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|Vol 52 n 2|
|Titre :||Irish University Review : Périodique numérique et imprimé Vol 52 n 1 - Spring/Summer 2022|
|Type de document :||Bulletin|
|Paru le :||01/05/2022|
Focusing on the transatlantic market for Irish literary archives, this essay examines the symbolic weight attached to the role of such archives in the construction of Irish national heritage. Traci...
The National Library of Ireland (NLI) became a legal deposit library in 1927, joining Trinity College which had been, since 1801, subject to British legal-deposit legislation. These two institution...
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This article considers the banknotes printed in the Irish Free State as discrete case studies in order to examine the aesthetic debates of the 1920s, between the rural and the urban; insularism and...
Searching for ‘Maeve’: An Archival Examination of Medbh McGuckian’s Early Career as a Poet in Northern Ireland
Writing to Peter Fallon of the independent Irish publishing house Gallery Press in 1985, the poet Medbh McGuckian uncharacteristically signed the note ‘Maeve’, the Anglicized spelling of her name, ...
This article focuses on the role that prisoners play in the poems of Seamus Heaney. From the time of the introduction of internment in Northern Ireland in the early 1970s, Heaney’s poems frequently...
This essay explores the potential for curatorial practice in a public history context to be engaged as a research practice. It focuses on the development of an exhibition on the history of St Davne...
Ireland’s HIV rate has increased substantially since 2014. ‘Common sense’ explanations for these rising rates in the media and elsewhere have attributed the growing problem to ‘lifestyle’ choices, ...
This article addresses the extent to which historical abuses can be evaluated through the lens of transitional justice. Transitional justice concerns a society’s attempts to address widespread or s...
‘Comparative Liberty’: John Mitchel’s Jail Journal and Austin Reed’s The Life and the Adventures of a Haunted Convict
In Jail Journal (1854), John Mitchel describes receiving a hero’s welcome on his arrival in Brooklyn as an escaped convict on 29 November 1853. That same day, Austin Reed was enjoying one of his ra...
This essay considers the relationships between Samuel Ferguson, Edward Dowden, and Aubrey de Vere in the late nineteenth century. In evaluating Ferguson’s career shortly after the poet’s death in 1...