Journal of Irish studies. Published by Field Day in association with the Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies at the University of Notre Dame.
This issue includes new research on Brian Friel and the origins of Field Day from the recently compiled Field Day Archive at the National Library of Ireland.
- Ciarán Deane, Brian Friel’s Translations: The Origins of a Cultural Experiment
- Joe Cleary, Distress Signals: Sean O Faolain and the Fate of Twentieth-Century Irish Literature
- Barry McCrea, Family and Form in Ulysses
- Catriona Kennedy, Our Separate Rooms: Bishop Stock’s Narrative of the French Invasion of Mayo, 1798
- Juliana Adelman, Animal Knowledge: Zoology and Class-ification in Nineteenth-Century Dublin
- Giovanni Arrighi, in conversation with Joe Cleary: ‘Up for Grabs’
- Ian McBride, The Whole People of Ireland?
- David Lloyd, Shadows of a Gunman
- Chris Morash, Theatre, Globalization and Recalcitrant Audiences
- Sean Mannion, Modernism at the Movies
- Carl Dawson, A Different Grammar
- Francis Mulhern, Just Another Country?