School Of English, Drama & Film
Humanities Institute Ireland
Shonagh Hill joined UCD in 2016 as an Irish Research Council
Postdoctoral Fellow. Shonagh's project is titled Embodied Mythmaking: A
Genealogy of Women in Irish Theatre.
Prior to this, Shonagh taught in the English Department at St. Patrick's College, Dublin City University, as well as in the drama department of Queen's University Belfast, while undertaking her doctoral studies.
Shonagh is engaged in national and international scholarly communities as a member of the Irish Society for Theatre Research and the International Federation for Theatre Research.
|Shonagh Hill (2012) 'Female Self-Authorship and Reperformance of the 'Good Death' in Marina Carr's Woman and Scarecrow' In: Rhona Trench (eds). Staging Thought: Essays on Irish Theatre, Scholarship and Practice. Bern: Peter Lang. [Details]|
|Shonagh Hill (2015) ''Popular Feminisms' and the Radical Within: Menopausal Women's Desire for Visibility in Marie Jones's Women on the Verge of HRT' In: Tom Maguire and Eugene McNulty (eds). The Theatre of Marie Jones: Telling stories from the ground up. Dublin: Carysfort Press. [Details]|
|Shonagh Hill (2015) 'Olwen Fouéré's Corpus: The Performer's Body and her Body of Work' In: Miriam Haughton and Maria Kurdi (eds). Radical Contemporary Theatre Practices by Women in Ireland. Dublin: Carysfort Press. [Details]|
|Shonagh Hill (2016) 'Olwen Fouéré's Corpus: The Performer's Body and her Body of Work' In: Finola Cronin and Eamonn Jordan (eds). Contemporary Irish Theatre and Performance Studies Reader. Dublin: Carysfort Press. [Details]|
|Shonagh Hill (2017) 'Feeling Out of Place: The 'affective dissonance' of the feminist spectator in The Boys of Foley Street' In: Elin Diamond, Denise Varney and Candice Amich (eds). Performance, Feminism and Affect in Neoliberal Times. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan. [Details]|
|Shonagh Hill and Cormac O'Brien (Ed.). (2017) Gender, Sexuality and the City. Dublin: Carysfort Press. [Details]|
Peer Reviewed Journals
|Shonagh Hill (2011) 'Crossing the Boundaries: Transgression Enacted'. Theatre Research International, 36 (3):278-282. [Details]|
|Shonagh Hill (2012) 'Ghostly Surrogates and Unhomely Memories: Performing the Past in Marina Carr's Portia Coughlan'. Etudes Irlandaises, 37 (1):173-187. [Details]|
|Shonagh Hill (2009) 'Articulating the Abject: Metamorphosis in Marina Carr's The Mai' Platform 4 (1) :44-59. [Details]|
|Shonagh Hill (2010) 'Book review of Crossroads: Performance Studies and Irish Culture' Platform 5 (1) :135-137. [Details]|
Shonagh's research interests include women and
performance, embodiment, affect, Irish theatre, postfeminism and neoliberalism.