Edited By Eamon Maher and Eugene O'Brien
This landmark collection marks the publication of the 100th book in the Reimagining Ireland series. It attempts to provide a «forward look» (as opposed to what Frank O’Connor once referred to as the « backward look») at what Irish Studies might look like in the third millennium. With a Foreword by Declan Kiberd, it also contains essays by several other leading Irish Studies experts on (among other areas) literature and critical theory, sport, the Irish language, food and beverage studies, cinema, women’s writing, Brexit, religion, Northern Ireland, the legacy of the Great Famine, Ireland in the French imagination, archival research, musicology, and Irish Studies in North America. The book is a tribute to Irish Studies’ foundational commitment to revealing and renewing Irishness within and beyond the national space.
Notes on Contributors
RUTH BARTON is Head of the School of Creative Arts and Associate Professor in Film Studies at Trinity College Dublin. She has published widely on Irish cinema and her works include Irish National Cinema (Routledge, 2004) and Acting Irish in Hollywood (Irish Academic Press, 2006). She has also written critical biographies of the Hollywood star, Hedy Lamarr: Hedy Lamarr, The Most Beautiful Woman in Film (University Press of Kentucky, 2010) and the Irish silent era director, Rex Ingram: Rex Ingram, Visionary Director of the Silent Screen (University Press of Kentucky, 2014). She is Principal Investigator for a Creative Ireland project, ‘Ecologies of Cultural Production’, an investigation into career construction in the creative industries. Her new monograph, Irish Cinema in the Twenty-First Century, was published in 2019 by Manchester University Press.
PROFESSOR COLIN COULTER teaches in the Department of Sociology, the National University of Ireland, Maynooth. He is the editor of Working for the Clampdown: The Clash, the Dawn of Neoliberalism and the Political Promise of Punk (Manchester University Press, 2019) as well as the co-author of Northern Ireland a Generation after Good Friday: Lost Futures and New Horizons in the ‘Long Peace’ (Manchester University Press, 2021).
MARGUÉRITE CORPORAAL is Full Professor in Irish Literature in Transnational Contexts at Radboud University. She was the principal investigator of the research project Relocated Remembrance: The Great Famine in Irish (Diaspora) Fiction, 1847–1921, for which she obtained a Starting Grant for Consolidators from the European Research Council (2010...
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