Eamonn Wall


Eamonn Wall  Smurfit-Stone Corporation Professor of Irish Studies
431 Lucas Hall

Ph.D. in English, City University of New York Graduate Center
M.A. in English, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee
Diploma in Education, University College, Dublin
B.A. in English and History, University College, Dublin

Eamonn Wall is Smurfit-Stone Corporation Professor of Irish Studies and Professor of English, holding joint appointments in the Center for International Studies and the Dept. of English. He was educated at University College Dublin, the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, and the City University of New York-Graduate Center, where he received his Ph.D. in English. Eamonn Wall teaches courses in Irish and British Literature. His books include Writing the Irish West: Ecologies and Traditions (Notre Dame, 2011) and From the Sin-e Café to the Black Hills: Notes on the New Irish (Wisconsin, 2000). He is a past-president of the American Conference for Irish Studies. Eamonn Wall is also the author of six collections of poetry: Sailing Lake Mareotis (2011), A Tour of Your Country (2008), Refuge at De Soto Bend (2004), The Crosses (2000), Iron Mountain Road (1997), and Dyckman-200th Street (1994), all published by Salmon Publishing in Ireland. Essays, articles, and reviews of Irish, Irish American, and American writers have appeared in The Irish Times, New Hibernia Review, Irish Literary Supplement, The Washington Post, Chicago Tribune, South Carolina Review, An Sionnach, and other journals.