Curriculum Vitae

Below you can find my CV, which outlines my educational credentials, teaching history, publications, presentations, and other information on my scholarly career.

Andrew Kuhn CV


Curriculum Vitae
Andrew A. Kuhn


Ph.D., English, Boston College, Chestnut Hill, MA (2009-present; expected graduation June 2015)

M.A., English, University of Kansas, Lawrence, KS (2006-2009)

B.A., English and Political Science (co-major), magna cum laude, Creighton University, Omaha, NE, (2002-2006)

Works in Progress

Networking Modernist Institutions: Technologies of Literature in Yeats, Joyce, Gissing, and Woolf

–Committee: Marjorie Howes, James Najarian, and Paige Reynolds

My dissertation examines a series of institutions that mediated the interaction between author and reader in the early twentieth century.  The study looks at a series of related organizations and literary works: W.B. Yeats and the private press industry, James Joyce and the postal service, George Gissing and librarious spaces, and Virginia Woolf and the book as object.


Lane Travel Fellowship, Boston College (2014)
Adele Dalsimer Graduate Research/Dissertation Fellowship, Boston College (2013-14)
Notre Dame Irish Seminar Fellowship, Boston College (2012)
Boston Bookbuilders Internship, John J. Burns Library of Rare Books and Special Collections, Boston (Spring 2010)
Zarel and Ruth Spears Scholarship for Research, University of Kansas (Spring 2008)
Goldie L. Case Award for Excellence in the Study of Literature, University of Kansas (Spring 2008)


““Make a letter like a monument”: Remnants of Modernist Literary Institutions in Ireland,” Modernist Afterlives in Irish Literature and Culture, Ed. Paige Reynolds (Anthem Press) (Forthcoming 2015)

“Writing the Irish Post: The Postal Imagination of Lady Gregory, Thomas Clarke, and Rabindranath Tagore,” English Literature in Transition 58:2 (2015): 220-40.

“Painting Print: Reading in the Irish Cabin,” Rural Ireland: The Inside Story, Ed. Vera Kreilkamp. Chestnut Hill: McMullen Museum Of Art, 2012: 73-9.

“Ciaran Carson’s Books: A Bibliographic Mapping of Belfast” Eire-Ireland 40:1-2 (2010): 111-27.

Digital Publications

Editor, Dubliners Bookshelf: Readings with Joyce, Website and Digital Archive (Forthcoming Fall 2014)

Conference Papers, Presentations, and Programs

“Fragmenting the Irish Post: Modernist Postal Practices in Clarke, Gregory, and Tagore,” American Conference for Irish Studies, Dublin, June 2014.

“Dubliners Bookshelf: Readings with Joyce,” James Joyce Research Colloquium, UCD, Dublin, April 2014.

Dubliners and the Digital Book,” Joyce & the Digital Humanities, Boston College, April 2014.

“Technologies of the Dublin Book: Reading with Joyce,” American Conference for Irish Studies, Chicago, April 2013.

“Michael Robartes and Yeats’s Poetry of Textual Transmission,” American Conference for Irish Studies, New Orleans, March 2012.

“Painting Print: Reading in the Irish Cabin,” American Conference for Irish Studies, New Orleans, March 2012.

“Pirates, Cowboys, and Gypsies: The Luxurious Low Culture of the Cuala Broadside,”  The Perils of Print Culture, Trinity College, Dublin, September 2010.

“The Material Voices of Dubliners,” American Conference for Irish Studies (Midwest), Kansas City, MO, October 2007.

Teaching Hemingway.  International Hemingway Society Conference, Kansas City, MO, June 2008.

Invited Lectures

“Joyce and the Library,” Worcester Poetry Association, Bloomsday Worcester, June 2012.

“Journeying Toward the Seven Woods: The Genesis and Process of the Cuala Press,” The Women of the Cuala Press and the Irish Literary Revival, Association of College & Research Libraries, Boston, November 2010.

Teaching Interests

British and Irish Modernism, 19th and 20th Century Irish Fiction, Drama, and Poetry, History of the Book, Textual Criticism, Bibliography, Postcolonial Theory, Historical Materialism, Composition

Teaching Experience

Teaching Fellow, English Department, Boston College (Fall 2010-present)

Courses Designed and Taught:
EN 010:  Freshman Writing Seminar
EN 082:  Literature and Society: Literature and Economic Crisis
EN 131:  Studies in Poetry
EN 323:  The History of the Book: From Codex to Kindle

Teaching Assistant, English Department, Boston College (Spring 2011)
EN 217:  Introduction to British British Literature and Culture II
Teaching Assistant, English Department, University of Kansas (Fall 2006-Spring 2009)

Courses Designed and Taught:

ENG 101: Composition
ENG 102: Critical Reading and Writing
ENG 203: Introduction to Fiction
ENG 209: Twentieth-Century Irish Literature and Print Culture


Organizer, Boston Joyce Forum and Annual Boston Joyce Symposium (2010-present)
Reader, Eire-Ireland (2012-present)
Organizer, Graduate Research Collarborative
Raidin’ the Wake: Finnegan’s Wake Reading Group (2010-present)
Legacies of Modernism in Contemporary Irish Poetry (2014-15)
Curator, Painter, Illustrator, Author: Irish Art in the Twentieth Century, Art Exhibition at John J. Burns Library, Boston in association with the Irish Office of Public Works (Fall 2011)
Director, Irish Studies Summer Study Abroad Program at Queen’s University Belfast, University of Kansas (Summer 2009)


French (reading and writing)
Irish (reading and writing)

Professional Membership

American Conference for Irish Studies
Modern Language Association