Clare Wallace

Ph.D., Charles University, Czech Republic
M.A., University College Dublin, Ireland
B.A., Trinity College Dublin, Ireland

Clare Wallace is a graduate of Trinity College Dublin (B.A.), University College Dublin (M.A.), and Charles University (Ph.D.) where she a senior lecturer at the Department of Anglophone Literature and Cultures. She teaches in the fields of Irish studies, drama (American and British and theories of performance), literary and cultural studies, as well as higher level composition/academic writing courses. At present her research interests centre on Irish Studies, Theatre, and Cosmopolitanism. She is currently working on a Critical Companion to David Greig for Methuen.

She joined UNYP in 2000 where she has developed and taught various courses ranging from Composition I and II, and Research Writing to Analysis and Intepretation of Literature, Short Story, Literature and Politics, The Novel: Rise and Development, Modernist Prose, and Great Books: Enlightenment to the Modern Era.

Clare is the author of Suspect Cultures: Narrative, Identity and Citation in 1990s New Drama (2006) and editor of Cosmotopia: Transnational Identities in David Greig’s Theatre with Anja Müller (2011), Stewart Parker Television Plays (2008), Stewart Parker: Dramatis Personae and Other Writings with Gerald Dawe and Maria Johnston (2008), Monologues: Theatre, Performance, Subjectivity (2006), Global Ireland: Irish Literatures in the New Millennium, edited with Ondřej Pilný (2006), Giacomo Joyce: Envoys of the Other, edited with Louis Armand (2002; rpt. 2006). Since moving to Prague she has also been involved with a number of literary journals and magazines including Jedím Okem/One Eye Open, The Prague Review, PLR and VLAK.

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