838 Anderson Hall
Phone: (215) 204-5127
Elizabeth is Associate Professor of Teaching and Instruction. She arrived at Temple in 2007, after completing her MPhil and PhD at Trinity College, Dublin. In addition to teaching Irish Studies and a range of drama courses (including Shakespeare, Modern Drama, Masterpieces of European Drama, and American Playwrights), she has taught The Detective Novel and regularly teaches first-year writing in the Honors Program. She is the author of The Urban Plays of the Early Abbey Theatre: Beyond O'Casey (Syracuse Univ. Press, 2014) and essays on Irish drama in New Hibernia Review and Swift Studies. Her forthcoming publications include chapters in Shaw and the Making of Modern Ireland (Palgrave Macmillan) and A Cambridge History of Irish Working-Class Writing (Cambridge Univ. Press), and a new book on the contemporary Irish detective novel.