My research interests include early modern women's writing and especially autobiographical texts, manuscript form and culture, and the literature, culture, and history of early modern Ireland.
Ann-Maria Walsh is a Marie Curie Individual Actions Fellow, mentored by Dr Ramona Wray, working on the research project 'Women's Epistolary Networks, 1600-1700: Ireland and Beyond.'
2020-2021, I am currently co-supervising a PhD thesis.
2018-2019, I designed and led a workshop, 'Early Modern Dublin: A City of Culture' as part of the MA in Renaissance Literature and Culture at University College Dublin. This workshop format was aimed at introducing and encouraging students to engage with early modern sources and sites which still survive in contemporary Dublin. I conducted students on tours of the early modern city and organised visits and workshops situated in Smock Alley Theatre and Marsh’s Library.
Past teaching experience covers all undergraduate levels. I have taught the following modules at University College Dublin: 2017-18, Shakespeare in Context, Level 3; 2017-18, Renaissance Revenge Tragedy, Level 3; 2016-17, Literary Genre: the Art of Criticism and the Craft of Writing, Level 1; 2014-15, Writing and Performance in the Age of Shakespeare, Level 2.
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