A journal of Irish and international cultural studies,published in collaboration with Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies at the University of Notre Dame. Field Day sets the standard in Irish academic publishing with innovative forms of critical debate and unsurpassed production values.
- Stephanie Rains, The Ideal Home (Rule) Exhibition: Ballymaclinton and the 1908 Franco-British Exhibition
- Tony Crowley, The Art of Memory: The Murals of Northern Ireland and the Management of History
- Niall O Dochartaigh, ‘Everyone Trying’, The IRA Ceasefire, 1975: A Missed Opportunity for Peace?
- Kevin Honan, The Political Conscious: A Further Round of Reflection on Fredric Jameson’s Valences of the Dialectic
- James Chandler, Cinema, History, and the Politics of Style: Michael Collins and The Wind that Shakes the Barley
- Luke Gibbons, ‘The Wild West of European Finance’: Anachronism, Modernity and the Irish Crisis
- Niamh O’Sullivan, ‘All Native, All our Own, and All a Fact’: John Mulvany and the Irish-American Dream
- Niall Meehan & Kerby Miller, ‘For God and the Empire’: An Irish Historian’s Rapid Rise, Strange Fall, and Remarkable Resurrection
- Lucy Cotter, Ambivalent Homecomings: Louis le Brocquy, Francis Bacon and the Mechanics of Canonization
- Seamus Deane, A Church Destroyed, The Church Restored: France’s Irish Catholicism
- Seamus Deane (edited and translated), Montalembert Letter on Catholicism in Ireland
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