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Kim McMullen

Kim McMullen has been a member of the Kenyon English department since 1984, teaching courses in twentieth-century Irish literature, postmodern narrative, American modernism, American studies and James Joyce. Interested in the intersection of gender and nationality in contemporary Irish culture, she is currently completing a book entitled “Decolonizing Rosaleen: Gender, Sexuality, and Nationality in Contemporary Irish Literature and Film.” Other research interests include the Irish literary heritage industry, the poetry of Eavan Boland and recent Irish fiction.