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The Reimagining Ireland Reader

Examining Our Past, Shaping Our Future

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To mark the fact that the Reimagining Ireland series will soon have one hundred volumes in print, this book brings together a selection of essays from the first fifty volumes, carefully chosen to give a flavour of the diversity and multidisciplinary nature of the series. Following a chronological order, it begins with an essay by Luke Gibbons tracing the roots of modernity from the middle decades of the nineteenth century and concludes with Michael Cronin's discussion of time and place in global Ireland. In between, the reader will find a rich variety of essays on literary criticism, poetry, drama, photography, modernity, advertising, visual culture, immigration and feminism. This is a collection that will appeal to anyone with a scholarly or personal interest in the cultural forces that have shaped modern Ireland. It is also a testament to the rude good health of contemporary Irish studies, showcasing the work of a talented array of established and emerging scholars currently working in the area.

Product code: 9781787077393

ISBN 9781787077393
Dimensions (HxWxD in mm) H225xW150
Series Reimagining Ireland
Edition New edition
No. Of Pages 322
Publisher Peter Lang Ltd
The Reimagining Ireland series will soon have one hundred volumes in print; this book brings together a selection of essays from the first fifty volumes, chosen to give a flavour of the diversity of the series. It showcases the work of a talented array of established and emerging scholars currently working in Irish Studies.