RISE JOURNAL: Books for Review

The list of books for review for Review of Irish Studies in Europe (RISE) has been updated

Auge, Andrew J. and Eugene O’Brien, eds. Contemporary Irish Poetry and the Climate Crisis. New York/
    Oxon: Routledge, 2022. 
Bennett, Huw. Uncivil War. The British Army and the Troubles, 1966-1975. Cambridge: Cambridge
    University Press, 2023.
Bollas, Angelos. Contemporary Irish Masculinities. Male Homosociality in Sally Rooney’s Novels. New
    York/ Oxon: Routledge, 2024. 
Clarke, David. Dark Green: Irish Crime Fiction 1665-2000. Oxford; New York: Peter Lang: 2022.
Cullen, Fintan, ed. Ireland and the British Empire. Essays on Art and Visuality. Oxford: Peter Lang, 2023.
Daly, Mary E. The Battle to Control Female Fertility in Modern Ireland. Cambridge: Cambridge University
    Press, 2023.
Farell, Sean. Thomas Drew and the Making of Victorian Belfast. Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University
    Press, 2023.
Fitzpatrick, Maurice H. John Hume in America. From Derry to DCU. Notre Dame: Notre Dame University
   Press, 2019. 
O’Brien, Hazel. Irish Mormons: Reconciling Identity in Global Mormonism. Champaign, Illinois: University
    of Illinois Press, 2023. 
Purdue, Olwen and Georgina Laragy, eds. Poverty, Children and the Poor Law in Industrial Belfast, 1880-
. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2024.
Shokouhi, Marjan. From Landscapes to Cityscapes. Towards a Poetics of Dwelling in Modern Irish Verse.
    Oxford: Peter Lang, 2023.

Please contact Reviews Editor Prof. Sylvie Mikowski at risereviews@efacis.eu if you wish to review any of the titles above.