Margaret Kelleher is Professor and Chair of Anglo-Irish Literature and Drama at University College Dublin. Her books include The Feminization of Famine (published by Duke UP and Cork UP, 1997), The Cambridge History of Irish Literature (2006), co-edited with Philip O’Leary, and Ireland and Quebec: Interdisciplinary Essays on History, Culture and Society (Four Courts Press, 2016), co-edited with Michael Kenneally. She has recently completed a monograph entitled Language Crossings: Myles Joyce, James Joyce and the Maamtrasna Murders and was guest editor, with Nicholas Wolf, of Éire-Ireland’s special issue on “Ireland and the Contemporary” (Spring/Summer 2017). She has developed a number of digital humanities projects, including the Digital Platform for Contemporary Irish Writing (http://www.contemporaryirishwriting.ie/) . Professor Kelleher is Chair of the Irish Film Institute and UCD academic lead on MoLI, the Museum of Literature Ireland, a collaboration between UCD and the National Library of Ireland which will open to the public in early 2019.