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Ralahine Visitors

Current Ralahine Visiting Scholars (Autumn-Winter 2019-2020)

* Dr Carla Almanza-Gálvez, Independent Scholar (C18 Hispanic Studies), Lima, Peru (author of Form and Reform in Eighteenth-Century Spain. Utopian Narratives and Socio-Political Debate, Legenda, 2019)

* Dr Maxim Shadurski, Associate Professor of English, Siedlce University of Natural Sciences and Humanities, Poland (author of The Nationality of Utopia. H.G. Wells, England and the World State, Routledge, 2019)

Ralahine is delighted to be hosting these two distinguished utopian scholars as they develop their latest research projects.

Previous visiting researchers and speakers at the Ralahine Centre include the following:

  • Morten Auklend, University of Bergen
  • Raffaella Baccolini, University of Bologna-Forlì
  • Antonis Balasopoulos, University of Cyprus
  • Angelika Bammer, Emory University
  • John Barry, Queens University, Belfast
  • Geoff Berry, Monash University
  • Gregory Claeys, History, Royal Holloway
  • Nathaniel Coleman, Newcastle University
  • Cecilia Cruccolini, University of Bologna-Forlì
  • Terry Eagleton, University of Manchester
  • Peter Fitting, French and Cinema Studies, University of Toronto
  • Robert Fogarty, Editor, The Antioch Review
  • Vita Fortunati, Centro Interdipartimentale Di Ricera Sull’Utopia, Università di Bologna
  • Pere Gallardo, Universitat Rovira i Virgili, Catalunya
  • Mark Garavan, Sociology, GMIT
  • Michael Gardiner, Sociology, University of Western Ontario
  • Vincent Geoghegan, Queens University, Belfast
  • Marius de Geus, Politics, Leiden
  • Luke Gibbons, Drama and Literature, Notre Dame University
  • Barbara Goodwin, Politics, University of East Anglia
  • Heidi Hansson, University of Umeå, Sweden
  • Michael D. Higgins, Sociology, NUI Galway
  • Naomi Jacobs, English, University of Maine
  • Fredric Jameson, Literature, Duke University
  • Fergal Lenehan, Friedrich-Schiller Universität
  • Liam Leonard, Sligo Institute of Technology
  • Ruth Levitas, Sociology, Bristol University
  • Mike McCormack, Novelist
  • Susan McManus, Queens University, Belfast
  • Andrew Milner, Monash University
  • Diane Morgan, Leeds University
  • Mary Murphy, NUI-Maynooth
  • Maureen O'Connor, University College Cork
  • Louis de Paor, Centre for Irish Studies, National University of Ireland,Galway
  • Patrick Parrinder, University of Reading
  • Lucía Payero, University of Oviedo
  • Davie Philip, Cloughjordan Ecovillage
  • Henrike Rau, Sociology, National University of Ireland, Galway
  • Kim Stanley Robinson, Writer
  • Kenneth Roemer, English, University of Texas at Arlington
  • Richard Saage, University of Halle-Wittenberg
  • Simona Sangiorgi, University of Bologna, Forli
  • Lyman Tower Sargent, University of Missouri-St. Louis and Oxford University
  • Lucy Sargisson, Politics, University of Nottingham
  • Maxim Shadurski, English, Siedlce University
  • Arpad Szakolczai, University College Cork
  • Fátima Vieira, University of Porto
  • Phillip E. Wegner, University of Florida
  • Erik Olin Wright, Sociology, University of Wisconsin-Madison
  • Hoda M. Zaki, Politics and African American Studies, Hood College
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