FIELD DAY REVIEW 7
A journal of Irish studies and international cultural studies, published in collaboration with the Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies, University of Notre Dame. Field Day sets the standard in Irish academic publishing with innovative forms of critical debate and unsurpassed production values.
Stephanie Rains, The Ideal Home (Rule) Exhibition: Ballymaclinton and the 1908 Franco-British Exhibition
Tony Crowley, The Art of Memory: The Murals of Northern Ireland and the Management of History
Niall O Dochartaigh, ‘Everyone Trying’, The IRA Ceasefire, 1975: A Missed Opportunity for Peace?
Kevin Honan, The Political Conscious: A Further Round of Reflection on Fredric Jameson’s Valences of the Dialectic
James Chandler, Cinema, History, and the Politics of Style: Michael Collins and The Wind that Shakes the Barley
Luke Gibbons, ‘The Wild West of European Finance’: Anachronism, Modernity and the Irish Crisis
Niamh O’Sullivan, ‘All Native, All our Own, and All a Fact’: John Mulvany and the Irish-American Dream
Niall Meehan & Kerby Miller, ‘For God and the Empire’: An Irish Historian’s Rapid Rise, Strange Fall, and Remarkable Resurrection
Lucy Cotter, Ambivalent Homecomings: Louis le Brocquy, Francis Bacon and the Mechanics of Canonization
Seamus Deane, A Church Destroyed, The Church Restored: France’s Irish Catholicism
Seamus Deane (edited and translated), Montalembert Letter on Catholicism in Ireland