Daniel Daly, Trinity

Degree: MPhil
Course: CC
Supervisor: Dr Hunter Dukes
Dissertation Title: Towards a theory of spectatorship in the late fiction of Don DeLillo

Biographical Information

Current Gould scholar in English Literature at Trinity College. Before coming to Cambridge, I studied in Paris and London and worked in arts and humanities research engagement at the Arts and Humanities Research Institute, KCL. 

With support from the Trinity College Rouse Ball Research Fund, I will be visiting the Don DeLillo archive at the Harry Ransom Center, University of Texas at Austin in March-April 2019.

Selected Publications

  • [Review essay] ‘Ecocriticism on the edge/The birth of the Anthropocene’, Textual Practice, 31.6, 1173-1180 (August 2017) 
  • 'La Bête e(s)t le souverain', French Studies Bulletin, 37.140, 63-67 (Autumn 2016) - winner of the Society for French Studies' R Gapper Undergraduate Essay Prize