Prof. Andrew Kincaid

Andrew Kincaid, Associate Professor

phone: 414-229-4517
office: Curtin Hall 587
vita (pdf 112k)


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

Research Interests:

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:

Postcolonial Dublin: Imperial Legacies and the Built Environment. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2006.

To order:

Articles in Refereed Journals
“Mapping the Future: Endgame, Premediation, and the War on Terror.” Samuel Beckett Today/Aujourd’hui. Vol. 25 (2013): 171-184.

"'Down These Mean Streets': The City and Critique in Contemporary Irish Noir," Eire/Ireland Vol. 45, 1 & 2 (2010) (2010): 39-55.

"Author-Meets-Critics." A roundtable discussion of Postcolonial Dublin: Imperial Legacies and the Built Environment, Irish Geography 39.1 (2006): 169-206.

"Memory and the City: Urban Renewal and Literary Memoirs in Contemporary Dublin," College Literature 32.2 (2005): 16-43.

"What would an ideal Dublin look like?," rea 3 religion, education & the arts 3 (2003): 28-30.

"Holding the Center: Dublin of the Future and the Emergence of Town Planning in Ireland," Journal of Commonwealth and Postcolonial Studies 7.1 (2000): 15-50.

Book Chapters
"From 'The Dead' to the Dead: The Disposable Bodies and Disposable Culture of Celtic Tiger Noir." Sustainable Cities: Urban Policies, Practices and Perceptions. Linda Krause, ed. New Jersey: Rutgers University Press. 2012: 123-138.

"What They Left Behind: the Irish Landscape After Emigration." Aftermaths: Exile, Migration, Diaspora. Marcus Bullock and Peter Paik, eds. New Jersey: Rutgers University Press. 2008: 33-54.

"'They Stand for All the Things I Hate': Georgian Architecture and Cultural Memory in Contemporary Dublin." Urban Communication: Production, Text, Context. Timothy A. Gibson and Mark Lowes, eds. Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield Publishers, Inc., 2006.

Reference Material
"Architecture" and "Michael Scott." Encyclopedia articles in Everything Irish: The History, Literature, Art, Music, People, and Places of Ireland from A-Z. Lelia Ruckenstein and James A. O'Malley, eds. New York: Ballantine Books, 2003.

Book Reviews
Review of Irish Culture and Colonial Modernity, 1800-2000: The Transformation of Oral Space. David Lloyd. In Literature and History. Vol 22, Number 1 (Spring 2013), pps 120-122.

Review of Public Works: Infrastructure, Irish Modernism, and the Postcolonial. Michael Rubenstein. In James Joyce Literary Supplement. Vol 26, Number 1 (Spring 2012): 18-19.

"The Union's Cracks." Review of These Fissured Isles. Ireland, Scotland and British History, 1798-1848. Terry Brotherstone, Anna Clark and Kevin Whelan, eds. In Northern Scotland. An Interdisciplinary Journal of Historical Studies. Vol 27: 215-218.

Review of Ireland and Postcolonial Theory (University of Notre Dame Press 2003) edited by Clare Carroll and Patricia King. E-Keltoi.