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Anne Mulhall

Structural Adjustments: literature of protest and the politics of criticism in neoliberal Ireland

Anne Mulhall is a lecturer in the School of English, Drama & Film at University College Dublin, where she directs the Centre for Gender, Culture & Identities and the MA in Gender, Sexuality & Culture. She teaches and writes in the areas of Gender, Feminist & Queer Studies, Critical Theory, and contemporary Irish writing and culture. She co-edited Irish Postmodernisms and Popular Culture with Wanda Balzano and Moynagh Sullivan (2007), and ‘Queering the Issue’, a special issue of the Irish University Review on Queer Irish Studies (2013). She has published extensively in queer, feminist and psychoanalytic theory, contemporary Irish writing and culture, and critical migration studies, including articles and special features in Social Text Periscope, Studies in Gender & Sexuality, Éire-Ireland, Poligrafi, and Studies in the Maternal. Her book Anne Enright: Excavating the Present is coming out as part of the ‘Contemporary Irish Writers’ series from Bucknell/Cork University Press next year.

Anne Mulhall

Structural Adjustments: literature of protest and the politics of criticism in neoliberal Ireland

Anne Mulhall is a lecturer in the School of English, Drama & Film at University College Dublin, where she directs the Centre for Gender, Culture & Identities and the MA in Gender, Sexuality & Culture. She teaches and writes in the areas of Gender, Feminist & Queer Studies, Critical Theory, and contemporary Irish writing and culture. She co-edited Irish Postmodernisms and Popular Culture with Wanda Balzano and Moynagh Sullivan (2007), and ‘Queering the Issue’, a special issue of the Irish University Review on Queer Irish Studies (2013). She has published extensively in queer, feminist and psychoanalytic theory, contemporary Irish writing and culture, and critical migration studies, including articles and special features in Social Text Periscope, Studies in Gender & Sexuality, Éire-Ireland, Poligrafi, and Studies in the Maternal. Her book Anne Enright: Excavating the Present is coming out as part of the ‘Contemporary Irish Writers’ series from Bucknell/Cork University Press next year.