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By David Alderson, Fiona Becket, Scott Brewster, Virginia Crossman

Ireland in Proximity surveys and develops the increasing box of Irish stories, reviewing current debates in the self-discipline and supplying new avenues for exploration. Drawing on various disciplinary and theoretical methods, this outstanding number of essays makes an leading edge contribution to 3 parts of present, and infrequently contentious, debate inside Irish stories. This obtainable quantity illustrates the range of considering on Irish heritage, tradition and identification. via invoking theoretical views together with psychoanalysis, cultural theories of area, postcoloniality and theories of gender and sexual distinction, the gathering deals clean views on tested matters and brings new and under-represented components of serious difficulty to the fore. bankruptcy topics comprise: * sexuality and gender identities * the historiographical matters surrounding the Famine * the Irish diaspora * theories of area relating to Ulster and past. individuals inlcude: David Alderson, Aidan Arrowsmith, Caitriona Beaumont, Fiona Becket, Scott Brewster, Dan Baron Cohen, Mary Corcoran, Virginia Crossman, Richard Kirkland, David Lloyd, Patrick McNally, Elisabeth Mahoney, Willy Maley, Shaun Richards, Éibhear Walshe.

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Moreover variations on all of these versions of nationalism existed in the past. The question of nationalism and national identity in Ireland has, of course, played a central role in the debates engendered by so-called ‘revisionism’ in Irish historiography. Whereas ‘nationalist’ historians have been charged with projecting an ‘anachronistic Hibernocentric perspective, with associated nationalist themes’ into the past in order to provide modern Ireland with a respectable historical lineage, ‘revisionists’ have been accused of inverting the anachronism by ‘extruding the play of national consciousness from all but the modern period’ (Ellis 1994:180, Bradshaw 1994:209–10).

Inter preting Irish History: The Debate on Historical Revisionism, 1938–1994, Dublin: Irish Academic Press: 234–45. Derrida, J. (1978) ‘Violence and Metaphysics: An Essay on the Thought of Emmanuel Levinas’, in Writing and Difference, trans. Bass , London: Routledge: 79–152. —— (1989) ‘Biodegradables: Seven Diary Fragments’, trans. Kamuf , Critical Inquiry 15, 4: 812–73. Stocker (eds) Oxford Literary Review 14: Frontiers: 3–23. 26 Willy Maley —— (1994) Specters of Marx: The State of the Debt, the Work of Mourning, and the New International, trans.

Bradshaw 1989:348) What is called for by Bradshaw is a blend of ‘a fully critical methodology in the analysis of evidence with a more sensitive response to its content’. In other words—Bradshaw’s in fact—‘empathy’ and ‘imagination’ (Bradshaw 1989:350). The titles of some recent critical works suggest that there is a consensus forming around the idea that ‘Ireland’ is a cultural construct. One thinks here of volumes like Writing Ireland (1988), Representing Ireland (1993), Inventing Ireland (1995) and Translating Ireland (1996).

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