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Dr. Caitriona Leahy

Assistant Professor (German)

  Criticism   Culture   German Language/Literature   Inter-Arts--Interdisciplinary Art Forms   Language and/or Literature, Comparative Liter   Language and/or Literature, Modern   Literary Criticism   Literary History   Literary theory   Modern Art   Modern German and Austrian literature   Modernism, postmodernism   Philosophical Literature   Philosophy   Post war German literature
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Committee member of Association of Third-level German Teachers in Ireland committee.
Member of Royal Irish Academy Modern Languages Committee
Language Skill Reading Skill Writing Skill Speaking
English Fluent Fluent Fluent
French Medium Medium Medium
German Fluent Fluent Fluent
Irish Medium Medium Medium
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Conference of University Teachers of German in Great Britain and Ireland 1995
Association of Third-Level Teachers of German in Ireland 1998
Comparative Literature Association of Ireland 2007
Caitriona Leahy, Marcel Illetschko, Mapping Ransmayr. Kartierungsversuche zum Werk von Christoph Ransmayr, Göttingen, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2021, 1 - 212pp, Book, PUBLISHED
Stargazing and world mapping: the human and inhuman dimensions of Christoph Ransmayr's work in, editor(s)Caitriona Leahy, Marcel Illetschko , Mapping Ransmayr. Kartierungsversuche zum Werk von Christoph Ransmayr, Göttingen, Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, 2021, pp9 - 23, [Caitriona Leahy], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Caitriona Leahy, Making Sense. In and of Doron Rabinovici, Austrian Studies, 29, 2021, p15 - 31, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Anselm Kiefer's Signature: Or - Adapting God in, editor(s)Bernadette Cronin, Rachel MagShamhráin, Nikolai Preuschoff , Adaptation as a Collaborative Art: Process and Practice, Hampshire, Palgrave, 2020, pp239 - 258, [Caitriona Leahy], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Caitriona Leahy, 'Ansem Kiefer', Field Day Podcast, Dublin, Field Day, 2018, -, Broadcast, PUBLISHED  URL
Caitriona Leahy, The Gravity and Levity of Isabel Nolan, Probe: Research Night 2017, Douglas Hyde Gallery, Trinity College Dublin, 29.9, 2017, Douglas Hyde Gallery, Invited Talk, PRESENTED
Caitriona Leahy, The circulation of knowledge in a postcolonial framework, Review of Pidgin-Knowledge. Wissen und Kolonialismus, by Harald Fischer-Tine , Transfer. Interdisciplinary Journal of Mobility Studies. Special Issue: Travel WRiting and Knowledge Transfer, Vol 7/1, 2017, Review, PUBLISHED
Disturbing Anselm Kiefer in, editor(s)Mary Fulbrook, Stephanie Bird, Julia Wagner, Christiane Wienand , Reverberations of Nazi Violence in Germany and beyond. Disturbing Pasts. , London, Bloomsbury Press, 2016, pp181 - 196, [Caitriona Leahy], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Caitriona Leahy, Examining Kleist's Marionettentheater, Aesthetics and Embodiment, Newman House, Dublin 2., 2016, Prof. Maeve Cooke, Invited Talk, PRESENTED
Caitriona Leahy, Marcel Illetschko, Mapping Christoph Ransmayr, 16-18 June 2016, In:Mapping Christoph Ransmayr, 2016, Trinity Long Room Hub, Caitriona Leahy, Marcel Illetschko, Meetings /Conferences Organised, PRESENTED

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Caitriona Leahy, Reflections on Kleist's reflections on self-reflection. Or: why learning outcomes should be abolished., Annual Conference of German Studies Association of Ireland, Cork, 24-25 November , 2017, Invited Talk, PRESENTED
Caitriona Leahy, Foreword To: Anna Nunan, Autobiographical Progression in the writings of Christa Wolf, 2011, -, Miscellaneous, PUBLISHED


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Fellow Trinity College Dublin 2014
Irish Research Council for the Humanities and Social Sciences Sabbatical
German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD) Scholarships (3)
Máire Colum Award, UCD
Archbishop Walshe Memorial Award, UCD
Class Prizes French, English, UCD
My research and teaching interests lie mostly in the area of cultural theory and its interaction with and illumination of modern and contemporary literature, and more recently, visual art.