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Research Interests

Dr Claire Moran is a literary specialist and art historian who works on nineteenth and early-twentieth century France and Belgium. Her research focuses on text-image relations, artists' writings and nineteenth-century social and cultural history. Her publications include articles on Impressionist, Symbolist and Expressionist art and literature, as well as scholarly editions of artists' writings, an edited volume on art and theatre in nineteenth-century France and Belgium and a monograph on Performance and Self-Portraiture. More recently, her research has focused on representations of domestic space in French and Belgian modernism. She has supervised a number of students at Masters and PhD level on topics as varied as Performance in 19thc France to Contemporary poetry and urban renewal. She is interested in hearing from potential students who would like to work on interdisciplinary projects (art, literature, architecture, theatre studies).

Teaching

I have taught  courses at every level from level 1 Beginners' Language to Masters.

I currently offer the following courses:

Undergraduate

Level 1 - 'Introduction to French Studies 1 - Impressionism and Nineteenth-century France'

Level 2 - 'Symbolism - From the Exotic to the Femme Fatale'

Level 3 - 'Modernisms - Cubism and Surrealism' ; 'Paris: Capitale de la Modernité'

 

Particulars

Education

PhD (French) (Trinity College, Dublin, 2004)

MPhil (Textual and Visual Studies) (Trinity College, Dublin, 1999)

MA (English) (NUI Galway, 1996)

BA (English and French) (NUI Galway, 1994)

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Research Output

‘Noa Noa’ by Paul Gauguin and Charles Morice

Moran, C. (ed.), 21 Aug 2017, London: MHRA. 96 p. (Critical Texts; vol. 50)

Research output: Book/ReportScholarly edition

  • Domestic and Interior Space in Nineteenth-Century Belgium

    Bauer, D. & Moran, C., 02 Apr 2019, In : Dix-Neuf. 22, 3-4, p. 155-163 9 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalSpecial issue

  • Fernand Khnopff and the Aesthetics of Intimacy

    Moran, C., 02 Apr 2019, In : Dix-Neuf. p. 1-15 15 p.

    Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

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    Domestic Space in France and Belgium: Art, Literature and Design (1860-1910)

    Moran, C. (ed.), 01 Jan 2018, (Accepted) New York: Bloomsbury. 300 p.

    Research output: Book/ReportBook

  • Prizes

    SWAN Bronze award

    Moran, Claire (Recipient) & Tristram, Anna (Recipient), 30 Nov 2015

    Prize: Prize (including medals and awards)

  • Activities

    Societe des Dix-Neuviemistes

    Claire Moran (Speaker)

    26 Mar 2018

    Activity: Participating in or organising an event typesParticipation in conference

    Consultancy re Athena Swan - King's College, London

    Claire Moran (Advisor)

    16 Feb 2018

    Activity: Consultancy typesKTP & Consultancy in kind

    Adeffi Annual Conference, University College Dublin : Athena SWAN

    Claire Moran (Advisor)

    19 Oct 2018

    Activity: Consultancy typesKTP & Consultancy in kind

    External Examiner - French Studies

    Claire Moran (Examiner)

    01 Jan 201801 Jan 2022

    Activity: Examination typesUG external examination

    Francofest 2018

    Claire Moran (Examiner)

    05 Feb 2018

    Activity: Other activity typesHosting a school group or open day

    Thesis

    Against the Grain: The Poetics of Non-Normative Masculinity in Decadent French Literature

    Author: Rickard, M., Jul 2020

    Supervisor: Moran, C. (Supervisor), Wilson, S. (Supervisor), Sumpter, C. (Supervisor) & Jeannerod, D. (Supervisor)

    Student thesis: Doctoral ThesisDoctor of Philosophy