mmcglynnMary McGlynn


Location: VC 7-282
Phone: (646) 312- 3961


Mary McGlynn is an Associate Professor of English specializing in British, Irish, and Anglophone postcolonial literatures of the twentieth century. A native Texan and graduate of The University of Texas (BA) and Columbia University (MA, PhD), she taught at Columbia and at SUNY Purchase before arriving at Baruch in Fall 2000. She teaches Great Works (2800 and 2850), composition, surveys of British literature, and various twentieth-century electives. Mary McGlynn has published and spoken on James Kelman, Roddy Doyle, and other contemporary Scottish and Irish writers, as well as on film, country music, cultural studies, and Irish America. Her book, Narratives of Class in New Irish and Scottish Literature, was published by Palgrave Macmillan in 2008. Currently she is a member of the executive board of the American Conference for Irish Studies and the chair of Columbia University's Irish Studies Seminar.

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