Selected Delegate Publications

Natalie Anderson

Quiver (Penstroke Books, 2011)

Crawlers (Ashland Poetry Press, 2006)

Following Fred Astaire (The Word Works, 1999)

 

Dr Giulia Bruna

EDITED VOLUME

Guest Editor with Catherine Wilsdon. Organized Spaces: Revival Activism and Print Culture. Special Issue of Irish Studies Review. 22.1 (February 2014).

ACADEMIC JOURNALS

Editors’ Introduction with Catherine Wilsdon. Organized Spaces: Revival Activism and Print Culture. Special Issue of Irish Studies Review. 22.1 (February 2014). http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/09670882.2013.871852

“‘In the Heart of the Roman Metropolis:’ An Italian Prologue to Synge’s Investigative Journalism.” Studi Irlandesi. A Journal of Irish Studies. Vol. 1. Florence: Firenze University Press, 2011. 147-156.

BOOK CHAPTERS

“John Millington Synge’s Travel Journalism: Reporting from the Fringes of Revival Ireland.” Global Literary Journalism. Exploring the Journalistic Imagination. Eds. Richard Keeble, John Tulloch. New York: Peter Lang, 2012. 347-361.

PEER-REVIEWED CONFERENCE PUBLICATIONS

“‘I Like Not Lifting the Rags from my Mother Country for to Tickle the Sentiments of Manchester’: Synge’s Subversive Practice in In the Congested Districts.” The Politics of Irish Writings. Eds. Kateřina Jenčová, Michaela Marková, Radvan Markus, Hana Pavelková. Prague: Centre for Irish Studies Charles University, 2010. 46-56.

“On the Road In the Congested Districts with John Synge and Jack Yeats: Visual and Textual Shaping of Irishness.” Founder to Shore. Cross-currents in Irish and Scottish Studies. Eds. Shane Alcobia-Murphy, Lindsay Milligan & Dan Wall. Aberdeen: AHRC Centre for Irish and Scottish Studies University of Aberdeen, 2010. 43-54.

REVIEWS

“Recovering the ‘Congested’ Districts” Review of J.M. Synge Travelling Ireland. Essays 1898-1908. Ed. Nicholas Grene. in Literary Journalism Studies Vol. 2, No. 1, Spring 2010.

 

Moira Casey

‘ “Built on Nothing but Bullshit and Good PR”: Crime, Class Mobility, and the Irish Economy in the Novels of Tana French’. Clues: A Journal of Detection. Special Issue on Tana French. 32.1, 2014. 92-102

 

Katryn Kirkpatrick

Her Small Hands Were Not Beautiful ( Clemson Univeristy Press, 2014)

Our Held Animal Breath (Word Tech Communications, 2012)

‘Paula Meehan’s Garden’ New Hibernia Review 17,.2, Summer 2013. 45-

 

Joanna Kruczkowska

Publications in English

“Seamus Heaney on Zbigniew Herbert. Affinities.” Studies in Literature and Culture in Honour of Prof. Janicka-Świderska. Ed. M. Edelson. Lodz: Lodz University Press, 2002. 111-121.

“Language and Fiction as Subjects and Media of Simon Armitage’s Poems.” Folia Litteraria Anglica 5 (2002): 111-121.

Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation: Role of Contemporary Northern Irish Poetry in the Context of the Conflict in Ulster. Paris: Université Paris III-Sorbonne Nouvelle, and Lodz: University of Lodz, 2003 (330 p. + summary in French: 88 p., and in Polish: 79 p.).

“Northern Irish Poets and the Identity Split.” Kulturowe przedstawienia psychiatrii i chorób psychicznych. Ed. Katarzyna Szmigiero. Piotrków Trybunalski: Piotrków Scientific Press, 2009. 123-131.

“Kings and Poets: Self-Irony in Selected Poems by George Seferis and Derek Mahon.” Here/Now – Then/There: Traditions, Memory, Innovation in Modern British and Irish Poetry. Essays on Modern British and Irish Poetry. Ed. Ludmiła Gruszewska Blaim and David Malcolm. Gdansk: Gdansk University Press, 2011. 46-61.

“Openness and Light in the Dialogue between the North and the South – Selected Poems by Contemporary Irish and Greek Poets.” The Playful Air of Light(ness) in Irish Literature and Culture. Ed. Marta Goszczyńska and Katarzyna Poloczek. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2011. 17-29. [Heaney, Mahon, Seferis

“The Use of Ulster Speech by Michael Longley and Tom Paulin.” Text Matters 1 (2011): 241-253.

“Derek Mahon’s Seascapes Mediated through Greece: Antiquity in Modernity, Nature in Abstraction.” Irish Landscapes: New Myths, New Perspectives. Ed. Marie Mianowski. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012. 69-80.

“Linguistic Substitution vs. Metonymy: Two Poems by Ciarán Carson and Michael Longley on the Northern Irish Conflict.” Comparative Studies in Anglophone Literatures: Transnational, Postcolonial, and Auto/thematic (re)Considerations and (re)Visions. Ed. Grzegorz Koneczniak. Toruń: Toruń University Press, 2012. 205-215.

A Sketch for an ‘Idyll’: Eliot, Auden and Seferis in Cyprus.” Poets of the Past, Poets of the Present. Ed. Monika Szuba and Tomasz Wisniewski. Gdansk: Gdansk University Press, 2013. 13-30.

 

William Kupinse

Articles and Essays:

“Private Property, Public Interest: Bloom’s Ecological Fantasy in ‘Ithaca.’” Forthcoming in the James Joyce Quarterly.

“H. G. Wells’s Taxonomy of Waste.” Aesthetic Fatigue: Modernity and the Language of Waste. Eds. John F.M. Clark and John Scanlan.Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2013. 99-118.

Poems:

“Room.” Collecting Life: Poets on Objects Known and Imagined. Eds. Madelyn Garner and Andrea L. Watson. 3 Taos Press, 2012.

“Springtime.” Cascade: Journal of the Washington Poets Association. Fall 2011.

“Chestnut” and “Raw Materials.” Many Trails to the Summit: Poems by Forty-Two Pacific Northwest Poets.  Rose Alley Press, 2010.

 

Ed Madden

Tiresian Poetics: Modernism, Sexuality, Voice 1888-2001 (Farleigh Dickinson UP, 2008)

My Father’s House (Seven Kitchens Press, 2013)

Nest (Salmon, 2014)

 

John Patrick Montaño

‘Beyond consumerism: reflections on gender politics, pleasure and sustainable consumption’ in ed. Peg Rawes, Relational Architectural Ecologies, Routledge, 2013.

 

Martin Ryle’s interests include recent and contemporary fiction; twentieth-century Irish writing in English; and questions of culture, consumption and the environment. As well as articles and chapters on Ian McEwan, Kazuo Ishiguro, John McGahern, Paul Muldoon and Derek Mahon, he has written and edited the following books:

Journeys in Ireland: Literary travellers, rural landscapes, cultural relations Aldershot: Ashgate, 1999

(with Kate Soper) To relish the sublime? Culture and self-realization in postmodern times London: Verso, 2002

(edited with Jenny Bourne Taylor) George Gissing: Voices of the Unclassed Aldershot: Ashgate, 2005

(edited with Kate Soper and Lyn Thomas) The Politics and Pleasures of Consuming Differently Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 20o9

(edited with Julia Jordan) B. S. Johnson and Post-War Fiction: Possibilities of the Avant Garde Basingstoke: Palgrave, forthcoming (2014)

 

Kate Soper

Books

On Human Needs, open and closed theories in a Marxist perspective, Harvester Press, 1981.

Humanism and Anti-Humanism, Hutchinson, 1986.

Troubled Pleasures: Writings on Politics, Gender and Hedonism, Verso, 1990.

What is Nature? Culture, Politics and the Non-Human, Blackwell, 1995

To Relish the Sublime ? Culture and Self-Realisation in Post-Modern Times, Verso, 2002 (with Martin H.Ryle).

Citizenship and Consumption (ed. with Frank Trentmann), Palgrave, 2007.

The Politics and Pleasures of Consuming Differently (ed. With Lyn Thomas and Martin Ryle), Palgrave, 2009.

 

A selection of articles/book chapters of ecocritical relevance 2004-2014

‘Humans, Animals, Machines’ in New Formations, no. 49, 2003.

‘Nature and Culture: the Mythic Register’ in P.Sheehan ed., Becoming Human, Praeger, 2003.

‘Naturalised identities and the identification of nature: a realist and humanist perspective’ in K.Pedersen & A.Viken eds.Nature and Identity, HoyskoleForlaaget, 2003

‘Privileged Gazes and Ordinary Affections: reflections on the politics of landscape’ in Mark Dorrian & Gillian Rose eds., Landscape and Politics, Black Dog, 2004.

‘Nature and Objectivity’ in M. Archer & B.Outhwaite eds., Objectivity, Routledge, 2004.

‘The Enchantments and Disenchantments of Nature’ in J.Paavola and I.Lowe eds. Environmental Values in a Globalizing World, Routledge, 2005.

‘The Beast in Literature: Some Initial Thoughts’, in Comparative Critical Studies 2 (3) 2005.

‘Alternative Hedonism and the Critique of Consumerism’ (with Lyn Thomas) Working Papers, Series no. 31, in the Cultures of Consumption Programme, London, 2006 (at http://www.consume.bbk.ac.uk)

‘Conceptualising needs in the context of consumption’, Journal of Consumer Policy. Vol.29, no.4, 2006, pp.355-372.

‘Re-thinking the “good life”: the citizenship dimension of consumer disaffection with consumerism’, Journal of Consumer Culture, Vol (7) 2, 2007, pp. 205-230.

‘Alternative Hedonism, Cultural Theory and the Role of Aesthetic Revisioning’, Cultural Theory, 2008.

‘Realism, Naturalism and the Red-Green Nexus: Benton’s Critical Contribution to Ecological Theory, eds. Sandra Moog and Rob Stones, Nature, Social Relations and Human Needs, essays in honour of Ted Benton, Palgrave, 2009.

‘Unnatural Times? The social imaginary and the future of nature’ in eds. Bob Carter and Nickie Charles, Nature, Society and Environmental Crisis, Wiley-Blackwell, The Sociological Review, 2010

‘Passing Glories and Romantic Retrievals: Avant-Garde Nostalgia and Hedonist Renewal’ in Ecocritical Theory, eds. Axel Goodbody and Kate Rigby, University of Virginia Press, 2011.

‘Disposing Nature or Disposing of It ? : Reflections on the Instruction of Nature’ in ed. Gregory E. Kaebnick, The Ideal of Nature, The John Hopkins University Press, Baltimore, 2011.

 

Barbara Suess

 

Progress and Identity in the Plays of W. B. Yeats, 1892 – 1907. New York: Routledge, 2003.

Co-editor (with Julie Nash), New Approaches to the Literary Art of Anne Brontë. Aldershot, England: Ashgate Publishers, 2001.

“Robots and Rebels: Technological and Organic Discourse in Pearse’s Political Essays.” Irish Modernism and the Global Primitive. Ed. Maria McGarrity and Claire A. Culleton. Palgrave Macmillan, 2009. 41-61.

     
Antonella Trombatore

“Ex-centric Human and Natural Identities in Edna O’Brien’s In the Forest“, Studi Irlandesi. A Journal of Irish Studies, n. 3 (2013), pp. 221-234

http://www.fupress.com/bsfm-sijis

 

Wong Yeang Chui

Co-author with D. R. Woolf. “English Vernacular Historical Writing and Holinshed’s Chronicles.” The Age of Shakespeare. Ed. Malcolm Smuts. Oxford; New York: Oxford University Press. Forthcoming.

Affirming the Absurd in Harold Pinter. Palgrave MacMillan, 2013.

William Cecil, Ireland, and the Tudor State by Christopher Maginn.” European Studies Journal, 2013.

Edmund Spenser’s War on Burghley by Bruce Danner.” Sixteenth Century Journal. 44.1 (2013): 211-12.

“Remembrance of Things Past and Present: Chronological Time and Cognitive Sensibilities in Harold Pinter’s Silence and The Proust Screenplay.” Modern Language Review (Modern Humanities Research Association) 107.4 (October 2012): 1033–46.

“Idealizing and Unraveling the Possibilities of Virtual Realities in Kevin Kerr’s SPINE.”

TDR: The Drama Review (MIT Press Journals) 55.3 (2011): 173–77.

“ ‘Law, doth make the Irish grow civil, and become English’: Sir John Davies and the Reformation of the Irish Constitution.” Intersecting Disciplines: Approaching Medieval and Early Modern Cultures, selected proceedings of the Newberry Library Center for Renaissance Studies. Ed. Karen Christianson, 2010. 67-73.

Martial Power and Elizabethan Political Culture by Rory Rapple.” Irish Historical Studies (Trinity Colllege, Dublin; Irish Historical Society). 37.145. May 2010. 125-26.

“Harold Pinter.” Dictionary of Literary Characters. Ed. Michael D. Sollars. New York: Facts on File, Oct. 2010.

“Unstaging King Lear.” Theatre Research International (Cambridge University Press) 34.3 (2009): 294–306.

“Interview with Ho Tzu Nyen.” Theatre Research International (Cambridge University Press) 34.3 (2009): 307–309.

“The King Lear Project: A Trilogy.” Shakespeare Bulletin (Johns Hopkins University Press) 27.1 (2009): 138–44.

“Consciousness and Continuity in Harold Pinter’s Landscape.” Explicator (Heldref Publications) 67.1 (2008): 35-37.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


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