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Бенџамин Китинг

Факултет : Јазици, култури и комуникација
Функција : Вонреден професор
Вид на вработување : Скратено работно време
Лични податоци
E-mail : b.keatinge@seeu.edu.mk
Адреса : Language Centre, SEE University, Ilindenska n. 335, 1200 Tetovo, Macedonia
Телефон : 00389 44 356 074
Факс : 00389 44 356 001
Јазици ( Самоевалуација )
English
Native
French
C1 - Advanced
Macedonian
B1 - Intermediate

Образование

  • Oct 1999 - Oct 2004: Doctor of Philosophy
    Faculty: School of English
    Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, Dublin, Ireland
    Specialty: English Literature
    Thesis: "Samuel Beckett and the Schizoid Condition"

  • Oct 1993 - Jun 1997: BA in English Literature
    Faculty: School of English
    Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, Dublin, Ireland

Публикации

  • Benjamin Keatinge. ‘Pinter in Macedonia: Productions, Translations and Critical Reception’. In Blesok issue no. 94, pp. online. Blesok, Skopje, 1 / 2014. (Download)

  • Benjamin Keatinge. ‘A Matrix of Correspondences: The Critical Voice of Thomas MacGreevy’. In The Life and Work of Thomas MacGreevy: A Critical Reappraisal, pp. 65-78. Bloomsbury, London, 5 / 2013. ISBN 9781441140920. (Download)

  • Lulzime Kamberi and Benjamin Keatinge. ‘Monitoring and Reducing Plagiarism: A Case Study at South East European University, Macedonia’. In 1st Albania International Conference on Education (AICE): Proceedings, pp. 309-316. AICE, Tirana, 4 / 2013.

  • Benjamin Keatinge. “The clouds of Ireland gathered over France”: Harry Clifton’s Secular Eden. In Franco- Irish Connections in Space and Time: Peregrinations and Ruminations, pp. 203-225. Peter Lang, Oxford, UK, 9 / 2012.

  • Benjamin Keatinge. Philosophical Vagrancy in Molloy: A Deleuzean Reading. In Beckett Re-Membered: After the Centenary , pp. 20-36. Cambridge Scholars Press, Newcastle, UK, 2 / 2012. ISBN 978-1-4438-3500-8.

  • Benjamin Keatinge. ‘Responses to the Holocaust in Modern Irish Poetry’. In Estudios Irlandeses 6, pp. 21-38. Spanish Association for Irish Studies, Spain, 3 / 2011. (Download)

  • Benjamin Keatinge. ‘ “that long-banned/speech we talked in”: Pearse Hutchinson and Minority Voices’. In Reading Pearse Hutchinson: From Findrum to Fisterra , pp. 149-168. Irish Academic Press, Dublin, Ireland, 2 / 2011. ISBN 978-0716530831.

  • Benjamin Keatinge and Aengus Woods. Other Edens: The Life and Work of Brian Coffey. Irish Academic Press, Dublin, Ireland, 10 / 2009. ISBN 978-0716529101 .

  • Benjamin Keatinge. ‘ “Missouri Sequence” and the Search for a Habitat’. In Other Edens: The Life and Work of Brian Coffey, pp. 106-120. Irish Academic Press, Dublin, Ireland, 10 / 2009. ISBN 978-0716529101 .

  • Benjamin Keatinge. ‘ “Something dripping in my head”: Endgame and Psychopathology’ . In Lectures de 'Endgame' / 'Fin de Partie' de Samuel Beckett, pp. 259-272. Presses Universitaires de Rennes, Rennes, France, 10 / 2009. ISBN 978-2753509368 .

  • Benjamin Keatinge. ‘Beckett and Language Pathology’. In Journal of Modern Literature 31.4, pp. 86-101. Indiana University Press, Bloomington, Indiana, USA, 6 / 2008. ISBN 0022-281X. (Download)

  • Benjamin Keatinge. ‘ “My form is epicene”: Sexual Ambiguity in the Poetry of Richard Murphy’. In Essays in Irish Literary Criticism: Themes of Gender, Sexuality and Corporeality, pp. 19-38. Edwin Mellen Press, Lampeter, Wales, UK, 4 / 2008. ISBN 978-0-7734-4830-8 .

  • Benjamin Keatinge. ‘Surrealism, Psychiatry and the Science of the Irrational’ . In On Literature and Science: Essays, reflections, provocations, pp. 148-161. Four Courts Press, Dublin, Ireland, 11 / 2007. ISBN 978-1846820717 .

  • Benjamin Keatinge. ‘ “The Hammers of the Stone-Cutters”: Samuel Beckett’s Stone Imagery’. In Irish University Review 37.2, pp. 322-339. Irish University Review, Dublin, Ireland, 10 / 2007. (Download)

Работно искуство

  • Sep 2012 - Present : Dean of Faculty of Languages, Cultures and Communications
    South East European University, Tetovo, Macedonia
    Type of business or sector: Education and Research
    Main responsibilities: Responsible for daily management and strategic direction of the LCC Faculty in co-operation with Pro-Deans and Heads of Department. Reporting to Rector and Pro-Rector for Academic Issues.

  • Sep 2008 - Aug 2012: Head of English
    South East European University, Tetovo, Macedonia
    Type of business or sector: Education and Research
    Main responsibilities: Management of the English Department, SEEU. Academic planning, staff engagements, student issues. Observation of teaching staff in LCC Faculty. Mentorship of MA and PhD candidates. Teaching MA course: 'Literature and English Language Teaching'

  • Sep 2007 - Aug 2008: Lecturer in English Literature
    South East European University, Tetovo, Macedonia
    Type of business or sector: Education and Research
    Main responsibilities: Teaching on undergraduate programme: Approaches to Literature, Modern/Postmodern Literature, Literature 750-1642, Irish Short Fiction, Detective Fiction and Topics in Literature.

  • Jan 2005 - Jun 2007: Teaching Assistant
    School of English, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
    Type of business or sector: Education and Research
    Main responsibilities: Tutoring on Critical and Cultural Theory course, Literature and Sexualities fiction course and Writing Ireland course. Contributor to M.Phil in Comparative Literature and Popular Fiction courses

  • Jan 2007 - Jun 2007: Part-Time Lecturer
    School of English and Drama, University College Dublin, Dublin, Ireland
    Type of business or sector: Education and Research
    Main responsibilities: Responsible for teaching third year seminar course, Narrative and Ethics: Readings in Contemporary Irish Fiction.

  • Sep 2006 - Dec 2006: Part-Time Lecturer
    School of Humanities, Mater Dei Institute, Dublin City University, Dublin, Ireland
    Type of business or sector: Education and Research
    Main responsibilities: Lecturing on Twentieth-Century Irish Fiction and Gothic Fiction courses.

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