OUT OF STOCK FIELD DAY REVIEW 4 (2008), a journal of Irish studies, S.Deane and B. Mac Suibhne, eds. (FREE PDF)

Journal of Irish and international cultural studies, featuring essays by Seamus Deane and Pascal Casanova.

Published by Field Day in association with the Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies at the University of Notre Dame.

Journal  Contents


  • Pascale Casanova, The Literary Greenwich Meridian: Thoughts on the Temporal Forms of Literary Belief
  • Toril Moi, Ibsen in Exile: Peer Gynt, or the Difficulty of Becoming a Poet in Norway
  • John Barrell, Radicalism, Visual Culture, and Spectacle in the 1790s
  • Breandán Mac Suibhne, Afterworld: The Gothic Travels of John Gamble (1770–1831)
  • Claire Connolly, Ugly Criticism: Union and Division in Irish Literature
  • Denis Condon, Politics and the Cinematograph: The Boer War and the Funeral of Thomas Ashe
  • David Fitzpatrick, ‘I will acquire an attitude not yours’: Was Frederick MacNeice a Home Ruler and Why does this Matter?
  • Seamus Deane, Snapped: Thomas Allen’s Pulp Fictions
  • Michael Cronin, Minding Ourselves: A New Face for Irish Studies
  • Fintan Cullen, The Lane Bequest: Giving Art to Dublin
  • Robert Tracy, ‘A statue’s there to mark the place’: Cú Chulainn in the GPO
  • Máirín Nic Eoin, Idir Dhá Chomhairle/ Between Two Minds: Interculturality in Literary Criticism in Irish


  • Luke Gibbons, Mourn and then Onward!
  • Patrick Griffin, Reckoning with the English
  • Bruce Nelson, My countrymen are all mankind
  • Deirdre McMahon, Plato’s Cave?
  • Sean Ryder, Ireland’s Difficulty, the Novelist’s Opportunity?
  • Peter McQuillan, Bardic Realities
  • Terry Eagleton, The Lack of the Liberal

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