Routledge International Handbook of Irish Studies

 
 
Routledge (Verlag)
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  • erscheint ca. am 31. Dezember 2020
 
  • Buch
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  • Hardcover
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  • 472 Seiten
978-0-367-25913-6 (ISBN)
 
Routledge Handbook of Irish Studies begins with the reversal in Irish fortunes after the 2008 global economic crash. The essays included address not only changes in post-Celtic Tiger Ireland but also changes in disciplinary approaches to Irish Studies that the last decade of political, economic, and cultural unrest have stimulated.
Since 2008, Irish Studies has been directly and indirectly influenced by the crash and its reverberations through the economy, political landscape, and social framework of Ireland and beyond. Approaching Irish pasts, presents, and futures through interdisciplinary and theoretically capacious lenses, the essays in this volume reflect the myriad ways Irish Studies has responded to the economic precarity in the Republic, renewed instability in the North, the complex European politics of Brexit, global climate and pandemic crises, and the intense social change in Ireland catalysed by all of these.
Just as Irish society has had to dramatically reconceive its economic and global identity after the crash, Irish Studies has had to shift its theoretical modes and its objects of analysis in order to keep pace with these changes and upheavals. This book captures the dynamic ways the discipline has evolved since 2008, exploring how the age of austerity and renewal has transformed both Ireland and scholarly approaches to understanding Ireland. It will appeal to students and scholars of Irish studies, sociology, cultural studies, history, literature, economics and political science.
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978-0-367-25913-6 (9780367259136)
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Renée Fox is Assistant Professor of Literature at the University of California, Santa Cruz and Co-Director of the Dickens Project, an international research consortium headquartered there. She is completing a book entitled Necromantic Victorians: Reanimation and the Historical Imagination in British and Irish Literature, and her published work has appeared in Victorian Studies, Victorian Poetry, Nineteenth-Century Contexts, New Hibernia Review, and several collections and critical editions.
Mike Cronin is the Academic Director of Boston College in Ireland. He has published widely on aspects of Irish history and in particular the sporting and social history of Ireland. He is the director of the government sponsored project, Century Ireland, which is a partnership with RTÉ and the national cultural institutions and is the digital repository for the history of Ireland in the 1913-23 period.
Brian Ó Conchubhair is Associate Professor of Irish Language and Literature at the University of Notre Dame, where he is also a Fellow of the Keough-Naughton Institute for Irish Studies and the Kellogg Institute for International studies. He is a former president of the American Conference for Irish Studies and has published widely on various aspects of the intersections of Irish language culture and literature with modernity.
Part I: OVERVIEW

Introduction: Irish Studies in the Age of Austerity and RenewalMike Cronin, Renée Fox & Brian Ó Conchubhair

Towards a History of Irish Studies in the United StatesJohn Waters

Irish Studies in the Non-Anglophone WorldMichael Cronin

Part II: HISTORICIZING IRELAND

Irish Historical Studies Avant la Lettre: The Antiquarian Genealogy of Interdisciplinary ScholarshipGuy Beiner

Separate and Together: State Histories in the Twentieth CenturyTim McMahon

Beyond the Tale: Folkloristics & Folklore StudiesKelly Fitzgerald

The Irish Language & the Gaeltachtaí: Illiberalism & NeoliberalismBrian Ó Conchubhair

The Great Normalisation: Success, Failure and Change in Contemporary IrelandEoin O'Malley

Northern Ireland: More Shared and More DividedDominic Bryan & Gordon Gillespie

Part III: GLOBAL IRELAND

Connections and Capital: The Diaspora and Ireland's Global NetworksMike Cronin

Irish-AmericaLiam Kennedy

Irish BritainMary Hickman

Ireland Inc.Diane Negra & Anthony McIntyre

Ireland, Europe & BrexitMartina Lawless

Digital Ireland: Leprechaun economics, Silicon Docks, and CrisisKylie Jarrett

Part IV: IDENTITIES

Immigration and CitizenshipLucy Michael

The "New Irish" Neighborhood: Race and Succession in Ireland and Irish-AmericaSarah L. Townsend

Gender and Irish Studies: 2008 to the PresentClaire Bracken

Queering, Querying Irish StudiesEd Madden

The Catholic Church in Irish StudiesOliver Rafferty

Part V: CULTURE

Reading Outside the Lines: Imagining New Histories of Irish FictionRenée Fox

Lyric Narratives: The Experimental Aesthetics of Irish PoetryEric Falci

The Crisis and What Comes After: Post-Celtic Tiger Theatre in a New Irish ParadigmLaura Farrell-Wortman

Material and Visual Culture in Post-Celtic Tiger IrelandKelly Sullivan

"Mise Éire": (Re)imaginings in Irish Music StudiesMéabh Ní Fhuartháin

Sport and Irishness in a New Millennium Paul Rouse

Part VI: THEORIZING

Environmentalities: Speculative Imaginaries of the AnthropoceneNessa Cronin

Irish Animal Studies at the Turn of the Twenty-First CenturyMaureen O'Connor

Contemporary Irish Studies and the Impact of DisabilityElizabeth Grubgeld

Irish Media and Representations: New Critical ParadigmsEmma Radley
Totem and Taboo in Tipperary? Donal Ryan's The Spinning HeartSeán Kennedy

Part VII: LEGACY

Trauma and Recovery in the Post-Celtic Tiger Period: Recuperating the Parent-Child Bond in Contemporary Irish fictionKate Costello-Sullivan

Abused Ireland: Psychoanalyzing the Enigma of Sexual InnocenceJoe Valente & Margot Backus

Surplus to Requirements? The Ageing Body in Contemporary Irish WritingMaggie O'Neill & Michaela Schrage-Früh

From Full Irish to FREESPACE: Irish Architecture in the Twenty-First Century Brian Ward

Re-Packaging History and Mobilising Easter 1916: Commemorations in a time of Downturn and AusterityMike Cronin

An Ordinary Crisis: SARS-CoV-2 and Irish StudiesMalcolm Sen

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