The aim of this investigation is to reconsider the cultural confrontation between England and Ireland from a new methodological perspective, and to trace how this confrontation resulted in a particular notion, literary as well as political, of Irish nationality.
Baigushev, Sergey, Evgeny Khvalkov, Feliks Levin, Anastasia Novikova, Adrian Selin, Aleksandra Shisterova, Maksim Shkil & Irina Yakovleva
2020. The Image of The Other In Early Modern Imperial Discourses: Venetian Discourse About Istria and English Discourse About Ireland. SSRN Electronic Journal
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1993. Protestants and the Irish Language, c. 1675–1725. The Journal of Ecclesiastical History 44:2 ► pp. 243 ff.
1989. Nationalism and historical scholarship in modern Ireland. Irish Historical Studies 26:104 ► pp. 329 ff.
2010. Introduction. In Recovering Bishop Berkeley, ► pp. 1 ff.
Burke, Helen M.
2012. Crossing Acts: Irish Drama from George Farquhar to Thomas Sheridan. In A Companion to Irish Literature, ► pp. 125 ff.
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1999. Attitudes towards Ireland and the Irish in Enlightenment France. In Ireland and the French Enlightenment, 1700–1800, ► pp. 129 ff.
2014. Irish emigration in the 1970s: The ‘problem’ discourse of political elites. Discourse & Society 25:5 ► pp. 619 ff.
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2018. Towards a new “folkloric turn” in the literature of early modernIreland. Literature Compass 15:11
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2006. Literature in Irish, c.1550–1690: from the Elizabethan settlement to the Battle of the Boyne. In The Cambridge History of Irish Literature, ► pp. 191 ff.
1997. Rug-headed kerns speaking tongues: Shakespeare, Translation and the Irish Language. In Shakespeare and Ireland, ► pp. 193 ff.
2011. Ireland in translation. English Today 27:2 ► pp. 53 ff.
1986. Seventeenth-century interpretations of the past: the case of Geoffrey Keating. Irish Historical Studies 25:98 ► pp. 116 ff.
2015. ‘A sort of whirlwind’: mapping the changing geography of Presbyterian religious observance in Ireland. International Review of Sociology 25:2 ► pp. 218 ff.
2006. Literature in Irish, 1800–1890: from the Act of Union to the Gaelic League. In The Cambridge History of Irish Literature, ► pp. 544 ff.
2005. Reasons to Remember Sydney Owenson. Literature Compass 2:1 ► pp. ** ff.
2015. Les voyageurs anglais en Irlande au XVIIIe siècle. Revue LISA / LISA e-journal :vol. XIII-n°3
2002. The Romantic National Tale and the Question of Ireland,
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2016. Introduction: Saints and Scholars. In The Irish in Early Medieval Europe, ► pp. 1 ff.
2008. The story of the Chinese seals found in Ireland. Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society 18:4 ► pp. 465 ff.
1989. Historical Fictions of Autonomy and the Europeanization of National History. Central European History 22:3-4 ► pp. 316 ff.
2006. Literary historiography, 1890–2000. In The Cambridge History of Irish Literature, ► pp. 562 ff.
1999. Rethinking early‐modern colonialism: the anomalous state of Ireland. Irish Studies Review 7:1 ► pp. 13 ff.
2004. Crossing the Borders: Ireland and the Irish between England and America. In Shakespeare, Spenser and the Matter of Britain, ► pp. 12 ff.
2017. Publics and Participation in the Three Kingdoms: Was There Such a Thing as “British Public Opinion” in the Seventeenth Century?. Journal of British Studies 56:4 ► pp. 731 ff.
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2003. 'National' identities and the politics of ancient heritage: continuity and change at ancient monuments in Britain and Ireland, c.1675-1850. Transactions of the Institute of British Geographers 28:4 ► pp. 473 ff.
2001. Politics and the Writing of History: The Impact of the 1690s and 1790s on Irish Historiography. In Political Discourse in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Ireland, ► pp. 222 ff.
2001. Public and Political Opinion in Ireland and the Idea of an Anglo-Irish Union, 1650–1800. In Political Discourse in Seventeenth- and Eighteenth-Century Ireland, ► pp. 110 ff.
2020. Sites of memory in the Irish landscape? Approaching ogham stones through memory studies. Memory Studies 13:6 ► pp. 1284 ff.
2018. “Is this our boasted constitution? Is this our liberty?”: Reading Milton in Ireland. Literature Compass 15:11
2015. Brooke, Henry. In The Encyclopedia of British Literature 1660-1789, ► pp. 161 ff.
1996. Spenser and Scotland: Theviewand the limits of Anglo‐Irish identity. Prose Studies 19:1 ► pp. 1 ff.
1997. The View from Scotland: Combing the Celtic Fringe. In Salvaging Spenser, ► pp. 136 ff.
2007. The Irish Text and Subtext of Shakespeare's English Histories. In A Companion to Shakespeare's Works, Volume 2, ► pp. 94 ff.
2011. Not as Virgil has it: Rewriting the Aeneid in 18th Century Ireland. International Journal of the Classical Tradition 18:2 ► pp. 226 ff.
Miller, Nicholas Andrew
2002. Modernism, Ireland and the Erotics of Memory,
2006. Theatre in Ireland, 1690–1800: from the Williamite wars to the Act of Union. In The Cambridge History of Irish Literature, ► pp. 372 ff.
1995. “Completing the union”: Criticalennui,the politics of narrative, and the reformation of Irish cultural identity1. Prose Studies 18:3 ► pp. 41 ff.
2019. Ireland, Enlightenment and the English Stage, 1740-1820,
2006. Historical writings, 1690–1890. In The Cambridge History of Irish Literature, ► pp. 599 ff.
Petit Cahill, Kevin
2020. Creating places through language rules: A historical and ethnographic perspective on the “Rule of Irish”. Journal of Sociolinguistics 24:2 ► pp. 228 ff.
2017. Literature and Nationhood. In A Companion to Literature from Milton to Blake, ► pp. 114 ff.
Pittock, Murray G. H.
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2015. Moira House Salon: A Site for Irish Scholarship. In Literary Salons Across Britain and Ireland in the Long Eighteenth Century, ► pp. 106 ff.
Ross, Ian Campbell
2006. Prose in English, 1690–1800: from the Williamite wars to the Act of Union. In The Cambridge History of Irish Literature, ► pp. 232 ff.
2000. Astraea’s Substitute: Ireland and the Quest for National Unity. In Body Narratives, ► pp. 127 ff.
2012. The Renaissance of the Forest in Contemporary Art in Ireland. In Irish Contemporary Landscapes in Literature and the Arts, ► pp. 235 ff.
Van Hal, Toon
2014. One continent, one language?Europa Celticaand its language in Philippus Cluverius'Germania antiqua(1616) and beyond. European Review of History: Revue européenne d'histoire 21:6 ► pp. 889 ff.
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2004. Nationalism and Eighteenth-Century British Literature. Literature Compass 1:1 ► pp. ** ff.
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