Negotiating Texts and Contexts in Contemporary Irish Studies
Acknowledgements Versions of the chapters in this volume have appeared in the following books and journals: Chapter One: ‘Ireland in Theory: The Influence of French Theory on Irish Cultural and Societal Development’ in Ireland and France: The Anatomy of a Relationship, ed. Eamon Maher and Grace Neville (Frankfurt: Peter Lang, 2004). Chapter Two: ‘The Ethics of Translation: Seamus Heaney’s Cure at Troy’, Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 2003, 27:2 and 28:1. Chapter Three: ‘The Body Politic: The Ethics of Responsibility and the Responsibility of Ethics in Seamus Heaney’s The Burial at Thebes’ in Inter- rogating Antigone: From Philosophy to Performance, ed. S. E. Wilmer and Audrone Zukauskaite (Oxford: Oxford University Press, forthcoming). Chapter Four: ‘“You Can Never Know Women”: Framing Female Identity in Dubliners’ in A New and Complex Sensation: Essays on Joyce’s Dubliners, ed. Oona Frawley (Dublin: Lilliput Press, 2005). Chapter Five: ‘The Return and Redefinition of the Repressed: Postcolonial Studies and “Eveline” in Dubliners’ in Joyce, Imperialism, and Postcolonial- ism, ed. Leonard Orr (New York: Syracuse University Press, 2008). Chapter Six: ‘“Inner Émigré(s)”: Derrida, Heaney, Yeats and the Haunto- logical Redefinition of Irishness’ in Engaging Modernity: Readings of Irish Politics, Culture and Literature at the Turn of the Century, ed. Michael Böss and Eamon Maher (Dublin: Veritas, 2003). viii Acknowledgements Chapter Seven: ‘“Kicking Bishop Brennan up the Arse ...”: Catholicism, Deconstruction and Postmodernity in Contemporary Irish Culture’ in Irish and Catholic? Towards an Understanding of Identity, ed. Louise Fuller, John Littleton and Eamon Maher (Dublin:...
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