IASIL Bibliography for 2005

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IASIL Bibliography for 2005


General Studies

ABBATE BADIN, Donatella, 'Identita irlandese e interculturalita: alla ricerca di un modello / Irish Identity and Interculture: in Search of a Model', in Proietti, P., ed., L'Europa nel terzo millennio. Identita nazionali e contaminazioni culturali, Sellerio (Palermo), 2004, 171-82. [In Italian]

ABKAROVITS, Endre, 'The Revival of Traditional Music and Dance in Ireland and Hungary', in Eger Journal of English Studies, Vol. V, pp 145-71.

--, "Ir sztar Magyarorszagon--Beszelgetes Andy Irvine-nal / An Irish Star in Hungary--Talking with Andy Irivne', in folkMAGazin, No.3, pp. 33-5. [In Hungarian].

AKENSON, Donald Harman, An Irish History of Civilization, McGill-Queen's University Press (Montreal), Volume 1, 840, Volume 2, 780.

ALEXANDER, Neal, 'Somewhere in the Briny Say: An Imaginative Geography of Belfast', in Connolly & Coughlan, pp. 7-15.

ALLIN, Hubert, U2: la saga rock / U2: the Rock Saga, City (Grainville), 123. [In French].

ALTUNA-GARCIA DE SALAZAR, Asier, 'Popular Spanish Legend, History, and Culture in the Substantiation of the Anglo-Irish Unionist Discourse 1800-1815', in Estevez Saa & Arriaga Florez, pp. 70-85.

--, 'Nineteenth-Century Anglo-Irish Cervantine', in Estudios irlandeses: Journal of Irish Studies, 0 [Online Journal], . For previous publication, see Irish University Review 35.2 (2005), p.400.

ALVAREZ LUGRIS, Alberto, & MOSCOSO MATO, Eduardo, 'Galicia, Irlanda e o Leabhar Gabhala. O mito celta no proceso de construccion da identidade nacional galega / Galicia, Ireland, and Leabhar Gabhala. The Celtic Myth in the Process of Construction of Galician National Identity', in Gomez Penas et al, pp. 56-131. [In Galician].

AMADOR MORENO, Carolina P., 'Discourse Markers in Irish English: An Example from Literature', in Barron, Anne, & Schneider, K.P., eds., The Pragmatics of Irish English, Mouton de Gruyter (Berlin and New York), pp. 73-100.

ANDERSON, Benedict, 'Globalization and Its Discontents', Field Day Review, 1, pp. 177-87.

ANTON-PACHECO, Ana, et al., eds., Estudios de la mujer: discursos e identidades (Volumen V) / Women's Studies: Discourses and Identities (Volume V), C.E.R.S.A. (Madrid), 276. [Articles in Spanish and English].

ARROWSMITH, Aidan, 'Photographic Memories: Nostalgia and Irish Diaspora Writing', in Textual Practice, 19:2, pp. 297-322.

BALLANTYNE, Tony, 'The Sinews of Empire: Ireland, India and the Construction of British Colonial Knowledge', in McDonough, pp. 145-61.

BARANIUK, Carol., 'Words Well Woven: A Poetic Tradition in the North of Ireland', in Trainor de la Cruz & Krauel Heredia, pp. 41-52.

BARBER, Fionna, 'Excavating Room 50: Irish Painting and the Cold War at the 1950 Venice Biennale', in Cullen & Morrison, pp. 207-24.

BARRON, Anne, & SCHNEIDER, Klaus P., eds., The Pragmatics of Irish English, de Gruyter (Berlin), 408.

BARROS DEL RIO, Maria Amor, 'Nombrar lo innombrable. Mujeres y literatura en Irlanda / Naming the Unnamable. Women and Literature in Ireland', in Praga Terente, ed., pp. 69-110. [In Spanish].

--, Metaforas de su tierra. Breve historia de las mujeres irlandesas /Metaphors of Their Land. A Brief History of Irish Women, Septem (Oviedo), 2004, 108. [In Spanish].

BASTIAT, Brigitte, 'Banshee, an Irish Feminist Newspaper: Style and Themes', in ABEI Journal, No.7, pp. 185-92.

BATES, Robin E., '"The Queene is Defrauded of the Intent of the Law": Spenser's Advocation of Civil Law in "A View of the State of Ireland"', in Papers on Language & Literature, 41:2, pp. 123-45.

BEARDOW, Frank, & O'MALLEY-YOUNGER, Alison, eds., Representing Ireland: Past, Present and Future, Sunderland University Press (Sunderland), 173.

BEHRENDT, Stephen C., 'Irish Women Poets of the Romantic Period: A Different Sort of Other', in Women's Writing, 12:2, pp. …

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