“IRELAND IN CRISIS :
THE ANALYSES AND
(A collection of papers as presented to the
“IRELAND IN CRISIS” Conference, the 2012
International Conference of ICIS : The
International Congress of Irish Studies,
meeting on 10 and 11 July 2012 at
International House on the campus of
the University of California at Berkeley)
Dr. Seán Ó Nualláin, and
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(Cambridge Scholars Publishing)
(OCLC Accession Number 856567163)
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“IRELAND IN CRISIS” includes essays by the poets
Séamas Cain (“The New Wave of Innovative Writers
in Ireland”); Diarmuid Curraoin (“Metaphysics and
Myth in James Joyce”); Mícheál Ó hAodha (“Invisible
People : Invisible Culture”); and Feargus Denman
(“Revisiting the Language of Ireland :
A Revision of Ideology”).
“IRELAND IN CRISIS” also includes revelations and
critiques by Melanie O'Reilly and Frank Lillis
(“The Irish Music Scam”); and Virginia Morris
(“A Rough History of The Celtic Arts Center of
Los Angeles”); among others.
“IRELAND IN CRISIS” also includes
thought-provoking essays by Cathal
MacSwiney Brugha, Catherine MacSwiney
Brugha, Victor Vargas, and most
particularly Dr. Seán Ó Nualláin.
SEÁN Ó NUALLÁIN [from his “Prologue” to this anthology] :
“Séamas Cain described his play about the ‘Conamara’
community in Minnesota, and we were fortunate to have
him joined in this by Bridget Connelly of UC Berkeley,
who found out late in life that she too came from this
background. An excerpt from Cain's Gaelic play was
performed. The ‘Language, literature and society’
theme was introduced with another contribution from
Cain, featured here, on innovative Irish writers,
both autochthonous and diasporic, surely part
of the healing of our country.”
Martin O'Halpin, for
THE RED JASPER PRESS
We also recommend ...
“The Dangerous Islands” by Séamas Cain
“Ireland A Colony Once Again” by Seán Ó Nualláin