IASIL Bibliography for 2008

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A. LITERATURE

AGNEW, Eadaoin, HUGHES, Eamonn, MAGINNIS, Caroline, & MORAN, Christina, eds., A Further Shore: Essays in Irish and Scottish Studies, AHRC Centre for Irish and Scottish Studies (Aberdeen), xi + 181.

ALCOBIA-MURPHY, Shane, ed., What Rough Beasts?: Irish and Scottish Studies in the New Millennium, Cambridge Scholars Publishing (Newcastle), xv + 219.

--, & MAXWELL, Margaret, eds., The Enclave of My Nation: Cross-Currents in Irish and Scottish Studies, AHRC Centre for Irish and Scottish Studies (Aberdeen), vii + 241.

ALEXANDER, Neal, 'The Carceral City and The City of Refuge: Belfast Fiction and Urban Form', in Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 33:2, pp. 28-38.

ALONSO ROMERO, Fernando, "Proyeccion de la mitologia greco-latina en la literatura irlandesa e inglesa (Edad Media): El origen de los poderes magicos de Amergin / The Influence of the Greco-Latin Mythology in the Irish and English Literature (Middle Ages): The Origin of Amergin's Magical Powers ', in Cuadernos de literatura griega y latina VI. Proyeccion de la mitologia greco-latina en las literaturas europeas / Portfolio of Greek and Latin Literature, 6. Projection of Greco-Latin Mythology in European Literatures, pp. 119-47. [In Spanish].

ALTUNA-GARCIA SALAZAR, Asier, 'Imagining the Basques, Imagining the Irish', in Carrera, pp. 373-81.

ARMSTRONG, Philip, What Animals Mean in the Fiction of Modernity, Routledge (London), vii + 256.

BALLIN, Malcolm, Irish Periodical Culture, 1937-1972: Genre in Ireland, Wales and Scotland, Palgrave Macmillan (Basingstoke & New York), 272.

BARANIUK, Carol, '"... crazier and more of it than we think": The Ulster-Scots Contribution to Irish Literature', in Carrera, pp. 315-25.

BERGER, Dieter A., "Irishness und Komik / Irishness and Humour', in Berger, Dieter A., Englischer Humor - literarisch / English Humour in Literature, Wissenschaftlicher Verlag Trier (Trier), pp. 247-52. [In German].

BIGELOW, Gordon, Fiction, Famine, and the Rise of Economics in Victorian Britain and Ireland, CUP (Cambridge), 242.

BLEHEEN, Brendan, Intertextualitat und Stereotyp in der Reiseliteratur am Beispiel ausgewahlter Texte von deutschen Irlandreisenden / Intertextuality and Stereotypes in TravelWriting: The Example of German Travellers to Ireland, Verlag Dr. Muller (Saarbrucken), 121. [In German].

BOUMELHA, Penny, 'Regeneration: Time, Place and Gender in Fin-de-siecle Utopian Narrative,' in Nowhere is Perfect: French and Francophone Utopias/Dystopias, U of Delaware P (Newark, DE), pp. 123-38.

BOUVIER, Nicolas, Journal d'Aran et d'autres lieux: feuilles de route / Aran and Other Places: A Diary, Payot (Paris), 166. [In French].

BRACKEN, Claire, 'The Love Affairs of the Irish Feminist Critic', in Farago and Sullivan, pp. 204-19.

BRANAGAN, Martina, 'A la Conquete du Roman Historique: Entretien avec Suzanne Aubry', in Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 33:1, pp. 91-5. [In French]

BURLEIGH, David, 'Certain Ways of Looking at a Blackbird', in Journal of Irish Studies, XXIII, pp. 44-52.

CANON-ROGER, Francoise, & CHOLLIER, Christine, eds., Des genres aux textes / From genres to texts, Artois Presses Universitaires (Arras), 360. [In French]

CARRASI, Vito, II Fairy Tale nella tradizione narrativa irlandese / The Fairy Tale in the Irish Narrative Tradition, ADDA (Bari), 203 [In Italian].

CARRERA, M. J., et al., eds., The Irish Knot. Essays on Imaginary/Real Ireland, Universidad de Valladolid (Valladolid), 391. [Articles in English and Spanish].

--, 'Ireland, the Imaginary Knot', in Carrera, pp. 13-27.

CASHMAN, Ray, Storytelling on the Northern Irish Border: Characters and Community, Indiana UP (Bloomington, IN).

CIOMPI, Fausto, Mondo e dizione. La poesia in Gran Bretagna e Irlanda dal 1945 a oggi / World and Diction. …