Publication Announcement: Two new series on Irish women’s writing from EER Press and the Irish Women’s Writing Network.

EER Press and the Irish Women’s Writing Network are delighted to announce two new series on Irish women’s writing. Titles will reflect the current wealth of innovative critical, biographical, archival, and historical research on writing by Irish women from 1800 onward, considering both under-examined writers and fresh approaches to more familiar bodies of work. Key Irish Women Writers offers critical

» Read more

New Publication: Justice Daniel Cohalan 1865-1946: American Patriot and Irish-American Nationalist by Michael Doorley

Justice Daniel Cohalan 1865-1946: American patriot and Irish-American nationalist  By Michael Doorley Justice Daniel Cohalan, or the ‘Judge’ as he became known, is best remembered today for his tempestuous relationship with Irish nationalist leader Éamon de Valera during the latter’s visit to the United States in 1919–20. Cohalan deserves more attention than this and the story of his life as

» Read more

New book: Sacred Weather: Atmospheric essentialism in the work of John McGahern by Niamh Campbell.

The book asks the question is there such a thing as essential Irishness? A considerable number of artists, writers, philosophers, theorists, tourists and citizens think so, even if they do not always phrase it in this way, and Sacred Weather begins by taking the possibility seriously. The book aims to make an intervention in Irish literary and cultural studies by

» Read more

New publication: Woven Shades of Green: An Anthology of Irish Nature Literature. Edited by Tim Wenzell, Rutgers University Press.

Woven Shades of Green is an annotated selection of literature from authors who focus on the natural world and the beauty of Ireland. The anthology begins with the Irish monks and their largely anonymous nature poetry, written at a time when Ireland was heavily forested. A section follows devoted to the changing Irish landscape, through both deforestation and famine, including

» Read more

Book Launch Invite: Recalling the Celtic Tiger; eds Brian Lucey, Eamon Maher and Eugene O’Brien. Guest of Honour: Fintan O’Toole 3pm, Saturday 19 October, Luce Foyer, Trinity Business School, Trinity College Dublin.

Peter Lang International Academic Publishers cordially invite you to the official launch of Recalling the Celtic Tiger, edited by Brian Lucey, Eamon Maher and Eugene O’Brien Guest of Honour: Fintan O’Toole 3.00pm, Saturday 19 October, Luce Foyer, Trinity Business School, Trinity College Dublin Light refreshments will be served Please RSVP to Anthony Mason at a.mason@peterlang.com Praise for Recalling the Celtic

» Read more

Exciting new publication, Nora Hoult’s ‘Poor Women’: A Critical Edition edited by Kate Costello Sullivan. Anthem Press.

Anthem Press are pleased to announce our new title Norah Hoult’s ‘Poor Women!’: A Critical Edition edited by Kathleen P. Costello-Sullivan and would like to send information to the members of the International Association for the Study of Irish Literature about this exciting work.  “Norah Hoult’s ‘Poor Women!’’: A Critical Edition” reintroduces a significant yet critically-neglected 20th-century Irish author. Hoult’s

» Read more

New Book: Women and Embodied Mythmaking in Irish Theatre by Shonagh Hill, Cambridge UP

The rich legacy of women’s contributions to Irish theatre is traditionally viewed through a male-dominated literary canon and mythmaking, thus arguably silencing their work. In this timely book, Shonagh Hill proposes a feminist genealogy which brings new perspectives to women’s mythmaking across the twentieth and twenty-first centuries. The performances considered include the tableaux vivants performed by the Inghinidhe na hÉireann

» Read more

New Book: Thomas MacGreevy and the Rise of the Irish Avant-Gardeby Francis Hutton-Williams

This book examines Thomas MacGreevy’s central role in the development of Irish culture from the arrival of national independence in 1922 to the moment of programmatic modernisation during the early 1960s. Thomas MacGreevy and the Rise of the Irish Avant-Garde, By Francis Hutton-Williams It makes a strong case for the reassessment of his achievement across the full range of his

» Read more

NUIG Symposium and Book Launch: Performance, the Archive and Digital Memory

Here are details of a forthcoming symposium and book launch taking place at NUI Galway, on Thursday 24th October. The Symposium is entitled “Performance and the Archive: Presence, Absence, and Digital Memory.” There will also be a book launch of a new volume of essays: “Navigating Ireland’s Theatre Archive: Theory, Practice, Performance, to be launched by Historian Catriona Crowe. The link

» Read more

Special Issue of Samuel Beckett Today/Aujourd’hui

Samuel Beckett Today/Aujourd’hui. Vol 31 (2019) Issue 1 (April) Special Issue: Draff/Résidu edited by James Little, Georgina Nugent-Folan, Emilie Morin and Mark Nixon “Draff” brings together a collection of articles that are diverse in terms of the texts and topics covered, the methodologies employed, the richness of the languages examined, and the innovative and oftentimes interdisciplinary approaches to the residuum,

» Read more
1 2 3 31