Casey O'Ceallaigh

English -Media, Cinema and Digital Studies, PhD

Achieved Degrees

BA Spanish & BA Speech Communication (St. Joseph's College, 2013). MA Education: Culture, Language & Identity (Goldsmith's University of London 2014), AAS Radio & Television Broadcasting (Suffolk County Community College, 2018)

Interests

Comic Narrative Theory, Game studies, Sound Theory, Multi-modal Compositions

Publications

"A Year in The Arena: Academic Livestreaming and Competitive Play", Live Streaming Culture, MIT Press (Expected Print 2023)

"(Pandemic) Play-Testing Copresence and Kairotic Spaces in Quarantined Academic Streaming", Well Played Retrospective, ETC Press, 2021

"Signs of Change", Popular Culture Studies Journal (Expected Publication 2022)

Academic Awards

Presidential Scholarship (St. Joseph's College)
International Graduate Scholarship (Goldsmith's University of London)

Conference Presentations

Signs of Change: Visualizing Deafness in Fraction and Aja's 'Hawkeye #19' (Midwestern Conference on Literature, Language, and Media at Northern Illinois University, 2018), Stream Me Up, Scotty: Using Twitch in the Digital Humanities Classroom (MPCA/ACA, Cincinnati OH, 2019)

Teaching Experience

ENG102, EAP/ENG102, ENG101, ENG700