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Table of Contents
|Introduction to Theories of Memory|
|Memory and History||p. 3|
|Toward a Theory of Cultural Memory in an Irish Postcolonial Context||p. 18|
|Remembrance and Forgetting in Early and Premodern Irish Culture|
|"the memorye of their noble ancestors": Collective Memory in Early Modern Ireland||p. 37|
|The Harp as a Palimpsest of Cultural Memory||p. 52|
|Modes of Memory: Remembering and Forgetting the Irish Rebellion of 1798||p. 66|
|Women and the Survival of Archaeological Monuments in Nineteenth-Century Ireland||p. 83|
|Modernity, History, and Memory|
|Memory, Modernity, and the Sacred||p. 101|
|"In a Landlord's Garden": Synge and Parnell||p. 115|
|Embodying the Memory of War and Civil War||p. 129|
|De Valera's Historical Memory||p. 142|
|Coming Clean?: Remembering the Magdalen Laundries||p. 157|
|Producing Memory: A History of Commemoration and the Abbey Theatre||p. 172|
|Remembering to Forget: Queer Memory and the New Ireland||p. 184|
|9/11, the War on Terror, and the Irish Language||p. 195|
|Multiculturalization and Irish National Memory||p. 207|
|Afterword: Language, History, and Memory|
|The Great Forgetting||p. 221|
|Works Cited||p. 231|
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