Oana Tasca (She/Her)

English and Economics student, Laidlaw Foundation

About Oana Tasca

Hi! I am a third-year English student at TCD. If I had to define my field of interest it would be words... How they are used to influence others and the way they shape us and the world we live in. My Research project focuses precisely on that: how the words that have been written over and over again in literature, and that we now recognise as the "literary canon", have influenced the view of those who were not part of these descriptions, or whose voices have not been heard.

I have participated in volunteering projects in the past that focused on art therapy for children and I want to implement the knowledge I have gained there into my future projects.

I am looking forward to exciting research that can make a difference! 

I am a/an:

Undergraduate Leadership & Research Scholar

University

Trinity College Dublin

Laidlaw Cohort Year

2023

Research Topic

Literature

Area of Expertise

Humanities

I am from:

Italy

I speak:

English Italian Romanian

My hobbies/interests are:

Art Martial Arts Music Reading Travelling Volunteering Writing/blogging

I am open to participating in mentoring/buddy programmes

Yes

Influencer Of

Topics

Channels contributed to:

Leadership Arts & Humanities Scholars' Stories Research

Rooms participated in:

Trinity College Dublin

Recent Comments

Feb 27, 2024
Replying to Princess Agina

Your research project tackles an incredibly important issue with depth and insight. It's so vital to highlight how representation in children's books not only reflects our society but shapes the future perspectives of its readers. The fact that you're focusing on the power dynamics and narratives surrounding African American writers in children's literature adds a much-needed layer to the conversation on diversity and inclusion. Can't wait to see the impact your research will have on making children's literature a more inclusive space for all identities!

Thank you so much Princess! I really poured my heart into this research, so your comment means a lot. Hopefully, it will add to a much needed conversation on the type of narratives/entertainment we consume.