Dr Maria-Daniella Dick
- Lecturer in Irish and Scottish Literature Post-1900 (English Literature)
- Literature since 1900
- Continental Philosophy
- Comparative Literature
- Modernist Aesthetics
- Theory of Modernity
- Interdisciplinarity and Intermediality
- Technology and the Humanities
Before becoming Lecturer in Irish and Scottish Literature post-1900 in 2013, I taught as University Teacher in Modern Literature at the University of Glasgow and as Visiting Lecturer in the Forum for Critical Inquiry at Glasgow School of Art. I hold undergraduate degrees in English Literature from the University of Glasgow and Law from the University of Edinburgh, and an MLitt in Modernities and PhD (Dante …… Joyce. Derrida) from the University of Glasgow, both of which were funded by the AHRC.
I would be happy to discuss supervising students in my areas of research interest.
Convener, Irish and Scottish Literature in the 18th and 19th Centuries
Modern Literature 1890-1945
Irish Literature post-1900
Deputy Convener, 2B Writing and Text
1B, Novel and Narratology