Irish Studies Review

(The TQCC of Irish Studies Review is 0. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-10-01 to 2023-10-01.)
Counter-revolutionary masculinities: gender, social control and revising the chronologies of Irish nationalist politics4
Learning to live with ghosts: spectres of “the Troubles” in contemporary Northern Irish cinema3
Policing the press: censorship, family planning, and the press in Ireland, 1929–673
“Rory played the greens, not the blues”: expressions of Irishness on the Rory Gallagher YouTube channel2
“No irregularity or obstruction can resist them”: advertising of abortion pills in the Irish press, 1890–19302
Poppies, Para flags and the NHS: the iterability of commemoration in Northern Ireland2
Sally Rooney’s Normal People: the millennial novel of formation in recessionary Ireland2
“This unfortunate book”: Bram Stoker and the Edwardian publishing industry1
Brave enough to fight? Masculinity, migration and the Irish revolution1
Beyond the “republican family”: intergenerational memory, biography, and politics in Ireland since 19691
Masculinities in World War One Ireland: the Saxonia incident1
“The old cause is never dead”: hauntology and Brendan Behan’s “The Hostage”1
Memory and counter-memory in contemporary Irish historical fictions: Lia Mills’ Fallen (2015), Mary Morrissy’s The Rising of Bella Casey (2016) and Emma Donoghue’s The Pull of the Sta1
Relocating regionalism: the Fin-de-Siècle Irish local colour tale in transnational contexts1
Towards a religious understanding of the Orange Order: Belfast 1910 to 19141
Introduction: Critiquing crisis and commemoration1
Broken rhythm and slow time: temporalities in John McGahern’s novels1
The disbanded Royal Irish Constabulary and forced migration, 1922–311
At the intersection of medievalism, Celticism and nationalism: Maud Gonne as “Ireland’s Joan of Arc”1
Finance and fiction in Deirdre Madden’s Time Present and Time Past1
“’Tis yourself is a skeleton”: deathbed scenes and ethnic identity in Irish-American short fiction, 1895–19101
Masculinities in revolutionary and post-revolutionary Ireland1
“A forgotten generation”: medical care for disabled veterans of the First World War in independent Ireland1
Master Betty’s accents: affect, celebrity, and the Irish voice in the theatre of Romanticism1
Stereotype blasting: Alan McMonagle as satirist and visionary1
“That terrible, coloured little tragedy”?: Oscar Wilde, Salomé, and genre in transition0
Using masculinities as a paradigm for the history of the Irish Revolution0
“Like poetry or freedom / leaning in from sea”: a reconsideration of the topography of Heaney’s poetry0
Thomas MacGreevy and the rise of the Irish Avant-Garde0
The work of representation and representations of work: the feminist experimental poetries of Catherine Walsh and Ellen Dillon0
Irish literature in transition: 1980–20200
Bram Stoker’s dialects: nation, race, and speech in the early Irish fictions0
Revisioning Beckett: Samuel Beckett’s decadent turn0
Gossip, guerrilla intelligence, and women’s war work in Anna Burns’ Milkman0
J.G. Farrell’s empire novels: the decline and fall of the human condition0
Classics and Celtic literary modernism: Years, Joyce, MacDiarmid and Jones0
Reimagining Irish Studies for the twenty-first century0
Spectres and (Queer) spectrality inWuthering HeightsandPortia Coughlan0
“The age-old struggle”: Irish republicanism from the battle of the Bogside to the Belfast agreement, 1969–19980
Rhythms of writing: an anthropology of Irish literature0
A history of Irish modernism0
Irish literature in transition, 1830–18800
The Shattered Worlds of Standish O’Grady: an Irish life in writing0
Taxation, politics, and protest in Ireland, 1662–20160
The healer in the tower: Biddy Early and discourses of healing in the work of W. B. Yeats and Lady Augusta Gregory0
“Stories last a long time after you go”: female solidarity in Emma Donoghue’s The Pull of the Stars and Elaine Feeney’s As You Were0
Poetry, politics, and the law in modern Ireland0
Memories of the classical underworld in Irish and Caribbean poetry0
Revivalism and modern Irish literature: the anxiety of transmission and the dynamics of renewal0
James Joyce and cinematicity: before and after film0
“Everything / we husband is always shedding”: intimacy, distance, and the politics of migration in Ailbhe Darcy’sInsistence0
The theatre of Thomas Kilroy: no absolutes0
Yeats on theatre0
Ireland in the European eye0
Catholic cosmopolitanism and human rights0
Electioneering and propaganda in Ireland, 1917–1921: votes, violence and victory0
The Irish media and the foundation of the Irish State on 6 December 19220
Re-staging the 1916 Rising: Eugene McCabe’s Pull Down a Horseman (1966)0
Epistolary McGahern0
Soccer and society in Dublin: a history of association football in Ireland’s capital0
After Repeal: rethinking abortion politics0
Spectrality as ethical gift and the chance for justice: living on and dispossession in James Joyce’s “The Dead” and John Banville’sSnow0
Is ní cheilim, deirim, déarfad: the O’Donovan Rossa funeral, Pearse’s graveside oration and the Irish language context0
Bernard Shaw, Sean O’Casey, and the Dead James Connolly0
Paradoxical self-translations: Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill’s remarkable admission0
Ornament and revivalism - 1880s art ceramics and the creation of a ceramic collection at the National Museum of Ireland0
Irish soccer migrants: a social and cultural history0
Woven shades of green: an anthology of Irish nature literature0
Defending Trinity College Dublin, Easter 1916: Anzacs and the Rising0
Synge on vagrancy: labour, workhouses and the feeble-minded0
The Irish Buddhist: the forgotten monk who faced down the British Empire0
A “school of Irish letters”: Samuel Ferguson’s “fountain” series0
Liffey & Lethe: paramnesiac history in nineteenth-century Anglo-Ireland0
“We are as free as ever”: Derek Mahon’s recent poems from the French0
Ireland and Ukraine: studies in comparative imperial and national history0
Country house collections: their lives and afterlives0
Trauma and identity in contemporary Irish culture0
Surreal Beckett: Samuel Beckett, James Joyce, and Surrealism0
Flann O’Brien: Gallows Humour0
Rereading the Rising: towards an understanding of the influence of “Easter 1916” on contemporary Ireland0
The post-crisis Irish voter: voting behaviour in the Irish 2016 general election0
Donegal: the Irish Revolution, 1912–230
The Irish expatriate novel in late capitalist globalization0
Justice in the plays and films of Martin McDonagh0
“[The] immediate heft of bodily and civic catastrophe”: the body (politic) in crisis in Mike McCormack’s Solar Bones0
Fishamble Theatre’s Inside the GPO0
Objective historians, irrational fenians and the bewildered herd: revisionist myth and the Irish revolution0
The Northern Ireland peace process: from armed conflict to Brexit0
An Ulster slave-owner in the revolutionary Atlantic: the life and letters of John Black0
Sunday papers: a history of Ireland’s weekly press0
Irish women in the First World War era: Irish women’s lives, 1914–19180
Ireland, slavery and the Caribbean: interdisciplinary perspectives0
Remembering otherwise: media memory, gender and Margaret Thatcher in Irish hunger strike films0
Somewhere bigger and brighter? Ambivalence and desire in memories of leaving the north of Ireland during the Troubles0
Packy Jim: Folklore and Worldview on the Irish border0
Even better than the real thing: a conceptual history of the “Celtic Phoenix”0
The Irish whales: Olympians of old New York0
Revising the 1975 PIRA ceasefire through the lens of prospect theory0
On docile bodies: silence, control and surveillance as self-imposed disciplines in Anna Burns’ Milkman0
A woman’s place? Challenging values in 1960s Irish women’s magazines0
Historical dictionary of Irish cinema, 2nd edition0
Austin Clarke0
Austerity and Irish women’s writing and culture, 1980–20200
The economics of Empire: genealogies of capital and the colonial encounter0
Songs in Irish popular politics: Cork election songs 1818–18370
Foreigners, non-nationals, immigrants”: precarious citizenship, precarious labour(s) in Oona Frawley’s Flight (2014)0
Moulding the mid-twentieth-century Irish short story: Seán O’Faoláin and The Bell0
Dorothy Macardle0
“It’s a lot of work”: reading domestic labour in Anne Enright’s The Green Road0
Temporality and finance in Post-crash Ireland: Paul Murray’s The Mark and the Void0
Ageing masculinities in Irish literature and visual culture0
Hannah Lynch, 1859–1904: Irish writer, cosmopolitan, New Woman0
Hardly working: eliding remunerative labour in recent Irish women’s fiction0
Nonlinear temporality in Joyce and Walcott: history repeating itself with a difference0
Protestant nationalists in Ireland, 1900–19230
The invaded narrator in Eimear McBride’s A Girl Is a Half-formed Thing0
Drama out of a crisis: James Connolly’s Under Which Flag (1916) and Teresa Deevy’s The Wild Goose (1936)0
“On the edge of foreign”: race and (non-)belonging in contemporary Irish crime fiction0
Art O’Brien and Irish Nationalism in London, 1900–250
The history of physical culture in Ireland0
Bram Stoker and the late Victorian world0
Justice Daniel Cohalan, 1865–1946: American patriot and Irish-American nationalist0
Theories of International relations and Northern Ireland0
Irish Modernisms: gaps, conjectures, possibilities0
Walter Macken: critical perspectives0
Reading work with Claire-Louise Bennett and Doireann Ní Ghríofa0
James Joyce and Catholicism: the Apostate’s Wake0
Literacy, language and reading in nineteenth-century Ireland0
Irish literature in transition, 1880– 19400
Rabindranath Tagore and James Henry Cousins: a conversation in letters, 1915–19400
Avant-Garde Nationalism at the Dublin Gate Theatre, 1928–19400
Post Celtic Tiger landscapes in Irish fiction0
Panepiphanal world: James Joyce’s epiphanies0
Protestant and Irish: the minority’s search for place in independent Ireland0
The shaping of modern Ireland: a centenary assessment0
Irish crime fiction0
James Joyce and absolute music0
Neil Jordan: works for the page0
Casement, choreography and commemoration0
The periodical press in nineteenth-century Ireland0
The active lives of the material culture of commemoration: a Chinese braid and the Irish Citizen Army flag0
Irish literature in transition, 1940–19800
Ireland and the reception of the Bible: social and cultural perspectives0
Architectural space and the imagination: houses in literature and art from classical to contemporary0
'People who get up early in the morning': Irish political capital and the resonances of Iarnród Enda (2021)0
The making of Samuel Beckett’s Play/Comédie and Film0
Writing patriarchy out of tragedy? Marina Carr’s translocation of the atrides myth in Ariel0
“A tight, mesmerizing chain of echoes”: the pantoum in Irish poetry0
Guilt rules all: Irish mystery, detective, and crime fiction0
Seán Hillen, conspiracy, and the ends of Irish Art0
Joyce and geometry0
Civilising rural Ireland: the co-operative movement, development and the nation-state 1889–19390
Irish drama and wars in the twentieth century0
Land purchase and radicalisation in county Galway, c. 1881–19310
Ireland and the great war: a social and political history0
The growth and development of sport in County Tipperary, 1840–18800
Edward Gordon Craig and W. B. Yeats, 1901–1911: Engaging Turner, Ruskin, Wagner and Appia0
Representing the Great Famine in contemporary historical fiction: narrative and intertextual strategies in Joseph O’Connor’s Irish American trilogy0
Courtroom dialogues and feminist legal theory in Irish literature0
Domestic traumas in two plays by Jennifer Johnston0
The poets of Rapallo: how Mussolini’s Italy shaped British, Irish, and US writers0
Richmond Barracks 1916: we were there, 77 women of the Easter rising0
Haunted Heaney: Spectres and the Poetry0
Hummingbirds between the pages0
Theatre and archival memory: Irish drama and marginalised histories 1951–19770
Silence and articulacy in the poetry of Medbh McGuckian0
The future of a mourner: Seamus Heaney’s late work0
Ireland and the Magdalene Laundries: a campaign for justice0
The new Joyce studies0
Dis-orienting Orientalism in contemporary Irish writing: Yan Ge’s Irish short stories0
Ireland and partition: Contexts and Consequences0
Contemporary Irish poetry and the climate crisis0
Space and Irish lesbian fiction: towards a queer liminality0
The fiction of F.E. Crichton (1877–1918)0
“We called ourselves the Irish Ladies’ distress committee”: Irish republican women in Britain, 1916–19230
Masculinities, the failed Bildungsroman, and the nation in Mary Lavin’s The House in Clewe Street (1945)0
The Rebels and Other Short Fiction0
The Edinburgh companion to Irish modernism0
“The First National Museum”: Dublin’s Natural History Museum in the mid-nineteenth century0
Northern Irish writing after the troubles: intimacies, affects, pleasures0
Music, the moving image and Ireland, 1897–20170
Elementary beckett0
Home-made in Belfast: domesticity as creative practice in Northern Irish art and performance0
Contemporary Irish Women Poets0
Erica Van Horn’s creative exercises0
Physical education in Irish schools, 1900–2000: a history0
A history of Irish women’s poetry0
The modern Irish sonnet: revision and rebellion0
”Something that I read in a book”: W. B. Yeats’s Annotations at the National Library of Ireland. Vol. II: Yeats Writings0
Bored bluestockings and frivolous flirts: dynamics of gender and the experiences of the first female students of Queen’s College Cork, 1879–19100
Beckett and the terror of literature0
An Irishman’s life on the Caribbean island of St Vincent, 1787–90: the letter book of attorney general Michael Keane0
Between two hells: the Irish Civil War0
“A gathering of possibilities”: anthologisation and contemporary short fiction0
Anna Liddiard’s Mount Leinster: an ecocritical reading0
Writing work: a conversation with Caitríona Lally0
Clough Williams-Ellis: Errant in Northern Ireland0
Gaelic games on film: from silent films to Hollywood hurling, horror and the emergence of Irish cinema0
Trad Nation: gender, sexuality, and race in Irish traditional music0
Performance, modernity and the plays of J.M. Synge0
Spiritual wounds: trauma, testimony and the Irish Civil War0
John Banville and his precursors0
Seamus Heaney and Theodore Roethke: re-evaluating affinities0
Irish Transatlantics, 1980–20150
Broken Irelands: literary form in post-crash Irish fiction0
Moral authority in Seamus Heaney and Geoffrey Hill0
Rhythmic and distant depths in James Joyce and Colm Tóibín0
Love’s betrayal: the decline of Catholicism and rise of new religions in Ireland0
Look! It’s a woman writer!: Irish literary feminisms 1970–20200
The European metropolis: Paris and Nineteenth-Century Irish women novelists0
All on show: the circus in Irish literature and culture0
The literary afterlives of Roger Casement0
The Black and Tans 1920–1921: a complete alphabetical list, short history and genealogical guide0
The rise of the phoenix: restoration and renaissance in contemporary Irish writing0
Excess in modern Irish writing: spirit and surplus0
Commemorating Northern Ireland, 1921–20210
Five Irish women: the second republic 1960–20160
“This is not about love, this is about guilt and terror”: Phaedra Backwards (2011) and forwards by Marina Carr0
Ulysses in West Britain: James Joyce’s Dublin & Dubliners0
Newspapers and journalism in Cork, 1910–23: press, politics and revolution0
Northern Ireland a generation after Good Friday: lost futures and new horizons in the “long peace”0
Constructions of civil war masculinities in the writings of Dorothy Macardle0
“Comfort plus excitement”: colonial futures in Bob Shaw and David Hardy’sGalactic Tours0
Catholic survival in Protestant Ireland, 1660–1711: Colonel John Browne, landownership and the articles of Limerick0
Transatlantic connections in John McGahern’s The Leavetaking0
Cultural memory in Seamus Heaney’s late work0
The Catholic Church and the Northern Ireland troubles, 1968–19980
Race, politics, and Irish America: a Gothic history0
Seamus Heaney and American poetry0
Making integral: critical essays on Richard Murphy0
Life after Emmet’s death: Sarah Curran’s literary and friendship circle0
Female lines: new writing by women from Northern Ireland0
Music and sound in the life and literature of James Joyce: Joyces Noyces0
Disavowing asylum: documenting Ireland’s asylum industrial complex0
“We know nothing except through style”: John Banville’s worldliness0
Myles na gCopaleen and the fate of “devocracy”: Cruiskeen Lawn and Irish electoral politics in the late 1950s0
Irish Literature in Transition 1780–18300
“The sick body has its own narrative impulse”: contemporary Irish illness narratives and institutions of care0
Anticipating Northern Ireland’s post-Agreement novel: narrative suspension in Deirdre Madden’s One by One in the Darkness0
Diasporic subjects: migrant identities and twentieth-century Ireland0
Building the Irish courthouse and prison: a political history, 1750–18500
The Celtic Phoenix, capitalist realism, and contemporary Irish women’s novels0
Made in Ireland: studies in popular music0
Reimagining Joyce’s Dublin: an interview with Freddie Phillipson0
To Ireland in the end times: figuring the future in contemporary Irish fiction0
Art history at the crossroads of Ireland and the United States0
Working in Cork: everyday life in Irish Steel, Sunbeam Wolsey and the Ford Marina plant, 1917–20010
Covid-19, cultural policy and the Irish arts sector: continuum or conjuncture?0
Introduction: women writing work0
Stage Irish: performance, identity, cultural circulation0