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Journal of Irish and Scottish Studies, Volume 4.1

JISS v4.1



Nations, Diasporas, Identities
Volume Four, Issue One (Autumn 2010)

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 4.1 (2010) Nations, Diasporas, Identities, Aberdeen: AHRC Centre for Irish and Scottish Studies, pp225+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


Ever more ‘Diaspora’: Advances and Alarums
Donald Harman Akenson

Translating Nations: Botany, Organicism and Diaspora
Cairns Craig

Memory, Place and Diaspora: Locating Identity in Colonial Space
Lindsay Proudfoot & Dianne Hall

Homeless Minds, Imagined Nations, Peripheral Visions: Hugh MacDiarmid and Allan Curnow
Andrew Blaikie

Scotland’s Feminine Nationalism: Some Distant Views of Jane Porter
Graeme Morton

‘Irishness’ on the New Zealand Stage, 1850-1930
Peter Kuch

Migration, Identity and Print Culture: Sir David Henry and the Kinleith Paper Mill
David Finkelstein & Sydney Shep

Michael Davitt’s Pacific World
Malcolm Campbell

Settlement, Conflict and Continuity: Irish Protestant Migrants on New Zealand’s Pakeha Frontier, 1870-1900
Gerard Horn

‘It is curious how keenly allied in character are the Scotch Highlander and the Maori’: Encounters in a New Zealand Colonial Settlement
Brad Patterson

Getting Massey: The Limavady Statue Stoush and the Politics of Space in Northern Ireland
Ewan Morris

‘In habits, in character, in fact ... [in]... everything except language... like the Norwegians’: New Zealand’s Shetland Migrants
Rebecca Lenihan