BA, University of Saskatchewan; MA, Queen's University; MPhil, Oxford; PhD, Princeton
Keri Walsh is Professor of English and Director of the Institute of Irish Studies at Fordham University. She is the editor (alongside Christopher GoGwilt) of the academic journal Joyce Studies Annual as well as of James Joyce’s Exiles (Oxford World's Classics, 2020), James Joyce's Dubliners (Broadview Press, 2016), and The Letters of Sylvia Beach (Columbia University Press, 2010). Walsh is currently at work on a history of Paris's Shakespeare and Company bookstore for Scribner. Her research interests include Irish, French, and American modernism, James Joyce, Sylvia Beach, expatriate and bohemian cultures, theatre and film, and bookstores and book history. In 2020 her monograph Women, Method Acting, and the Hollywood Film was published by Routledge, supported by a fellowship from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences.