Archive for the ‘New Books’ Category

Weekly Irish Tune from the O’Neill Collection – Week 3

Posted on October 17, 2022 in Uncategorized
Two lines of music notation with heading, in Irish and in English: An Fear a fuair Bás agus do eirigh arís, The Man Who Died and Rose Again.
‘An Fear do fuair Bás agus do Éirigh Arís/ The Man Who Died and Rose Again.

The Man Who Died and Rose Again. (Double Jig). In Francis O’Neill: The dance music of Ireland: 1001 gems. To see the book, Visit the Hesburgh Special Collections: Special Coll.Rare Books Large M 1744 .D36 1986, or see this digitized copy in Hathi Trust: https://catalog.hathitrust.org/Record/011983920

If you post a recording on social media of yourself playing our Weekly Irish Tune, please use the hashtag #ONeillTunes.

New Books from Ireland, 2022

Posted on August 31, 2022 in Uncategorized

A selection of the books published in Ireland that reached our Hesburgh Library shelves this year:

Claire Breay, Joanna Story and Eleanor Jackson, eds. Manuscripts in the Anglo-Saxon Kingdoms. Four Courts Press.

Richard Doherty.. Irish Men and Women in the Second World War. Four Courts Press.
New Book Area Z 106.5 .G7 B7 2021*

Jonathan Jeffrey Wright. Crime and Punishment in Nineteenth-Century Belfast: The Story of John Linn. Four Courts Press.. HV 6248 .L564 W74 2020

Joseph Brady and Ruth McManus. Building Healthy Homes. Dublin Corporation’s First Housing Schemes 1880-1925. Dublin City Council. HD 7336 .A3 B725 2021

Sinéad McCoole… et al. Against the Odds: A History of the Foundation of the Salesian Sisters in Ireland. Limerick: Salesian Sisters. BX 4333.4 .Z9 L56 2020

Thomas J. Morrissey. Mission to a Suffering People: Irish Jesuits 1596-1696. Irish Messenger Publications.
 BX 3719 .M67 2021

Kenneth Shonk. Ireland’s New Traditionalists: Fianna Fáil Republicanism and Gender, 1926-1938. Cork University Press. JN 1571.5 .F5 S56 2021

Katharine Tynan. The Death Spancel, and Others.. Swan River Press.  PR 4790 .H3 D43 2020

Éilís Ní Dhuibhne, ed. Look! It’s a Woman Writer! Irish Literary Feminisms. Arlen House.
PR 8753 .L66 2021

Jessie Lendennie. The Salmon’s Tale, A Journey in Poetry. Salmon Press. Special Coll. (MR)Medium PR 6062 .E55 S25 2021

Dorothy Macardle. The Unforeseen. Tramp Press. PR 6025 .A124 U52 2017

Daniel Mulhall. Ulysses: A Reader’s Odyssey. New Island. PR 6025 .A124 U52 2017

John Carey. Táin Bó Cúalgne: From the Book of Leinster. Irish Text Society. PB 1347 .I72 no.32

Celia de Fréine. I bhFreagra ar Rilke. PB 1399 .D37 I24 2020

Derek Mahon. The Poems (1961-2020). Gallery Press.
PR 6063 .A34 2021

Derek Mahon. The Adaptations (1975-2020).
Gallery Press, 2022. New Book Area PR 6063 .A34 A652 2022

The Multilingual Mermaid: Translations in Honour of Nuala Ní Dhomhnail.

Ní Dhomhnaill, Nuala. The Multilingual Mermaid. Nuala Ní Dhomhnaill in Translation. Gallery Press.
PB 1399 .N473 A1995 2021

Erin Halliday. The volary. Arlen House.
PR 6108 .A4958 V65 2019

Cathal Ó Searcaigh. Laoithe Cumainn agus Dánta Eile. Arlen House.
PB 1399 .O778 L36 2020

The selection above is a small sample of the many books that arrived from Ireland in the past year.

*Books marked ‘New Book Area’ will eventually be moved to their permanent shelving location. The New Book Area is a good place to browse for new books, especially in the DA section on Irish history, the PB section for Irish language literature and the PR section which includes literature from Britain and from Ireland.

E-Bookshelf of Irish Studies

Posted on March 25, 2020 in Uncategorized

Some recent e-books in the Hesburgh Libraries.

 

 

Stacking the Coffins: Influenza, War and Revolution in Ireland, 1918-19

Ida Milne.
Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2018.

https://onesearch.library.nd.edu/permalink/f/tgve9/ndu_aleph004726057

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Landscape of Words: Ireland, Britain and the Poetics of Space, 700-1250

Amy C. Mulligan
Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2019

https://onesearch.library.nd.edu/permalink/f/tgve9/ndu_aleph005420885

 

 

 

Revivalism and Modern Irish Literature

Fionntán de Brún
Cork: Cork University Press, 2019

https://onesearch.library.nd.edu/permalink/f/tgve9/ndu_aleph005113352

 

 

 

 

Science, Technology, and Irish Modernism

Kathryn Conrad, Cóilín Parsons and Julie McCormack Weng, editors.
Syracuse: Syracuse University Press, 2019

https://onesearch.library.nd.edu/permalink/f/tgve9/ndu_aleph005304517

 

 

 

 

Philosophical Perspectives on Contemporary Ireland. 

Clara Fischer and Áine Mahon, eds.  
New York, NY : Routledge, 2020
https://onesearch.library.nd.edu/permalink/f/tgve9/ndu_aleph005421997

The Americanisation of Ireland: Migration and Settlement, 1841-1925

David Fitzpatrick.
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020

https://onesearch.library.nd.edu/permalink/f/tgve9/ndu_aleph005420817

The In-Between Spaces of Asylum and Migration: A Participatory Visual Approach

Zöe O’Reilly.
Cham: Palgrave Macmillan, 2020

https://onesearch.library.nd.edu/permalink/f/tgve9/ndu_aleph005421996

 

Use your Notre Dame user name and password to open these e-books. E-books are purchased in various ways, sometimes allowing one reader at a time, sometimes with unlimited access. They can all be found in the Hesburgh Library catalog.

If you are reading this and you belong to a different university, you might still have access to these e-books through your own library.

New Books in Summer 2017

Posted on July 12, 2017 in Uncategorized

Newly-published books continue to arrive from our vendors in Ireland and the U.S. during the summer.

Here is a selection of titles of the Irish-published books that arrived in parcels since May:

(Dust-jackets shown here are from books just in the door and not yet cataloged.)

The Fenian Cycle in Irish and Scots-Gaelic Literature.
Joseph J. Flahive. Cork Studies in Celtic Literatures, 2017. PB 1397 .F5 F56 2017

Rebel Kerry: From the Pages of ‘The Kerryman’.
Simon Brouder, ed. Mercier Press, 2017. DA 962 .R43 2017 (currently shelved in the New Book Area, first floor).

Time Pieces: A Dublin Memoir.
John Banville, Paul Joyce. Hachette, 2016. PR 6052 .A57 46 2016

Douglas Hyde: The Professor of Irish who became President of Ireland: Proceedings of Seminar Held to Explore Aspects of the Life and Achievements of Douglas Hyde, the First President of Ireland.
Attracta Halpin, Áine Mannion, eds., National University of Ireland, 2016. DA 965 .H9 D885 2016

Selected Poems
A.E. (George William Russell). Daniel Mulhall. Swan River Press, 2017. PR 6035 .U7 A6 2017 (currently in the New Book Area, first floor).

To commemorate the 150th anniversary of A.E.’s birth, Swan River Press is pleased to reissue this career-spanning collection of poems from a key artist of the Celtic Revival. This volume includes selections from The Earth BreathVoices of the StonesThe House of the Titans, and others, introducing a new generation to Ireland’s foremost mystical poet. – Swan River Press

Rise.
Elaine Feeney. Salmon Poetry, 2017. PR 6106 .E3445 .R57 2017

Hopdance.
Stewart Parker. Ed., Marilynn Richtarik. Lilliput Press, 2017. Special Collections (MR) Medium PR 6066 .A69 H66 2017.

The Therapy House.
July Parsons. New Island, 2017. Special Collections (MR) Medium PR 6066 .A7177 T54 2017.

The last two books are part of the Irish Fiction Collection, and are available for reading in the Special Collections Reading Room.