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

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

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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.

Field Day Review 9, special Derry issue

Journal Contents

 

ESSAYS

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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PAPERBACK: 244 PAGES

ISSN 1649-6507

ISBN 978-0-946755-54-7

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