About

Siofra is a writer, researcher, and doctoral scholar at the J.F.K. Institute for North American Studies at the Freie Universität, Berlin, writing her thesis on gift exchange in the work of Marianne Moore. In 2005 she graduated from Christ Church College, Oxford with a first in English, and completed her MA at University College London in 2007. Siofra was a 2014 participant in the School of Criticism and Theory at Cornell University. Her previous honours include a Visiting Fellowship at the Huntington Library in San Marino, California, and a Junior Fellowship at the Terra Summer Residency, Giverny, France. In 2010 she participated in the Fulbright Summer Institute for emerging American Studies scholars at NYU. Alongside Sarah Archino and Isabella Streffen, Siofra is co-editor of the And Or project, experimenting with on- and off-line dialogues between artists, writers, and art historians. Since 2014 she has been a member of the Meridian 180 Transpacific forum co-ordinated by the Cornell University Law School. She formerly worked as an Assistant Editor in the Getty Research Institute publications department. Siofra has published her poetry widely, and for five years worked as an art critic for thisistomorrow.info.

Contact: siofra (at) zedat.fu-berlin.de

 

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  1. Hi Siofra, I’m a third year Creative writing student at Middlesex University and I’m currently doing a poetry module where I’m required to present on a poet whose poems inspire me and basically present on the works of a chosen poet. I’ve read your poems on The Salt Book and I absolutely love them and I would love to present you and your work for my presentation. I would really really appreciate it if I could ask you a few questions on your poems and you career.

    I understand that you’re busy but if you could answer a few questions, I would be so grateful if you could email me and let me know if you could 🙂

    Amazing poems by the way. Your poems are soooooo my cup of tea.

    Jini

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