Journal of Irish and international cultural studies. Published by Field Day in association with the Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies at the University of Notre Dame.
Siobhán Kilfeather, Alice Maher’s Materials
James Chandler, A Discipline in Shifting Perspective: Why We Need Irish Studies
Emer Nolan, Irish Melodies and Discordant Politics: Thomas Moore’s Memoirs of Captain Rock (1824)
Marjorie Howes, Postcolonial Yeats: Culture, Enlightenment, and the Public Sphere
Maud Ellmann, Ulysses: Changing into an Animal
Peter McQuillan, Suairceas in the Seventeenth Century
Michael Griffin and Breandán Mac Suibhne, Da’s Boat; or, Can the Submarine Speak? A Voyage to O’Brazeel (1752) and other Glimpses of the Irish Atlantis
Sara Smyth, Shooting for the State? Photos of the Civil War
Susan McKay, ‘You can make your wee film. But no cameras’: Unionism in 2005
Richard Bourke, Antigone and After: ‘Ethnic’ Conflict in Historical Perspective
Joe Cleary, The World Literary System: Atlas and Epitaph
Katie Trumpener, ‘The Stasi is My Eckermann’
Joseph P. Buttigieg, Empire of Liberty: A Futile and Bloody Aspiration
Terry Eagleton, Fascists
John Gibney, Reading, Writing and Print in Early Modern Ireland
T. H. Breen, An Irish Revolution in Eighteenth-Century America?
Enda Leaney, Vested Interests: Science and Medicine in Nineteenth- Century Ireland
Gavin Foster, In the Shadow of the Split: Writing the Irish Civil War
Tony Crowley, Monolingual Ireland’s Dead and Gone?
Willy Maley, Letter from Glasgow: Where the Streets Have No Shame