FIELD DAY REVIEW 8 (2012), a journal of irish studies, S. Deane & C. Deane , eds.

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:


  • Angus Mitchell, ‘A Strange Chapter of Irish History’: Sir Roger Casement, Germany and the 1916 Rising
  • Roger CasementDiary of Roger Casement, 1914–16, Part I: My Journey to the German Headquarters at Charleville, annotated by Angus Mitchell
  • Roger CasementA Last Page of my Diary, with an Introduction by Angus Mitchell
  • Angus Mitchell‘Phases of a Dishonourable Phantasy’
  • Amy E. MartinRepresenting the ‘Indian Revolution’ of 1857: Towards a Genealogy of Irish Internationalist Anticolonialism
  • Joseph A. Buttigieg, The Alternative Communism of Lucio Magri
  • Ronan Sheehan‘Sub Nomine Columbae / In the Name of Columba’
  • Seamus Deane, The End of the World


  • Willie Smyth, Atlas of the Irish Rural Landscape (2nd Ed) and Historical Geography

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