The Irish Review

The Irish Review published by Cork University Press

Irish Review 46 Contents

The Irish Review, No. 46, Autumn 2013, Criticism and the Crisis

Guest Editor: Michael G. Cronin

Irish Studies: Ideas and Institutions after the Crash’ MICHAEL G. CRONIN AND EMER NOLAN

‘Marxism, Capitalist Crisis, and Irish Literary Studies’ JOE CLEARY

‘The Empire’s New Clothes: Irish Studies, Postcolonialism and the Crisis’ LUKE GIBBONS

‘Adjusting Men and Abiding Mammies: Gendering the Recession in Ireland’ DIANE NEGRA

‘”Crisis? What Crisis?”: The Humanities and Neoliberalism in Ireland’ LIONEL PILKINGTON

‘Are the Irish Different? Theories and Methods in Irish Studies’ TOM INGLIS

‘Ireland 2012: Excavating the Present’ DECLAN KIBERD

‘Finding New Partners: Irish Studies and its International Futures’ MARGARET KELLEHER

‘“Ethical and Cultural Diversity”:  Can Irish Studies Be Oppositional and Institutional at the Same Time?’ CHRIS MORASH

‘Irish Studies in Britain’ SHAUN RICHARDS

Roundtable: Prospects and Futures SEAMUS DEANE, HEATHER LAIRD, SUSAN MCKAY


MARGARET KELLEHER on R.F. Foster, Words Alone: Yeats and His Inheritances

GILL MCINTOSH on David Fitzpatrick, ‘Solitary and Wild’. Frederick MacNeice and the Salvation of Ireland

BERNADETTE CUNNINGHAM on Vincent Morley, Ó Chéitinn go Raiftearaí : mar a cumadh stair na hÉireann

PATRICK MAUME on Otto Rachbauer, Shane Leslie: Sublime Failure

CLÍONA Ó GALLCHOIR on Jim Kelly, Charles Maturin: Authorship, Authenticity and the Nation and Christina Morin, Charles Robert Maturin and the Haunting of Irish Romantic Fiction.

CARMEL QUINLAN on Sophie Hillan, May, Lou & Cass: Jane Austen’s Nieces in Ireland

GAIL MCCONNELL on Richard Rankin Russell, Poetry and Peace: Michael Longley, Seamus Heaney and Northern Ireland


Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: Logo

You are commenting using your account. Log Out /  Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )


Connecting to %s


This entry was posted on November 13, 2013 by .
%d bloggers like this: