We are delighted to hear that Caroline’s new book is to appear in Spring 2024. The publisher’s press release follows: Icon is to publish Harpy: A Manifesto for Childfree Women a meditation on the choice of not having children, and critique of the structures that condemn women who make an active choice not to be
Salford will be well represented at the 21st conference of the Asociación Española de Estudios Irlandeses (Spanish Association for Irish Studies) at the University of Valencia. Three papers have been accepted – from Reader in Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Literature Dr Caroline Magennis and two PhD students, Elsie Unsworth and Katie Barnes. Caroline will present from her work on
We are delighted to announce the latest English Research Seminar, taking place in person on Wednesday 7 December between 2:30 and 4:30 on the University of Salford campus. Unfortunately Caroline Magennis will now not appear due to illness. If you wish to attend as a member of the public, please contact Scott Thurston on S.Thurston@salford.ac.uk.
Caroline Magennis named joint winner of British Association for Contemporary Literary Studies Monograph Prize
Dr Caroline Magennis’ book Northern Irish Writing After the Troubles has been named the joint winner of the British Association for Contemporary Literary Studies Monograph Prize. Dr Magennis is a Reader in Twentieth and Twenty-First Century Literature in the English Subject area, and the themes of this book are taught on her popular third year
Caroline Magennis to give keynote at ‘Prophets, Makers and Risk Takers: A Showcase of Writing from Northern Ireland‘
We are delighted to report that Dr Caroline Magennis will be delivering the Keynote Address at ‘Prophets, Makers and Risk Takers: A Showcase of Writing from Northern Ireland‘: a 2-day festival that brings leading writers in Northern Ireland together, in person and online, to share their ideas and skills with emerging writers, and to promote