1 . [Details]|
|O Cinneide, M. (2007) 'The Silver-Fork Novel Across Romantic & Victorian Views: Class, Gender and Commodity Culture, 1820-1841'. Literature Compass, 4.4 . [Details]|
|M.O'Cinneide (2009) '“Oriental Interests, Interesting Orients: Class, Authority and the Reception of Knowledge'. Critical Survey, 21 (1). [Details]|
|O Cinneide, M. (2006) Conflict & Imperial Communication: Narrating the First Afghan War: Victorian Conflicts . BAVS (British Association of Victorian Studies). Liverpool: Conference Paper [Details]|
|O Cinneide, M. (2007) Kipling & Surtees: Exotic Englands, Familiar Indias. Kipling Conference. Kent: Conference Paper [Details]|
|O Cinneide, M. (2007) Packaging Disaster: Empire & the Cultural Industry of War: Victorian Cultural Industries . BAVS (British Association of Victorian Studies). Salford: Conference Paper [Details]|
|O Cinneide, M. (2007) Keynote Address: Confrontation & Imperial Communication: Narrating the First Afghan War. Confrontation BCLA (British Comparative Lit Association). Graduate Conference - Goldsmith's: Conference Paper [Details]|
|O Cinneide, M. (2008) Travellers' Bodies & Material Texts: Victorian Women's Narratives of Imperial Suffering Bodies and Things. Victorian Literature and the Matter of Culture. Oxford: Conference Paper [Details]|
|O Cinneide, M. (2008) Elite Lives: Aristocratic Women & the Domestic Memoir: Life and Works: The Contexts and Practices of Victorian Life-Writing. Keele: Conference Paper [Details]|
|O Cinneide, M. (2008) Travellers' Minds & Soldiers' Bodies: Inscribing Feeling in the Work of Alexander Kinglake . BAVS (British Association of Victorian Studies). Leicester: Conference Paper [Details]|
|O'Cinneide, M. (2009) “Votes, Bonnets & Beer: Electoral Marketplaces in the Mid-Victorian Novel”: Victorian Markets & Marketing - VSAWC (Victorian Studies Association of Western Canada) & VISAWUS (Victorian Interdisciplinary Studies Association of the Western United States) - Vancouver - Oct 2009. Conference Paper [Details]|
|M.O'Cinneide (2010) “Fighting, Feelings and Genres in Alexander Kinglake’s Eothen and The Invasion of the Crimea - Fighting Victorians - NVSA (Northeast Victorian Studies Assoc.). Conference Paper [Details]|
|O'Cinneide, M. (2010) “Mutinous Flight or Mutinous Fight? - Women’s Journeys in Accounts of the 1857-8 Indian Uprising.”- Women’s Journeys - BWWC (British Women Writers Conference) - Texas A&M - April 2010. Conference Paper [Details]|
|M.O'Cinneide (2011) “Camels, Elephants & Motley Processions: The Hidden Costs of Imperial Transport”: Modes of Transport: Travel Writing and Form, 1780-1914. Conference Paper [Details]|
|O'Cinneide, M. (2007) Entries on Frank O’Connor & Kate Atkinson. In A Companion to the British Short Story & Short Fiction. Ed. Andrew Maunder. Facts on File: New York; 2007. Other Item [Details]|
|O Cinneide, M. (2007) Entries on Frank O'Connor & Kate Atkinson. In A Companion to the British Short Story & Short Fiction. Facts on File. New York: Other Item [Details]|
|O'Cinneide, M. (2009) Guest Editor, “The British Empire and Victorian Literature & Culture”, Victorian Network I (August 2009). Other Item [Details]|
|O'Cinneide, M. (2011) Education & Empire, edited essay collection with Fiona Bateman.(Forthcoming). Other Item [Details]|
|O'Cinneide, M. (2011) “Burney’s Wanderers & Brontë’s Silent Revolts: The Romantic Legacy of Revolution in Mid-Victorian Women’s Writing”. In Romantic Legacies, ed. Carmen Casaliggi & Paul Russell, (collection accepted for publication by Routledge). Other Item [Details]|
|O'Cinneide, M. (2011) Edited volume of Margaret Oliphant’s short stories for Pickering & Chatto series. General Editors Elisabeth Jay & Joanne Shattock.(Forthcoming) . Other Item [Details]|
|O'Cinneide, M. (2011) “Influence, Ideology and the Political Hostess in Mary Ward’s Marcella and Sir George Tressady”. In Mary Augusta Ward: A Collection of Critical Essays. Ed. John Ballam. Amsterdam: Rodolphi.(Forthcoming) . Other Item [Details]|