Matt Knight completed his M.A. in Celtic Languages & Literatures from Harvard
University in 2005 and received an M.A. in Library and Information Science from the
University of South Florida in 2009. 

As Coordinator of the Special Collections department, Matt works extensively with the
Dion Boucicault Theatre Collection, the Alvin P. Yorkunas Collection, the Robert Helps
Collection, and the Anglo-Irish Literature collection. 

Contributions to Books

The Right Tool at the Right Time: Implementing Responsive Reproduction Policies and Procedures (with Melanie Griffin), Reference and Access: Innovative Practices for Archives and Special Collections (2014)


"The Phoenix and its Contribution to Irish Cultural Nationalism", South Atlantic Modern Language Association (2014)

"Rose Kavanagh, the Irish Fireside Club, and Irish Cultural Nationalism", American Conference of Irish Studies--Mid-Atlantic Regional (2014)

"The Irish Fireside and its Contributions to the Cause of Irish Independence", Midwest Popular Culture Association Annual Conference (2014)

“Letters Home to the Crackerbox: Al Yorkunas’ World War II Correspondence”, Florida Historical Society Annual Conference (2014)

"Fenianism and the Celtic Renaissance", University of South Florida Libraries (2014)