Faculty Directory--David Lloyd
Professor David Lloyd
joined the Irish studies community as a visiting professor in the Spring of 2008. Professor Lloyd has published primarily in the field of Irish literature and culture and on colonialism and nationalism. His books in Irish Studies include: Nationalism and Minor Literature: James Clarence Mangan and the Emergence of Irish Cultural Nationalism (1987); Anomalous States: Irish Writing and the Postcolonial Moment (1993); Ireland After History (2000); and a special issue of Interventions, "Ireland's Modernities" (2003). A new collection of essays, Irish Times: Essays on the History and Temporality of Irish Modernity will appear from Field Day Press, Dublin, 2008. He is currently at work on a further book, A History of the Irish Orifice: the Irish Body and Modernity. Dr. Lloyd joined Notre Dame from the University of Southern California where he teaches on Irish literature, cultural and postcolonial theory and British and Anglophone literature from Romanticism to the present.