FIELD DAY REVIEW 9 (2013), a journal of Irish studies (special Derry issue), S. Deane & C. Deane, eds.

Field Day Review 9 (2013). A special edition to mark Derry City of Culture UK 2013

A journal of Irish studies and international cultural studies.Published by Field Day in association with the Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies at the University of Notre Dame.

Journal Contents:


  • Daniel Finn, The Point of No Return? People’s Democracy and the Burntollet March
  • Allen Feldman, Éamonn O’Doherty and the Gaze of Common Places
  • Kerby A.Miller and Brian Gurrin, The Derry Watershed: Its Religious and Political Demography, 1622-1911
  • Patrick Maley, Dwelling in Dissonance: Brian Friel’s The Freedom of the City, Posterity, and History
  • Paul Laughlin, Six Derry Poems
  • Niall . Dochartaigh, with an introduction by Lisa Rodgers, Images from the inside: Michael Rodgers’ photographs of the civil rights campaign and the birth for the Troubles in Derry
  • Declan McGonagle, Out of the Fields and Into the Forest: Claiming a role for art and a position for the City of Derry
  • Willa Murphy, ‘Satisfied with Marrow and Fatness’: The Epicurean Theology of Frederick Hervey, Bishop of Derry
  • Susan McKay and Willie Doherty, Lost Boys
  • Breandán Mac Suibhne, Spirit, Spectre, Shade: A True Story of an Irish Haunting; or, Troublesome Pasts in the Political Culture of North-West Ulster, 1786-1972


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