The Irish Review published by Cork University Press
SCIENCE AND SUSTAINABILITY
Paradoxes of Irish Scientific Culture | BRIAN TRENCH
Knowledge as power, knowledge as capital: A political economy critique of modern ‘academic capitalism’ | JOHN BARRY
Sustainable Development in Ireland – Blowing in the Wind? | HILARY TOVEY
Anticipatory Governance: can we imagine a future scientific Ireland? | PÁDRAIG MURPHY
Nanotechnology and the Precautionary Principle | DÓNAL P O’MATHÚNA
A Taste of Things to Come? GM Crops, Climate Change, and Intellectual Property Rights | FIACHRA Ó BRAONÁIN
Towards a Theology of Poetry: Seamus Heaney’s Icons and Sacraments | GAIL McCONNELL
Beauty, Atrocity and Sympathy | RICHARD CONYNGHAM
Two poems | JUSTIN QUINN
Moira Maguire, Precarious Childhood in Post-independence Ireland.
Éibhear Walshe, Cissie’s Abattoir
Dónal Óg Cusack, Come What May: The Autobiography
Aodhan Madden, Fear and Loathing in Dublin.
Patricia Coughlan and Tina O’Toole (eds), Irish Literature: Feminist Perspectives.
BRIGITTE LE JUEZ
Emilie Morin, Samuel Beckett and the Problem of Irishness.
Gillian McIntosh and Diane Urquhart (eds), Irish Women at War The Twentieth Century.
Peter Mahon: Violence, Politics and Textual Interventions in Northern Ireland.
BARRA Ó SÉAGHDHA
Helen O’Shea, The Making of Irish Traditional Music
John Walsh, The Politics of Expansion: The Transformation of Education Policy in the Republic of Ireland, 1957-1972
John Coolahan (With Patrick F. O’Donovan, A History of Ireland’s School Inspectorate, 1831- 2008
Paul Murphy, Hegemony and Fantasy in Irish Drama, 1899-1949
James S. Donnelly, jr. Captain Rock: The Irish Agrarian Rebellion of 1821-1824
Thomas Moore, Memoirs of Captain Rock, the Celebrated Irish Chieftain, edited by Emer Nolan with annotations by Seamus Deane
Alan Gillis. Here Comes the Night.
Jefferson Holdridge, The Poetry of Paul Muldoon