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.
- 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