This book presents a series of essays on some of the most challenging issues which are facing Irish Studies scholars in the twenty-first century. It aims to provide a variety of views on topics such as gender, media, the North and the revision of traditional approaches to Irish studies as seen by a number of scholars at the end of the first decade of the third millennium. The breadth of scope is justified by the dynamic growth of the field over the last decade and points to the diverse academic and national backgrounds of the authors of the chapters and the enthusiasm with which the cultural concerns of the island of Ireland are tackled in other countries. Writers from Austria, Brazil, Canada, Germany and Spain provide original viewpoints on Irish topics which are as bold as they are refreshing. The awareness of the unique situation of Ireland and her cultural practices has provided a scenario in which interest in the literature, art, film and other cultural manifestations is great, and it is hoped that this volume will play a part in stimulating debate about some of the fascinating areas of Irish cultural matters discussed herein and will provide a useful work of reference for anyone interested in the rich and ample field of Irish Studies.analysis i propose focuses on gender issues in relation to women in bram Stokera#39;s famous novel Dracula (1897), specifically on the figure of the New Woman. For this purpose, i am going to centre it on the women who come into contact withanbsp;...
|Title||:||'To Banish Ghost and Goblin': New Essays on Irish Culture|
|Author||:||David Clark, Rubén Jarazo Álavez (Eds.)|
|Publisher||:||Netbiblo - 2010-07-16|