IASIL Bibliography for 2006

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IASIL Bibliography for 2006


General Studies

A. LITERATURE

ALCOBIA-MURPHY, Shane, Sympathetic Ink: Intertextual Relations in Northern Irish Poetry, Liverpool UP (Liverpool), 272.

ALONSO GIRALDEZ, Jose Miguel, 'Contemporary Irish Poetry: Actual Territories and Territories of the Mind', in The Grove, 12 (2005), pp. 27-36.

AMADOR-MORENO, Carolina A., 'The Crossing of Boundaries in Donegal Writing', in Andreu, C., ed. Re-Writing Boundaries, Universitat Ravina (Tarragona).

BALLIN, Malcolm,' "Indicative Bearings": Steps Towards a Theory of Periodical Genres', see C, LANGUAGE AND CULTURE: Genet, Mikowski & Garcier, pp. 249-60.

--, 'Regionalism and Realism in The Bell', in Lynch, Fischer & Coates, Vol. II, pp. 87-96.

BEBIANO, Adriana, 'The Irish Cosmopolitan Writes Home', in Macedo, Ana Gabriela, & Keating, Maria Eduardo, eds., Coloquio de Outoneo. Novos cosmopolitismos, identidades hibridas / New Cosmopolitisms, Hybrid Identities, Universidade do Minho (Braga), pp. 91-104.

BELANGER, J., The Irish Novel in the Nineteenth Century: Facts and Fictions, Four Courts Press (Dublin), 2005, 248.

BISHAI, Nadia Zaki, 'Further Thoughts on Irish Poetry Set to Music, with Special Reference to the Art Song in Contemporary Irish Music', in Lynch, Fischer & Coates, Vol. I, pp. 229-40.

BOEY, Kim Cheng, 'The Dublin-Moscow Line: Russia and the Poetics of Home in Contemporary Irish Poetry', in IUR, 36:2, pp. 353-73.

BOISSEAU, Maryvonne, '"There Is No Such Thing As An Honest Ulsterman", A Survey of The Honest Ulsterman, 1968-2003', see C, LANGUAGE AND CULTURE: Genet, Mikowski & Garcier, pp. 294-303.

BRANNIGAN, John, 'Northern Irish Fiction: Provisionals and Pataphysicians', in English, James F., ed., A Concise Companion to Contemporary British Fiction, Blackwell (Malden, MA) & (Oxford), pp. 141-63.

BREWSTER, Scott, 'Abject State: Waste and the Exile of the Body in Northern Irish Poetry', in Gilsenan Nordin, pp. 21-39.

BROOM, Sarah, Contemporary British and Irish Poetry: An Introduction, Palgrave Macmillan (New York), 278.

BURGESS, Miranda, 'The National Tale and Allied Genres, 1770s-1840s', in Foster, pp. 39-59.

CARPENTER, Andrew, 'Literature in Print', see C, LANGUAGE AND CULTURE: Gillespie, & Hadfield.

--, 'Poetry in English 1690-1800: From the Williamite Wars to the Act of Union', in Kelleher & O'Leary.

CARRUTHERS, Gerard, 'Poetry beyond the English Borders', in Gerrard, Christine, ed., A Companion to Eighteenth-Century Poetry, Blackwell (Malden, MA) & (Oxford), pp. 577-89.

CLARK, Heather L., The Ulster Renaissance: Poetry in Belfast, 1962-1972, Oxford UP (New York & Oxford), 245.

COSTELLO-SULLIVAN, Kathleen, 'Silence and Power in Anglo-Irish Women's Literature', in Lynch, Fischer & Coates, Vol. 1, pp. 279-88.

CULLINGFORD, Elizabeth Butler, '"Our Nuns Are Not a Nation": Politicizing the Convent in Irish Literature and Film', in Eire-Ireland, 41:1-2, pp. 9-39.

CUSACK, George, & GOSS, Sarah, eds., Hungry Words: Images of Famine in the Irish Canon, Irish Academic Press (Dublin & Portland, OR), 342.

DAVIS, J. Madison, 'Sister Fidelma and a Wealth of Broken Noses: A Survey of Irish Crime Writing', in World Literature Today, 81:1, pp. 8-10.

DOMINGUEZ PENA, Manuela Susana, ESTEVEZ SAA, Margarita, & MAcCARTHY, Anne, eds., Ireland in the Coming Time: New Insights on Irish Literature, NetBiblo (Weston, Florida), 152. [Articles in English and Spanish].

DOMINGUEZ PENA, Manuela Susana, 'Dos respuestas semejantes en torno alas nociones de "Identity" y "Sense of Place" / Two Similar Responses to the Notions of "Identity" and "Sense of Place"', in Dominguez Pena, Estevez Saa, & MacCarthy, pp. 101-8. [In Spanish].

DOUGLAS, Aileen, 'The Novel before 1800', in Foster, pp. 22-38.

EICHHORN-MULLIGAN, Amy C. …

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