I teach most modern French topics. ‘Modern’ in Oxford starting in the early 19th century, I therefore teach from about 1800 to the present day, across genres: poetry, fiction, theatre and thought. I also teach earlier period for Prelims.
My graduate teaching is centred around late 19th-century and early 20th-century literature, but I also supervise work on contemporary poetry and thought. I have supervised doctorates, MPhils and Masters on a range of topics including: 19th-century French poetry, avant-garde theatre, English and French poetic relations, ‘the fragment’, etc.
Professor McGuinness teaches the following courses:
- Modern Languages (Undergraduate)
- Modern Languages (Graduate)
- Classics and Modern Languages (Undergraduate)
- English and Modern Languages (Undergraduate)
- History and Modern Languages (Undergraduate)
- Philosophy and Modern Languages (Undergraduate)
- Modern Languages and Linguistics (Undergraduate)
- European and Middle Eastern Languages (Undergraduate)