FIELD DAY REVIEW 6 (2010), a journal of Irish studies, S. Deane & C. Deane, eds.

Field Day Review 6 (2010). A journal of Irish studies and international cultural studies, published in collaboration with the Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies, University of Notre Dame. Field Day sets the standard in Irish academic publishing with innovative forms of critical debate and unsurpassed production values.

Journal Contents

ESSAYS

  • Kevin Whelan, Brian Friel’s Translations: Hinterlands
  • Michael Cronin, Kate O Brien and the Erotics of Liberal Catholic Dissent
  • Emer Nolan, Sinéad O’Connor: The story of a voice
  • Carl Bové, Misprisions of Utopia: Messianism, Apocalypse, and Allegory
  • Luke Gibbons, The Addressivity of the Eye: James Coleman’s Connemara Landscape
  • Cathal Goan agus Alan Titley, Breandán Ó Buachalla: Tribute
  • Thomas Bartlett, The Pursuit of Helen Landreth: Robert Emmet, Gender and Historical Scholarship in Mid-Twentieth-Century Ireland
  • Catherine Morris, Alice Milligan: Republican Tableaux and the Revival
  • Terry Eagleton, Culture, Atheism and the War on Terror

REVIEW ARTICLE

Seamus Deane, ‘To See Again The Stars’: The Dictionary of Irish Biography: From the Earliest Times to the Year 2002

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