Bradley Hall 373
Ph. D., English Literature, University of California, Davis
M.A. English Literature, Holy Names College, Oakland
B.A., History, University of Santa Clara
Caitriona Moloney, Ph.D., Associate Professor of English at Bradley University has been researching, writing, and teaching about women in Irish myth, literature, and culture since she wrote her dissertation at the University of California, Davis on Yeats's and Joyces's use of women from ancient Irish myth.
Dr. Moloney regularly teaches graduate and undergraduate courses in British and Irish literature, and presents papers at Irish conferences nationally and internationally. She teaches and advises undergraduate and graduate students at Bradley University.
Dr. Moloney has published articles on Yeats's Cuchulain cycle plays and on Joyce's Ulysses. Recently, the focus of her research has been contemporary Irish women writers; Syracuse University Press published her book Irish Women Writers Speak Out in 2003. Dr. Moloney has also published articles about contemporary Irish women writers.
Dr. Moloney founded the Dublin Study Abroad Program for Bradley University, and as director and teacher in that program, and in her research, she has made numberous trips to Ireland.