Martin Kearney



Dr. Martin Kearney

 

Education:
PhD, University of Tennessee. MA, Southeastern Louisiana University. BS, Lousiana State University.

 

Selected Publications:
“Lady Gregory.” Chapter in Irish Women Writers. Alexander Gonzalez, ed. New York: Greenwood Press, 2006. 134-140.

“Robert Emmet's Rising of 1803 and the Bold Mrs. Kearney: James Joyce's 'A Mother' as Historical Analogue.” Journal of the Short Story in English 37 (Autumn 2001): 49-63. (Accepted and published in 2003).

(Book Review) Selected Short Stories by D. H. Lawrence. Michael Lockwood, ed. Cambridge UP, 1997. The D. H. Lawrence Review 3.30 (2002): 73-74.

(Book Review) Selected Short Stories of D. H. Lawrence. James Wood, ed. Modern Library Pub., 1999. The D. H. Lawrence Review 3.30 (2002): 74-75.

(Book Review) The Twentieth Century Novel: An Introduction. R. B. Kershner. The D. H. Lawrence Review 30.1 (2001): 72-74.

Major Short Stories of D.H. Lawrence: A Handbook. New York: Garland Publications, 1998. pp. xixl, 1240.

“Son and Lovers.” A review of John Worthen's D. H. Lawrence: The Early Years (1885-1912). Cambridge: CUP, 1991. Journal of English Studies (April 1993): 56-59.

“This Business of Lady Chatterley.” A review of James Boulton's The Complete Letters of D. H. Lawrence, Vol. VI (1927-1928). Cambridge: CUP, 1991. Journal of English Studies (April 1993): 60-63.

“Spirit, Place, and Psyche: Integral Integration in D.H. Lawrence's 'The Man Who Loved Islands.'” Journal of English Studies (1988): 158-162.

“Unlocking the Paradox of 'Rappaccini's Daughter' with a Shelleyean Key.” College Language Association Journal (March 1986): 309318.



Professional Activities and Achievements:
Editorial reader for The D. H. Lawrence Review.

Honors Department 'Teacher of the Year.' Awarded by the Honors Club. Oct. 25, 2007.

Post-Doctorate National Endowment of the Arts Seminar, 1990.

 

Post-Doctorate National Endowment of the Arts Seminar, 1989.


Fellowships and Grants:
SLU Faculty Development Grant for Research Abroad, 1993.

SLU Faculty Development Grant for Research, 1991.

SLU Faculty Development Grant for Research Abroad, 1990.

 

The Alwin Thaler Fellowship for Research Abroad, 1983.


Professional Organization Membership:
American Core Texts and Curriculum

American Conference for Irish Studies

D. H. Lawrence Society of North America