9781851828753

Ireland And Scotland

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  • ISBN13:

    9781851828753

  • ISBN10:

    1851828753

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2005-04-15
  • Publisher: Four Courts Pr Ltd

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Table of Contents

Notes on Contributors 7(3)
Acknowledgements 10(1)
Introduction 11(12)
Liam McIlvanney
Ray Ryan
PART I: CULTURAL CONTEXTS
Arguments for and against union: Scotland and Ireland, 1700--2000
23(15)
Jim Smyth
National literature and cultural capital in Scotland and Ireland
38(27)
Cairns Craig
PART II: CULTURAL PRACTICE
The Derry school of drama, 1677--1722: Ireland, the Ulster Scots and archipelagic English
65(26)
John Kerrigan
Collection and selection: poetry and art for the nation
91(22)
Fiona Stafford
Remembrance, rebellion and the gender politics of the bardic nation: Irish and Scottish romanticisms
113(16)
Julie Kipp
Aspects of Celticism
129(15)
George Watson
Sibling rivalry? Contemporary Scottish and Irish cinemas
144(20)
Jonathan Murray
PART III: CULTURAL POLITICS
The peripheral rise of the novel: Ireland, Scotland and the politics of form
164(19)
Katie Trumpener
Gender and nationalism in Scotland and Ireland: making and breaking the waves
183(20)
Marilyn Reizbaum
Across the narrow sea: the language, literature and politics of Ulster Scots
203(24)
Liam Mcllvanney
Popular culture in Scotland and Ireland, 1800--2000: sport, politics and religion
227(21)
Graham Walker
Alan Bairner
PART IV: AFTERWORD
Making the Caledonian connection: the development of Irish and Scottish Studies
248(11)
T.M. Devine
Bibliography 259(16)
Index 275

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