Assistant Professor
Department of English
East Carolina University
(Associate member: association with Trinity College Dublin and the Discovery Programme)

Research Interests:
Late Medieval and Early Modern Ireland (Archaeology, History, Literature)
The “Renaissance” in Ireland
Sir Walter Raleigh
Edmund Spenser
The Pale
Plantation/Colonial History and Archaeology

Select Publications:
Spenser’s Irish Work: Poetry, Plantation and Colonial Reformation (Ashgate, 2007)

Co-editor, with Michael Potterton, Ireland in the Renaissance, 1540-1660 (Four Courts Press, 2007)

Editor, Sir Walter Ralegh in Ireland by John Pope Hennessy (UCD Press, 2009)

Current Teaching:

Shakespeare and Literary Surveys

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