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Professor Eve Patten

Professor (English)
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Director of the Trinity Long Room Hub (Trinity Long Room Hub)

Eve Patten was born in Belfast and educated at Oxford University and Trinity College, Dublin. She came to Trinity in 1996, after spending three years as a British Council lecturer in Eastern Europe.
  19th Century Irish cultural history   Anglo-Irish literature, poetry   Critical theory, 20th century British and Irish fiction   Irish writing, poetry, Drama, cinema   Victorian studies, popular fiction
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Member of IASIL (International Association for the Study of Anglo-Irish Literature). Member of European Society for the Study of English
Eve Patten, Irish Literature in Transition 1940-80, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2020, 1 - 391pp, Book, PUBLISHED
'From Enniskillen to Nairobi: The Coles in British East Africa' in, editor(s)Daniel Roberts and Jonathan Wright , Ireland's Imperial Connections, 1775--1947, Switzerland, Palgrave Macmillan, 2019, pp37 - 56, [Eve Patten], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED  URL
Mark Sweetnam, 'Biblical Literature', Oxford Bibliography of British and Irish Literature, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2018, -, Notes: [DOI: 10.1093/OBO/9780199846719-0142], Bibliography, filmography, etc., PUBLISHED
Eve Patten, Review, Review of Irish Cultures of Travel: Writing on the Continent 1829-1914 , by Raphael Ingelbien , Review of Irish Studies in Europe, 2, (1), 2018, p305-307 , Review, PUBLISHED
Eve Patten, Review, Review of The Best are Leaving: Emigration and Postwar Culture, by Clair Wills , Irish University Review, 47, (1), 2018, p569-590 , Review, PUBLISHED
" 'Breaking Away': Beatrice Grimshaw and the Commercial Woman Writer" in, editor(s)Anna Plz and Whitney Standlee , Irish Women's Writing 1878-1922: Advancing the Cause of Liberty, Manchester, Manchester University Press, 2016, pp82 - 99, [Eve Patten and Jane Mahony], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
'Evelyn Waugh, Graham Greene and 1940s Ireland' in, editor(s)Dorothea Depner and Guy Woodward , Irish Culture and Wartime Europe, 1938-1948, Dublin , Four Courts Press, 2015, pp99 - 112, [Eve Patten], Notes: [9781846825620], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Eve Patten, 'Olivia Manning: A Woman at War', Review of 'Olivia Manning: A Woman at War', by David, Deirdre , Modern Language Review, 110, (1), 2015, p250-1 , Review, PUBLISHED
Eve Patten and Jason McElligott, The Perils of Print Culture: Book, Print and Publishing History in Theory and Practice , Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2014, 1 - 242pp, Book, PUBLISHED
'Modernity and Nineteenth-Century Ireland: the making of a "national reader"' in, editor(s)Mihaela Irimia and Andreea Paris , Literature and the Long Modernity, Amsterdam, New York, Rodopi, 2014, pp309 - 323, [Eve Patten], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
  

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Pádraic Whyte, Giovanna M R Lima, Sarah Bowman, Eve Patten , (2021), 'National Collection of Children's Books: Repositioning Children's Literature in Ireland' [pdf], Ireland, Trinity College Dublin, Notes: [This impact case study is supported by the Research Impact Unit, an initiative by the Office of the Dean of Research and the Trinity Long Room Hub at Trinity College Dublin. We thank Dr Caitriona Curtis for her contributions in early drafts of this document.], Impact Case Study, PUBLISHED
Aoife King (ed), Rita Duffy, Caitríona Lally, Jacob J. Erickson, Donna Lyons et al., What the Pandemic Means: Perspectives from the Trinity Long Room Hub Covid-19 Blog Collection, 2021, - 1-56, Notes: [Artwork: Rita Duffy], Miscellaneous, PUBLISHED
Eve Patten, Caoimhe Whelan, Caitriona Curtis, Policy and the Arts & Humanities in Ireland: A Position Paper by the Trinity Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Research Institute, 2021, - 1-11, Miscellaneous, PUBLISHED
Jane Ohlmeyer, Giovanna M R Lima, Sarah Bowman, Eve Patten, Micheal O Siochru, (2020), '1641 Depositions: Sharing our history, building a legacy' [pdf], Notes: [This impact case study is supported by the Research Impact Unit, an initiative by the Office of the Dean of Research and the Trinity Long Room Hub at Trinity College Dublin. We thank Dr Annaleigh Margey, Dr Edda Frankot, and Dr Caitriona Curtis for their contributions in early drafts of this document.], Impact Case Study, PUBLISHED

  

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Fellowship, Trinity College Dublin 2005
Main research interests: nineteenth and twentieth century British and Irish literature; nineteenth-century Irish cultural and civic history, and in particular the cultural history of Dublin; the writings of Samuel Ferguson, William Rowan Hamilton, Emily Lawless; the cultural history of Irish science in the nineteenth century; Yeats the the Literary Revival; modern Irish Studies and cultural theory; contemporary Irish fiction and the modern Irish autobiographical novel. Other research interests cover twentieth-century British cultural history and fiction. Specific interests in the war-related and travel writings of Rebecca West and Olivia Manning; current research in the area of British modernist writers and Ireland. Irish and British book and publishing history (C19th and 20th).