Professor Colin Graham
Colin studied at Queen’s University Belfast and Bristol University. He was Postdoctoral Fellow in Irish Studies at Queen’s, Senior Lecturer in English at University of Huddersfield, and Reader in English at Queen’s University Belfast. Colin’s monographs include ‘Northern Ireland: 30 Years of Photography’ which won the Michael J. Durkan/ACIS Prize in 2014 and was Observer Photography Book of the Month for July 2013. He is also the author of ‘Deconstructing Ireland’ (2001) and ‘Ideologies of Epic (1998), and has co-edited three books of essays. He has been co-editor of ‘The Irish Review’ since 2004. He writes for ‘Source’ magazine on photography. Colin has published academic articles in journals including ‘Cultural Studies’, ‘Journal of Gender Studies’, ‘Third Text’, ‘Visual Culture in Britain’, ‘Irish Studies Review’ and ‘Irish University Review’. A full listing of Colin’s writing, including essays in artists’ catalogues, and works of fiction and memoir in ‘The Dublin Review’ and ‘The Edinburgh Review’, is available at his blog.