Kincaid, Andrew

Associate Professor
English - General
Kincaid, Andrew

Degrees:

MA & PhD, Department of Cultural Studies and Comparative Literature, University of Minnesota
BA, Trinity College, Dublin

Research Interests:

Urbanism
Modernism
Postcolonial Theory
Irish Studies

Teaching Interests:

Literary and Critical Theory
Modern Literature
Global/Postcolonial Literature
Irish Studies

Other Relevant Activities:

Advisory Board of Center for Celtic Studies
Advisory Board of Modern Studies

Recent Publications:

Kincaid, Andrew F., and Kincaid, Andrew F. Daily Life in Dublin: From War to Shopping, From Politics to Tourism. Breac, 2016.
Kincaid, Andrew F., and Rogers, James. ““‘Somewhere in Infinite Space’: John Mitchel’s Jail Journal and Oceanic Literature”.” New Hibernia Review 20.3 Ed. James Rogers. (2016): 19-38.
Kincaid, Andrew F., and Mannion, Elizabeth. “Detecting Hope: Ken Bruen's Disenchanted P.I.” The Contemporary Irish Detective Novel. Palgrave-Macmillan, (2016): 57-73.
Kincaid, Andrew F. “'Subverting the Waves of Capital: Piracy and Fiction in the Wake of Union'.” Where Motley is Worn: Transnational Irish Literatures. University College, Cork. Ireland, (2015).
Kincaid, Andrew F., Creasy, Matthew, and Randall, Bryony. “Review of 'Irish Culture and Colonial Modernity 1800-2000: The Transformation of Oral Space,' by David LLoyd.” Literature and History 22.1 Ed. Matthew Creasy and Bryony Randall. University of Manchester Press, (2013).
Kincaid, Andrew F., and Moorjani, Angela. “MAPPING THE FUTURE: Endgame, Premediation, and the War on Terror.” Samuel Beckett Today/Aujord'hui, Rodopi 25.1 Ed. Angela Moorjani. (2013).
Kincaid, Andrew F., and Krause, Linda. “'From 'The Dead' to the Dead: The Disposable Bodies and Disposable Culture of Celtic Tiger Noir.'.” Sustaining Cities. Ed. Linda Krause. Rutgers University Press, (2012): 123-138.
Kincaid, Andrew F. “Review of 'Public Works: Infrastructure, Irish Modernism, and the Postcolonial,' by Michael Rubenstein.” James Joyce Literary Supplement 26.1 University of Miami, (2012): 18-19.
Kincaid, Andrew F. “''Down These Mean Streets’: The City and Critique in Contemporary Irish Noir.”.” Eire/Ireland 45.1 and 2 Irish American Cultural Institute, (2010): 39-55.
Kincaid, Andrew F., Bullock, Marcus, and Peik, Peter. ““What They Left Behind: the Irish Landscape After Emigration.”.” Aftermaths: Exile, Emigration, and Diaspora. Ed. Marcus Bullock and Peter Peik. Rutgers University Press, (2008): 33-54.
Kincaid, Andrew F. ““The Union’s Cracks.” Review of 'These Fissured Isles. Ireland, Scotland and British History, 1798-1848'.” Northern Scotland. An Interdisciplinary Journal of Historical Studies. Edinburgh University Press, (2007): 215-219.
Kincaid, Andrew F. “Postcolonial Dublin: Imperial Legacies and the Built Environment.” Postcolonial Dublin: Imperial Legacies and the Built Environment.. University of Minnesota Press, (2006).
Kincaid, Andrew F., Gibson, Timothy, and Lowes, Mark. ““‘They Stand for All the Things I Hate’: Georgian Architecture and Cultural Memory in Contemporary Dublin.”.” Urban Communication: Production, Text, Context. Ed. Timothy Gibson and Mark Lowes. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, (2006): 111-125.
Kincaid, Andrew F. ““Memory and the City: Urban Renewal and Literary Memoirs in Contemporary Dublin,”.” College Literature, West Chester University 32.2 (2005): 16-43.
Kincaid, Andrew F. ““What would an ideal Dublin look like?”.” rea: religion, education & the arts, Mater Dei Institute 3.1 (2003): 28-30.
Kincaid, Andrew F., Ruckenstein, Lelia, and O’Malley, James A. ““Architecture” and “Michael Scott”.” Everything Irish: The History, Literature, Art, Music, People, and Places of Ireland from A-Z. Ed. Lelia Ruckenstein and James A. O’Malley. Ballantine Books, (2003): 17-19; 381.
Kincaid, Andrew F. “Review of 'Ireland and Postcolonial Theory'.” ekeltoi 1.1 UWM, (2003): e-journal.
Kincaid, Andrew F. ““Holding the Center: Dublin of the Future and the Emergence of Town Planning in Ireland.”.” Journal of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies, Georgia Southern University 7.1 (2000): 15-50.