M.A. The National University of Ireland, Galway
Email: elizabeth.osullivan [at] auis.edu.krd
Elizabeth O’Sullivan is a Lecturer in English Literature. She holds an MA in Theatre Performance and Production and a BA in Psychology with minors in Performance Studies and Spanish Language & Literature.
Elizabeth has been directing and producing dramatic performances at AUIS since 2013. She has overseen adaptations of Medea, 12 Angry Men, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and The Importance of Being Earnest, as well as an original production called Will’s Café. Her research focuses on new approaches to the accessing the Western canon, using ensemble techniques for cultural adaptations, and the performative nature of oppressive ideologies in the modern world. Her personal writing is inspired by myth, monsters, and folklore. She is currently working on a collection of stories on grief, womanhood, and witchcraft.