Irish contemporary literature, critical theory (new materialisms), interdisciplinary approaches to arts and literature.



Edited books and journals

(2020) GOARZIN, A. and PARSONS M., (ed.) New Cartographies, Nomadic Methodologies   : Contemporary Arts, Culture and Politics in Ireland, London, NY and Oxford, Peter Lang, 2020, 192 P.

(2020) GOARZIN, A., MORISSON Valérie and STAUNTON Mathew (dir.), Irish Arts: New Contexts, Etudes Irlandaises, 45, No 1, Spring 2020.

(2019) GOARZIN, A. and NI RIORDAIN, C. (ed.), New Readings of Louis MacNeice, Rennes, PUR, 2018,

Book Chapters

(2021) « ‘Little Stories, Little Prints’ : Creating an Archive of Feelings for the Easter Rising », in D. Letort, H. Lecossois and R. Bouchet, Résurgences conflictuelles : le travail de mémoire entre art et histoire, Rennes, PUR, 2021, p. 315-328.

(2019) « ‘The Sky above Us’: Paul Butler’s Photographic Images of McGahern Country », in Derek Hand and Eamon Maher, Essays on John McGahern: Assessing a literacy legacy, 2019, 316 p., p. 123-134.

(2019) « Leprechauns, Cute Cats and Tasty Treats : The Circulation of Irish Images in Online Culture », in S. Mikowski (ed.), The Circulation of Popular Culture between Ireland and the USA, Reims, EPURE, 2019, p. 193-212


(2021) Goarzin Anne, “Quick, a classic : literature as lifeform in a pandemic”, keynote, AFIS conference, Dublin, 28-29 October 2021.

(2019) « From the Somme to the Versailles Peace Conference : Wiliam Orpen’s pictorial record of the Great War ». Symposium on “Ireland, the Revolution and the First World War. Continuities, Ruptures and Legacies (1913-1919)”. Centre culturel irlandais, Paris, 27 June 2019.

(2019) Goarzin Anne and Parsons Maria : « Entangled, Embodied, Embedded : New Materialist Encounters in Irish Culture and Politics ». Conference « New Romantics: Performing Ireland and Cosmopolitanism on the Anniversary of Human Rights », Queen’s University Belfast, 3-5 July 2019.