Irish Studies in Europe, 5)
Edited by Scott Brewster and Werner Huber
Trier: WVT Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier, 2015
ISBN 978-3-86821-598-4 | Paperback | 134 pp. | € 19.50

Introduction (Scott Brewster) – Old Mother Riley Goes to the Pictures: Screening the Irish in Britain (Ruth Barton) – Irish Protestants in Nineteenth-Century Manchester: The Truly Invisible Minority? (Mervyn Busteed) – Looking at Italy Through Green Glasses: Irish Travellers in Italy (Donatella Abbate Badin) – “A Bit of Business”: New Departures in Economics and Theatre in Sean O’Casey’s “Time To Go” (1951) (Michelle Paull) – Arrivals and Departures in the Work of Owen McCafferty (Brigitte Bastiat) – Imaging and the Role of Contemporary Arts in Northern Ireland (Sylvia Grace Borda) – Finding the ‘Elsewhere’ Next Door: Border Crossings and Translation in Anne Enright’s Writing (Hedda Friberg-Harnesk) – Terror and Redemption in Colum McCann’s “Let the Great World Spin” (Eoin Flannery) – Arrivals and Departures in the Novels and Short Stories of John McGahern, Colm Tóibín, and Claire Keegan (Claudia Luppino) – Engaging the Irish Diaspora Elites in Ireland’s Economic Development: A Double-Edged Sword? (Anne Groutel) – Notes on Contributors

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