Science, Technology, and 20th-century Irish Literature (edited volume) The editors are seeking contributors for a volume focused on science, technology, and Irish literature of the revival and modernist period. Since W. B. Yeats infamously wrote in 1890 that “the man of science is too often a person who has exchanged his soul for a formula,” the anti-scientific and Luddite» Read more
New Publication from Cork UP: E. OE. Somerville and Martin Ross. Female Authorship and Literary Collaboration.
Anne Jamison’s new book on female authorship and literary collaboration explores the remarkable literary partnership of one of the most prominent and successful female writing duos at work in the late nineteenth century; Irish authors, Edith Somerville and Martin Ross. Based on extensive and original archival research, this book attempts to reorient traditional thinking about Somerville and Ross’s partnership as» Read more
“A Heart Remembers,” Dawn Duncan’s filmed version of “When You Are Old,” is intended to work as an inter-textual experience that renders the poem anew (feminist even) and provides the audience with new intensities. Having already been screened at film festivals in the US, Dawn offers it here to our colleagues as part of our IASIL 2016 focus on “Change”» Read more