31st July 2017
John Montague speaks of finding his own voice and of wandering around the world to discover the self you were...
Nuala Ni Dhomhnaill
In her volume of The Poet's Chair Nuala Ni Dhomhnaill discusses the importance of place in Irish literature and the...
Paul Durcan examines the work and impact of Irish poets Anthony Cronin, Michael Hartnett and Harry Clifton and places them...
1st June 2017
An Underground Theatre is the first full-length study of playwrights working in the Irish language in the pivotal 1930-80 period....
20th November 2016
Women's literary expressions of war have long been neglected and at times forgotten in Irish scholarship. In Women Writing War:...
31st May 2016
Imaginary Bonnets with Real Bees in Them is the third volume in The Poet's Chair series, publishing the public lectures...
5th May 2016
In The Real People of Joyce's Ulysses, Dubliner and Joycean scholar Vivien Igoe leaves no stone uncovered in revealing the...
1st November 2015
In this volume, the distinguished Dublin poet Harry Clifton - who has lived and worked all over the globe -...
11th June 2015
In this volume, the distinguished Irish poet Michael Longley - whose poetry has transcended political and cultural boundaries throughout his...
9th June 2015
Voices on Joyce gathers together interpretations of James Joyce's work by scholars in a wide span of disciplines: music, history,...
31st October 2014
An international collection of critical and creative work that offers compelling responses to the specifics of 'tradition' and 'place' in...
15th August 2014
Challenging the confessional labelling of him that has dominated his critical reception and popular perception for decades, the author argues...
30th November 2012
Professor O Cathain is widely known for his contribution to Irish and international folkloristics and the many ways in which...
15th September 2011
Our knowledge of Cleopatra, one of the most famous woman in antiquity, comes from Plutarch's description of her. Plutarch, whose...
30th March 2011
Explores the evolving ideology that inspired the successful campaign of writers such as Ciaran and Brian O Nuallain, and Cathal...
Sarah E. McKibben
25th October 2010
Drawing on feminist, postcolonial and gender theory, this work argues for the ideological, representational and linguistic complexity of early modern...
12th May 2010
From philosophically informed exegeses and the various conceptions of international modernism to considerations of dance, film, and the flourishing field...
1st April 2010
Although the 1940s are often seen as a period of lowered post-Renaissance expectations for Irish writers of English, they were...
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