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Journal of Irish and Scottish Studies, Volume 1.1

Journal of Irish and Scottish Studies, 1.1



Cultural Exchange from Medieval to Modernity
Volume 1, Issue 1 (Autumn 2007)

Available Open Access - free to read and free to download from
Aberdeen University Press. Link below.



Detailed Description

Journal of Irish and Scottish Studies, Volume 1.1 (2007) Cultural Exchange from Medieval to Modernity, Aberdeen: AHRC Centre for Irish and Scottish Studies, pp307+x, ISSN-1753-2396

The Journal of Irish and Scottish Studies is the only journal devoted to scholarly work in the languages, history, literature and cultures of both countries.

Available Open Access - free to read and free to download from


What’s the Matter?: Medieval Literary Theory and the Irish Campaigns in The Bruce
R. D. S. Jack

Voices of the Vanquished: Echoes of Language Loss in Gaelic Poetry from Kinsale to the Great Famine
Tom Dunne

Irish Political Verse and the American Revolutionary War
Vincent Morley

The Oral Tradition and Literature in Ireland and Scotland: Popular Culture in Robert Burns and Charles Maturin
Jim Kelly

Setting His Own Standard: James Orr’s Employment of a Traditional Stanza Form
Carol Baraniuk

Dugald Stewart and the Problem of Teaching Politics in the 1790s
Michael Brown

Dissolving the Dream of Empire: Fratriotism, Boswell, Byron and Moore
Murray Pittock

Radical Satire, Politics and Genre: The Case of Thomas Moore
Jane Moore

Away with the Faeries (or, It’s Grimm up North): Yeats and Scotland
Willy Maley

Reshaping Scotland: Ireland, Europe and the Interwar Scottish Literary Renaissance Movement
Margery Palmer McCulloch

"Crossing Swords with W. B. Yeats": Twentieth Century Scottish Nationalist Encounters With Ireland
Bob Purdie

The Abbey: National Theatre or Little Theatre?
Nicholas Grene

Playing National: The Scottish Experiment
Donald Smith

Relations and Comparisons between Irish and Scottish Poetry: 1890 to the Present Day
Edna Longley

Kelman * Deleuze * Beckett
Michael Gardiner

Stateless Nation / Nationless State: History, Anomaly and Devolution in Scottish and Northern Irish Writing
Aaron Kelly

The Revival of the Ulster-Scots Cultural Identity at the Beginning of the 21st Century
Linda M. Hagan

Identifying Another Other
Cairns Craig