Fionnuala T. Regan

Fionnuala T. Regan

St. John Fisher College
Education Background

Master of Arts, English – City University of New York, 1993

Bachelor of Arts, English – Bard College, 1985

TESOL Certification – TESOL International Association, 2018.

Teaching Background 

St. John Fisher College  Adjunct Professor      1/05-present

Monroe Community College Adjunct Professor    9/08-2016

Essex County College    Adjunct Professor       9/95-8/97

Queens College, City University of New York   8/87-1/88

Research Field
1.  “Women in 20th century Irish Literature: Evolving Images” (Irish American Cultural Institute) 2.  “Unwrapping The Wind that Shakes the Barley” (MCC Celtic Society, March 2012) 3.  “Overcoming Writer’s Block and Writing with Scientific Style: A Two Part Presentation” (Wegman’s School of Nursing, Graduate Program, St. John Fisher College, February 2012 and January 2013) 4.  “Joyce’s Dubliners as a Creative Writing Tool” (Inaugural Irish Studies Program Conference, St. John Fisher College, March 2012) 5. “Myths and Legends from the Famine” (Celtic College, Irish American Cultural Institute, March 2013) 6.  NYS Association of European Historians (St. John Fisher College, Oct 9-10, 2015) 7. “Celtic Spirituality and Yeats,” World Philosophy Day (St. John Fisher College, Nov 19-20, 2015)

Editorial Work:
1. Singh, Roja. Spotted Goddesses: Dalit Women’s Agency-Narratives on Caste and Gender Violence. (2018). LitVerlag.
2. Dolan, L J., Kellam, S.G., Brown, C. H., Werthamer-Larsson, L., Reebok, G. W., Mayer, L. W., Laudolff, J., Turkkan, J. S., Ford, C., & Wheeler, L. (1993). The short-term impact of two classroom-based preventive interventions on aggressive and shy behaviors and poor achievement. Journal of Applied Developmental Psychology 14(3), 17-345. (There were multiple other similar publications edited during my tenure at JHU’s Department of Mental Hygiene / Prevention Research Center.)