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Catherine Morris was a postdoctorial research fellow at the John Hume Global Irish Institute at University College Dublin from 2008-2010. During her time as a research fellow she drafted the manuscript for her book, "Alice Milligan and the Irish Cultural Revival" and was invited to guest curate the exhibition: "Discover Alice Milligan and the irish Cultural Revival" at the National Library of Ireland. Opened by Fiona Shaw, the exhibition ran from November 2010 to March 2011. After completing her fellowship at UCD, Dr Catherine Morris was appointed Cultural Coordinator at Trinity College Dublin and the National Library of Ireland.


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Publications and research projects:
Co-editor with Spurgeon Thompson, James Connolly special issue of Interventions, an International Journal of Postcolonial Studies (Spring Summer 2008).

"The Northern Patriot: Cultural Revivals in Belfast, 1890-1900", a chapter in Nicholas Allen and Aaron Kelly (eds.), Cities of Belfast (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2003)

"Becoming Irish? The Paradoxes of Identity", a chapter in Margaret Kelleher (ed.), Irish University Review, Special Issue: The Irish Literary Revival (Spring/Summer 2003)

Research editor with John Kelly, The Letters of W. B. Yeats Volumes IV & V (Oxford University Press).

Research editor: A Guide to Irish Fiction, 1650-1900 (Four Courts Press, 2006).


Contact details

Email: catherine.morris@ucd.ie

UCD John Hume Global Irish Institute
University College Dublin
Dublin 4.