Director of the Willson Center
Franklin Professor of English

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1260 S Lumpkin St, Athens, GA 30602

Nicholas Allen is Director of the Willson Center and Franklin Professor of English.  His books includeBroken Landscapes: Selected letters on Ernie O'Malley (Dublin, 2011), Modernism, Ireland and Civil War(Cambridge University Press, 2009), That Other Island (2007), The Proper Word (2007), George Russell and the New Ireland  (2003), and The Cities of Belfast (2003).  Recent essays have been published in The History of the Irish Book in the Twentieth Century (Oxford, 2011) and Synge and Edwardian Ireland(2011). Allen's work is located at the intersection between literature, history and  visual culture.  His interests include the study of modernism, empire, and increasingly, writing about ocean and archipelago.  Allen has taught previously at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the National University of Ireland, Galway, where he was academic director of the Moore Institute.

Website: http://www.cha.uga.edu/

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Articles Featuring Nicholas Allen

Friday, October 27, 2017 - 10:53am

Coastal Works; Cultures on the Atlantic Edge (Oxford University Press, 2017), edited by Nicholas Allen, Nick Groom and Jos Smith, was recently reviewed by The Times Literary Supplement. In her review, Pamela Clemit notes that "Coastal Works …