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Journal of Irish and Scottish Studies, Volume 5.2

JISS v5.2



After the Homecoming
Volume Five, Issue Two (Spring 2012)

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 5.2 (2012) After the Homecoming, Aberdeen: AHRC Centre for Irish and Scottish Studies, pp214+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


Peripheral Landscapes? Ireland, Scotland and the Picturesque
Finola O’Kane

Early Irish America and its Enemies: Ethnic Identity Formation in the Era of the Revolution, 1760 – 1820
Benjamin Bankhurst

Language, Heritage and Authenticity: Nicholas Michael O’Donnell and the Construction of Irishness in Australia
Jonathan O’Neill

Imagining the Scottish-Canadian Diaspora: Emigration and Memory in Alistair MacLeod’s No Great Mischief and Alice Munro’s ‘The View from Castle Rock’
Elisabeth Winkler

A Hundred Years from Home: Cape Breton Scots and the Establishment of Cultural Dominance, 1820 – 1920
Sandra Barney

The Spoils of Spiritual Empire: Emigrant Contributions to Nineteenth-Century Irish Catholic Church-Building
Sarah Roddy

Homecoming, Hamefarin and Hijacked Country-of-Origin Perceptions: The Motivations of Irish and Scottish Legacy Tourists
Nina M. Ray and Gary McCain

Representing the Great Irish Famine in America: Quinnipiac University’s An Gorta Mór Collection and the Politics of Irish Identity in the American Diaspora
David A. Valone

Recognisably Irish? The Diasporic Fiction of Regina Maria Roche
Christina Morin

Homeless at Home: Poetics of Place in the Poetry of Tom Paulin
Mayy H. Elhayawi

Seen from Elsewhere: Irelantis’s Emigrant Isle
Jennifer Way