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The Irish Review 54

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The Irish Review 54 is out now. This very exciting special issue, edited by Nessa Cronin and Karen E. Till, considers ‘Embodied Geographies of the Nation’.


Artistic Proclamations | GERRY KEARNS

‘Take off yer boots’: Céilí Bands, 2RN Radio and Sounding the Nation | TIM COLLINS

Waiting ‘For the City to Remember’: Archive and Repertoire in ANU Productions and CoisCéim Dance Theatre’s These Rooms | KAREN E. TILL

 Féile Fáilte: Dancing Out of Place | FEARGHUS Ó CONCHÚIR

 Asylum Archive: An Archive of Asylum and Direct Provision in Ireland | VUKASIN NEDELJKOVIC

Archaeologies of the Future: Landscapes of the ‘new Ireland’ in Gerard Donovan’s Country of the Grand | NESSA CRONIN

 Trying Identities: Erskine Childers and Roger Casement | BRYONIE REID

Poetry by 



ANNA PILZ on Tina O’Toole, Gillian McIntosh and Muireann Ó Cinnéide (eds), Women Writing War: Ireland 1880-1922

JULIE ANN STEVENS on Anne Jamison, E. Œ. Somerville and Martin Ross: Female Authorship and Literary Collaboration

SEÁN HEWITT on Derek Gladwin, Contentious Terrains: Boglands, Ireland, Postcolonial Gothic

ADAM HANNA on John Dennison, Seamus Heaney and the Adequacy of Poetry

JOEP LEERSSEN on Senia Pašeta (ed.), Uncertain Futures: Essays about the Irish Past for Roy Foster

RUTH CANNING on Brendan Bradshaw, And so began the Irish Nation: Nationality, Nationalism and National Consciousness in Pre-Modern Ireland

CONOR REIDY on Laurence M. Geary and Oonagh Walsh (eds), Philanthropy in Nineteenth-century Ireland



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