Volume 12

AJIS Volume 12 (2012)
Contents


Articles
‘Grammars In Search Of A Corpus: Pre-Revival Guides To The Irish Language’. Nicholas Wolf
‘“I am doing fairly well in the lecturing line”: Michael Davitt and Australia 1895.’ Carla King
‘More Than Just An Experiment: Irish Football Players In Australian Rules Football.’ Ciannon Cazaly
‘The National Museum of Ireland – an ideological history.’ Patrick Cooke
‘“The Dead” and The Dead: The adaptation of temporal structure from short fiction to film.’ Peter Dulgar

Irish Studies Association of Australia and New Zealand PRIZE ESSAY

Translating Táin Bó Cuailnge for Modern and Foreign Audiences: Strategies and Challenges Debora Biancheri

A Personal reflection
‘Incorrigibly Plural: A Dubliner’s Diaspora’ Siobhán McHugh

Book reviews
Val Noone, Hidden Ireland in Victoria. Niall Ó Ciosáin
John Walsh, Contests And Contexts: The Irish Language And Ireland’s Socio-Economic Development. Colin Ryan
Marie Martin, Learning by Wandering: an ancient Irish perspective for a digital world. Cian Marnell
F.H.A. Aalen, Kevin Whelan And Matthew Stout (eds) Atlas of the Irish Rural Landscape. Lindsay Proudfoot
Sharon J. Arbuthnot and Geraldine Parsons (eds) The Gaelic Finn tradition. Patrick Coleman
Marie Louise Coolahan, Women’s Writing in Early Modern Ireland Dianne Hall
James Kelly And Fiona Clark (eds) Ireland and Medicine in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries. Susan Broomhall
Mel Cousins, Poor Relief in Ireland, 1851–1914. Elizabeth Malcolm
Colin Barr, The European Culture Wars in Ireland: The Callan Schools Affair, 1868–1881. Carole M. Cusack
Ann Keogh and Dermot Keogh, Bertram Windle: The Honan Bequest and the modernisation of University College Cork, 1904–1919. John A. Murphy
Marianne Elliott, When God took sides: Religion and Identity in Ireland—Unfinished History. Louise Fuller
Paul McMahon, British spies and Irish rebels: British intelligence and Ireland, 1916–1945 Daniel Leach
Niamh Hourigan, (ed) Understanding Limerick: social exclusion and change. Chris McConville
Donald Harman Akenson, Ireland, Sweden and the Great European Migration, 1815–1914. Angela McCarthy
Anne McMahon, Convicts at Sea: the voyages of the Irish convict transports to Van Diemen’s Land, 1840-1853. Perry McIntyre
Elizabeth Rushen and Perry McIntyre, The Merchant’s Women: the story of over 200 young single women who left England in 1833 to settle in New South Wales. Lucy Frost
Bryan Fanning and Ronaldo Munck (ads), Globalization, Migration and Social Transformation: Ireland in Europe and the World. Patricia O’Connor
Angela McCarthy and Catharine Coleborne (eds,) Migration, Ethnicity, and Mental Health: International Perspectives, 1840–2010. Dolly MacKinnon
Mark Boyle, Metropolitan Anxieties: on the meaning of the Irish Catholic Adventure in Scotland. Bronwen Walter
Carol MacKeogh and Díóg O’Connell (eds), Documentary in a Changing State: Ireland Since the 1990s. Peter Kuch
Irene De Angelis, The Japanese Effect in Contemporary Irish Poetry. Frances Devlin-Glass
James Lawless, Rus in Urbe. Hugh O’Donnell, No Place Like It. Colin Ryan
Eibhear Walshe, Oscar’s Shadow: Wilde, Homosexuality and Modern Ireland. Peter Kuch


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