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Dr Claire Lynch

Dr Claire Lynch
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Summary

Claire Lynch is programme leader for the English BA at Brunel University London. A graduate of the University of Kent and the University of Oxford, Claire is a Senior Lecturer specialising in autobiography and contemporary Irish literature.

Claire is the Secretary of the British Association of Irish Studies (BAIS), complies the UK bibliography for the International Association of Studies in Irish Literatures (IASIL) and is founding co-Editor and now Advisory Board Member of H-Memory, the international discussion and review resource.

Newest selected publications

Lynch, C. (2016) 'Irish life-writing in the digital era', in Harte, L. (ed.) A History of Irish Autobiography. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press.

Book chapter

Lynch, C. (2016) 'Twentieth Century Workers' Biographies', in Pierse, M. (ed.) A Cambridge History of Irish Working-Class Writing. Cambridge : Cambridge University Press.

Book chapter

Lynch, C. (2014) '“Educate that you might be free”: Childhood Reading in Irish Literary Autobiography', in Smith, J. and Luddy, M. (eds.) Children, childhood and Irish society 1500 to the present. Dublin : Four Courts Press. ISBN 13: 978-1-84682-525-5.

Book chapter

Lynch, C. (2014) 'The Drinker with the Writing Problem: Brendan Behan's Anecdotes of Alcoholism'. Irish University Review: a journal of Irish studies. pp. 165 - 181. ISSN: 0021-1427 Open Access Link

Journal article

Lynch, C. (2013) 'Ante-Autobiography and the Archive of Childhood'. Prose Studies: history, theory, criticism, 35 (1). pp. 97 - 112.Open Access Link

Journal article
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