FIELD DAY REVIEW 3 (2007), S. Deane and B. Mac Suibhne, eds.

Journal of Irish studies. Published by Field Day in association with the Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies at the University of Notre Dame.

Journal Contents:

ESSAYS

  • Seamus Deane, Walter Benjamin:The Construction of Hell
  • Stephen Rea, ‘Keep Goin’?. Gotta Keep Goin’’: Remembering Robert Altman
  • Brian Dillon, An Interview with Tim Robinson
  • Tim Robinson, Twilight on Old Stones
  • Catherine Gallagher, War, Counterfactual History and Alternate- History Novels
  • Guy Beiner and Joep Leerssen, Why Irish History Starved: A Virtual Historiography
  • Jennifer Todd, Trajectories of Change: New Perspectives on Ethnicity, Nationality and Identity in Ireland
  • Richard Kirkland, ‘That Car’: Modernity, Northern Ireland And The Dmc-12
  • Alan Ahearne, Global Imbalances: The Risks for The World Economy
  • Conor Gearty, Rethinking Civil Liberties in a Counter-Terrorism World
  • Jackie Nickerson, Images from ‘Faith’

REVIEWS

  • Terry Eagleton, Bodies Once Again
  • Deana Heath, India, Identity and Globalization
  • Brendan O’Leary, Cuttlefish, Cholesterol and Saoirse
  • Ian McBride, Ireland’s History Troubles
  • David W. Miller, Varieties of Irish Evangelicalism
  • Michael Rubenstein, Revisiting the City, Revising Nationalism
  • Matthew Kelly, ‘Nothin’ To do but walk up and down?’
  • Mary P. Corcoran, Consumption and Identity
  • Timothy W. Guinnane, Returns, Regrets And Reprints
  • Joep Leerssen, The Big CHIL
  • Ciaran Carson, How To Remember?
  • Bríona Nic Dhiarmada, Pied Beauty

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