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Andrew Goodspeed

Faculty : Languages, Cultures and Communications
Position : Full Professor
Engagement type : Full time
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Address : LCC: Head of English Department
Telephone : 00389 44 356 074


  • 1997 - 2003: PhD, Anglo-Irish Literature
    Trinity College, Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
    Thesis: "'The Grammar of Greatness'"

  • 1995 - 1997: B.A., English Language and Literature
    Oxford University, Oxford, England, U.K.

  • 1990 - 1994: B.A., Russian Language and Literature
    University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA


  • Goodspeed, Andrew; 'Seems a sort of joke. Read your own obituary': James Joyce in his Obituary Notices . In Joyce's Others/The Others and Joyce, pp. 211-224. James Joyce Italian Foundation, Rome, 2020. (Link)

  • Goodspeed, Andrew; A Keynote Address: Of English, Multilingualism, and Language Vulnerability. South East European University, Tetovo, 2020.

  • Goodspeed, Andrew; 'The Joyce I Knew': Oliver St. John Gogarty's Presentation of Joyce to American Audiences. Ivan Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University, Tbilisi, 2020.

  • Goodspeed, Andrew; 'Your language is forbidden': Language Negation as Political Oppression in Pinter's Mountain Language. In (in) Sustainable Multilingualism, No. 14, (2019) Vytautas Magnus University , pp. 16-31. 2019. (Link)

  • Goodspeed, Andrew; Sight, Passivity, and Trauma in Coleridge's 'The Rime of the Ancient Mariner'. In (in) Romanticism in Literature. (Ed. Irmai Ratiani)., pp. 181-193. Scholar's Press, Beau Bassin, 2018.

  • Goodspeed, Andrew; 'one other living soul': Encountering Strangers in Samuel Beckett's Dramatic Works. In Sjani, Volume 19, pp. 252-262. 2018.

  • Goodspeed, Andrew; 'He halts at water's edge': Life, Motion, and Immobility in Samuel Beckett's Embers. In Folia Linguistica et Litteraria, 24, 2018, pp. 11-22. 2018.

  • Goodspeed, Andrew; Searching for the Women in Exiles. . In Joyce Studies in Italy (Vol. 20), pp. 87-98. 2018.

  • Goodspeed, Andrew; 'Turn, Hell-hound, turn': The Supernatural and the Faithful in Macbeth. In Contemporary Literary Studies, 15, Kyiv National Linguistic University, pp. 70-75. 2018.

  • Goodspeed, Andrew; Wyndham Lewis and America: A Survey of Three Texts. Tbilisi State University, Tbilisi, 2017.

  • Goodspeed, Andrew; 'burn them or they'll burn you': Firemen as Agents of Oppression in Bradbury and Truffaut. In The New Ray Bradbury Review, pp. 19-34. 2016.

  • Goodspeed, Andrew; Expatriation Nowhere: The Cultural Location of William Burroughs' Interzone. Iv. Javakhishvili Tbilisi State University/Shota Rustaveli Institute of Georgian Literature, Tbilisi, Georgia, 2015. (Link)

  • Goodspeed, Andrew; Ezra Pound, Unfinished Epic, and the Drafts and Fragments. Iv. Javakhishvili Tbilisit State University, Tbilisi, 2015. (Link)

  • Goodspeed, Andrew; "Damn Death. Long Live Life!": Death in Ulysses. Cambridge Scholars Press for Helsinki Collegium for Advanced Studies, Cambridge, 2014. (Link)

  • Goodspeed, Andrew; "stamm' aus Litauen, echt Deutsch': Multilingualism and Exile in T. S. Eliot's "The Waste Land". Shota Rustaveli National Science Foundation, Tbilisi, 2014. (Link)

  • Jenkins, Lee M.; (Citation in) The Wallace Stevens Journal, Vol. 38, No.1 (Spring, 2014). The Johns Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, Maryland, USA, 2014. (Link)

  • Goodspeed, Andrew; 'Stale Voluptuousness': MacGreevy in Dublin, 1919-25 (in) The Life and Work of Thomas MacGreevy. (Susan Schriebman, ed.). Bloomsbury, London, 2013. (Link)

  • Goodspeed, Andrew; ‘”The Dignity of Man”: Pinter, Politics, and the Nobel Speech.’ . In English Language Overseas Perspectives and Enquiries. Volume IX—Spring. Slovensko drustvo za angleske studije. Ljubljana.ISSN: 1581-8918, pp. 51-61. 2012. (Link)

  • Goodspeed, Andrew; ‘”the gentle are more real than the violent”: Violence, Bigotry, and Humanity in Pearse Hutchinson’ . In Philip Coleman and Maria Johnston (eds.) Reading Pearse Hutchinson: From Findrum to Fisterra. , pp. 45-58. Irish Academic Press, Dublin, 2011. (Link)

  • Goodspeed, Andrew; 'how come youre so afraid of things that dont make any sense to you?'--The Validity of Illogic in Bob Dylan's 'Tarantula'. (Conference Presentation--not for point allocation)Conference--English Language and Anglophone Literatures Today (, Novi Sad, 2011. (Link)

  • Goodspeed, Andrew; ”Hektor across three thousand years”: Antiquity and the Modern Moment. In Benjamin Keatinge and Aengus Woods, (eds.) Other Edens: The Life and Work of Brian Coffey. Dublin: Irish Academic Press. 2010. (pp. 209-220), pp. 209-220. Irish Academic Press, Dublin, 2010. (Link)

  • Gertz, Stephen J.; (Cited in) 'Unscrambling Samuel Beckett's Whoroscope'. Booktryst, McMinnville, Oregon, USA, 2010. (Link)

  • Goodspeed, Andrew; (15 Entries: Fred Allen, the American War of Independence, Sylvia Beach, Mary Colum, Padraig Colum, Emigration, Richard Ellmann, Oliver St John Gogarty, James Joyce, George Kelly, Jack MacGowran, Ronald Reagan, Augustus Saint-Gaudens, J.B. Yeats, W. B. Yeats). 2008. (Link)

  • Goodspeed, Andrew; 'Extremely Difficult and Occasionally Unpleasant: The Poetry of Samuel Beckett'. 2007. (Link)

  • Goodspeed, Andrew; 'White Night: The Poetry of Vladislav Khodesevich'. 2005. (Link)

Work Experience

  • 2008 - Present : Professor, English Literature
    South East European University, Tetovo, Macedonia
    Type of business or sector: Higher Education

  • 2012 - 2018: Provost, Pro-Rector for Academic Affairs, Pro-Rector for Research
    South East European University, Tetovo, Macedonia
    Type of business or sector: Higher Education

  • 2010 - 2012: Dean, Faculty of Languages, Cultures, and Communications
    South East European University, Tetovo, Macedonia
    Type of business or sector: Higher Education