Dr Eamon McCarthy
- Lecturer (Hispanic Studies)
My research interests coalesce around questions of gender and sexuality, with a particular focus on Argentine visual culture. I have published on the Borges siblings and have been invited to speak on my work in the UK, Spain and Argentina. I have recently completed a monograph dedicated to Norah Borges. I am continuing my work related to women arts and am also currently working on queer Argentine fiction.
I am also secretary of the Society for Latin American Studies.
I am happy to supervise students in any of the following areas:
- Twentieth Century Hispanic Women Artists
- Latin American Literature (particularly Southern Cone)
- Gender & Sexuality Studies
- Latin American Cinema (particularly Argentina)
- The historical avant-garde in Spain and Latin America
- The influence of European culture in Argentina
- Russo, Joseph
The Worker and the Literature of Social Protest in Germany (1889 - 1933)
I am a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. In 2016 I won both a College Teaching Award and an SRC Student Teaching Award (in the category of Best Dissertation Supervisor).
I am currently the College Quality Officer, UG Language Co-ordinator for the school, and have previously taken a leading role in schools liaison and student recruitment.
- Spanish Language 1 (Non Beginners)
- Spanish Culture 1 (Course convener)
- Spanish Culture 2
- Exploring Latin America Through Film (Honours Course)
- Images of Women in 20th Century Hispanic Cultures (Honours Course)
- Queer Subjectivities (Honours Course)
- Representing Disappearance: Cultural Responses to Argentina's Dirty War (Honours Course)
In addition to teaching in Hispanic Studies, I contribute to courses in Comparative Literature and teach on the cross-school course entitled Text/Image Cultures: Theories and Practice.
I convene and teach on the ATLS Spanish to English Translation course as part of the MSc Translation Studies. I also teach on Transnational Constructions of Gender on the MLitt Comparative Literature and contibute to the MLitt in Modernities.