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New Irish Literature and Literary Studies

Posted on April 16, 2020 in New Books

 

 

 

Do you miss going to the shelves to browse?  Here is a selection of recent e-books in the Hesburgh Libraries’ Irish literature collection. 

I would be very interested in hearing about your experience with various e-book readers and platforms.

A Notre Dame user name and password is needed to read these books.

FICTION

A Girl is a Half-Formed Thing.
Eimear McBride. 2015

Days Without End.
Sebastian Barry. 2017.

Beatlebone 
Kevin Barry. 2015

The Gathering. 
Anne Enright. 2007

 

POETRY

The Lost Land. 
Eavan Boland. 1998

Poems read by Eavan Boland on video:
Q
uarantine  
Code
Love  
Exile, Exile!
Lava Cameo
The Journey
The Pomegranate


From There to Here: Selected Poems and Translations.
Ciaran Carson. 2018

The Mother House. 
Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin.  2020

Besides the ebooks listed above, the Literature Online collection includes thousands of poems. It allows the reader to view poems individually rather than turning pages, and the lines of poetry are all numbered, which is a distraction. So it is useful for reference but a poor substitute for the printed page. Included in the collection are poems by Louis MacNiece, Patrick Kavanagh, Medbh McGuckian, Seamus Heaney, Dorothy Molloy, Paul Muldoon, Derek Mahon, Eavan Boland.

 

CRITICAL WORKS ON IRISH LITERATURE

Revolutionary Damnation: Badiou and Irish Fiction from Joyce to Enright.

Sheldon Brivic. 2017


After Ireland: Writing the Nation from Beckett to the Present.

Declan Kiberd. 2017

 

Shakespeare and Contemporary Irish Literature.

Nicholas Taylor-Collins and Stanley ven der Zeil, eds. 2018

 

All on Show: The Circus in Irish Literature and Culture.
Eleanor Lybeck. 2019

 

Irish Literature in Transition, 1940-1980.
Eve Patten. 2020

 

The New Samuel Beckett Studies.

Jean-Michel Rabaté. 2019

 

Samuel Beckett: Poet + Critic.

Lawrence E. Harvey. 2019

 

Modern Irish Drama: W. B. Yeats to Marina Carr.

Sanford Sternlicht. 2010

 

Literary Visions of Multicultural Ireland: The Immigrant in Contemporary Irish Literature.

Pilar Villar-Argaz, ed. 2013.

 

The Cambridge Companion to Irish Poets.

Gerald Dawe, ed. 2018

 

Languages of the Night: Minor Languages and the Literary Imagination in Twentieth-Century Ireland and Europe.

Barry McCrea. 2015

 

Paul Muldoon and the Language of Poetry

Ruben Moi. 2020

 

Five Irish Women: The Second Republic, 1960-2016.

Emer Nolan. 2019

 

Laying Out the Bones: Death and Dying in the Modern Irish Novel from James Joyce to Anne Enright.

Bridget English. 2017

E-Bookshelf of Irish Studies

Posted on March 25, 2020 in New Books

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.

Reading Retreat 2020 — Irish Literature Online for Notre Dame Community

Posted on March 21, 2020 in New Books

Looking for Irish literature online? Staff and faculty, as well as students, may access ebooks at the Hesburgh Libraries.

It is relatively easy to find online works of literary criticism in the library catalog, but not so easy to find ebooks of fiction and poetry. So I’ve listed some books below.

Note also that if you are a resident of St. Joseph County, you may have access to novels and audio-books in the digital collection of St. Joseph County Public Library.  If you never got around to registering for public library membership, check their website to see how you can register online:

sign up for library card

Haven’t you wanted to read one of the English translations of Máirtín Ó Cadhain’s great Irish novel, Cré na Cille since they were both published?

The library has online copies of Graveyard Clay, the translation by Liam Mac Con Iomaire and Tim Robinson.

Máirtín Ó Cadhain. Graveyard Clay: Cré na Cille. A Narrative in Ten Interludes. Translated by Liam Mac Con Iomaire and Tim Robinson. New Haven: Yale U.P., 2016.

 

 

A Selection of Irish Writing online via ND Catalog

Links are to the catalog entry – find the ‘Online Access’ links there.

Ciaran Carson. From There to Here: Selected Poems and Translations. Gallery Press, 2018.

Francis Ledwidge. Selected Poems. Edited by Dermot Bolger; with an introduction by Seamus Heaney. New Island, 2017.

Sara Baume. A Line Made by Walking. Houghton Mifflin, 2017.

Emilie Pine. Notes to Self: Essays. Dial Press, 2019.

Melatu Uchie Okorie. ‘This Hostel Life’. In Lit: Literature Interpretation Theory: Recessionary Imaginings II: Post-Celtic Tiger Ireland and Contemporary Women’s Writing, 03 April 2017, Vol.28(2), pp.185-193

Patrick McCabe. The Big Yaroo. New Island, 2019.

 

 

Irish Fiction in the Public Library’s Digital Collections

See the St. Joseph County Public Library website for information

Anna Burns. Milkman. (They also have the audiobook for streaming).

Anna Burns. Little Constructions.

Edna O’Brien. The Little Red Chairs.

Edna O’Brien. Girl.

Sebastian Barry. Days Without End.

Sally Rooney. Normal People.

Sally Rooney. Conversations With Friends.

Liz Nugent. Lying in Wait.

John Banville. Mrs.Osmond.

In checking our online Irish literature, I noted that the poetry collections online in the Proquest/Literature Online collection are good for reference but not enjoyable for reading, so I did not list them. Similarly, many plays by Irish writers are included in the Drama Online database, but I had repeated problems accessing the database and so I’d rather leave them until another time. 

Disclaimer: I have no ‘inside knowledge’ of the St. Joseph County Public Libraries. I checked their website and catalog for the information above.

 

 

 

 

New Arrivals in December 2019

Posted on December 12, 2019 in New Books

To whet the appetite, here is a selection of recent arrivals from Ireland. They will soon be cataloged and available on the shelves.

Hollywood Cemetery

Liam O’Flaherty. Hollywood Cemetery.
Dublin: Nuascéalta, 2019.

 

Anseo

Una-Minh Kavanagh. Anseo: An Unconventional Irish Memoir. New Island Books, 2019

‘Binneas an tSiansa’: Aistí in onóir do Ríonach uí Ógáin. Life, Lore and Song. Essays in Irish Tradition in Honour of Ríonach uí Ógáin

Still Life

Ciaran Carson. Still Life. Gallery Press, 2019.

Irish women and nationalism

Louise Ryan and Margaret Ward. Irish Women and nationalsim: Soldiers, New Women and Wicked Hags. New edition. Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 2019.

What happened to Fr. Seán Fagan

Angela Hanley. What Happened to Fr. Seán Fagan? Dublin: Columba, 2019

J. P. Donleavy. A Letter marked Personal. Dublin: Lilliput Press, 2019.

 

 

Remember to check the New Books section to see recent arrivals to our shelves.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Deireadh Fómhair — New Books — October 2019

Posted on October 28, 2019 in New Books

Over 170 new books arrived this month. The list below includes poetry, history and Irish language books.

Poetry

Many poetry books come in paperback covers that are attractive, but not very durable. If you see a book listed here that is not yet available according to the catalog, it might have been sent to the bindery. You may still place a hold and the book will be held for you (Notre Dame community only).

 

 

 

 

 

The following books from Salmon Poetry arrived this month:

Anne Casey. Out of Emptied Cups.

Rachael Hegarty. May Day 1974

Ethna McKiernan. Swimming with Shadows.

Nessa O’Mahony. The Hollow Woman on the Island.

Other poetry books (a selection):

Medbh McGuckian. Marine Cloud Brightening. Gallery Press.

Vona Groarke. Double Negative. Gallery Press.

Frank McGuinness. The Wedding Breakfast. Gallery Press. 

Shirley McClure. Origami Doll. Arlen House. (See Irish Times article by Jane Clarke.)

Glen Wilson. An Experience on the Tongue. Doire Press.

Michael Gorman. Fifty Poems. Artisan House.

 

History

From Medieval Ireland to the Nineteenth Century

Aidan Clarke, e. 1641 Depositions, volume V. 

John Gibney. Ireland and the Monarchy. Pen & Sword.

Suzanne Leeson. The Kirwan Murder Case, 1852. Four Courts.

Victoria L. McAlister. The Irish Tower House: Society, Economy and Environment, c. 1300-1650.  Manchester UP.

Breandán Ó Cathaoir, ed. The Diary of Elizabeth Dillon. Currach.

Fergus O’Ferrall. John Ferrall: Master of Sligo Workhouse. Four Courts.

Peadar Slattery. Social Life in Pre-Reformation Dublin 1450-1540. Four Courts.

William Sweetman. Brothers Divided: Edward and Philip Hay, Divided Loyalties. Pike.

Paul Walsh. Renaissance Ireland. RIA.

 

Twentieth Century

Seán Enright. The Irish Civil War. Merrion.

Conor McNamara. Liam Mellows, Soldier of the Irish Republic. Irish Academic.

Maryann Valiulis. The Making of Inequality. Women, Power and Gender Idealogy. Four Courts.

 

Margaret Ward. Fearless Woman: Hanna Sheehy Skeffington. UCD Press.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Late Twentieth Century to Contemporary Ireland

Giuseppe Franco Ferrari and John O’Dowd. 75 Years of the Constitution of Ireland: An Irish Italian Dialogue. Clarus Press.

Brendan Marsh. The Logic of Violence: An Ethnography of Dublin’s Illegal Drug Trade. Routledge.

Gavan Reilly. Enda the Road: Nine Days that Toppled a Taoiseach. Mercier.

 

Gaeilge 

Leabhair Ghaeilge agus Leabhair faoin nGaeilge.

(Books about Irish)

 

 

Marcas Mac Ruairí. An Buntáiste Breise. Glór na nGael.

Isobel Ní Riain. Labhairt na Gaeilge: Dúshlán agus Réitigh.  Coiscéim.

Isobel Ní Riain. Léiriú Socheolaíochtúil ar Litríocht an Bhlascaoid. Coiscéim.

Tom O’Donoghue. Irish Speakers and Schooling in the Gaeltacht, 1900 to the Present. Palgrave Macmillan.

Tadhg Ó hIfearnáin, ed. An tSochtheangeolaíocht: Taighde agus Gníomh. Cois Life.

Noel Ó Murchadha. An Ghaeilge sa Nua-Aoiseach Dhéanach. Cló Iar-Chonnacht.

Mary Phelan. Irish Speakers and Interpreters and the Courts. Four Courts.

 

Litríocht

Máirtín Coilféir. Titley: Saol agus Saothar. Leabhair Comhar.

Proinsias Mac a’ Bhaird. Tairngreacht. Leabhair Comhar.

Seosamh Mac Muirí. Scríobhnóirí Cois Teorann 4. Coiscéim.

Tomás Mac Síomóin, ed. File ar Fhile. Sraith: Dánta Antonella Anedda; Dánta Erich Fried; Dánta Andrée Chedid; Dánta Arthur Rimboud. Cois Life.

Caitlín Bheití Ní Chuireáin. Muintir an Ghleanna. Éabhlóid.

Isobel Ni Riain. An Buchcafé. Coiscéim.

Máirín Bheartla Sheáin Ó Cualáin. Bean an tSidheáin. Coiscéim.

Breandán Ó Doibhlin. Sliocht ar Thír na Scáth. Coiscéim.

Seosamh Ó Murchú. Athchuairt. Coiscéim.

Pádraig Ó Riain. Beatha Ailbhe. Irish Texts Society.

Mícheál Ó Siochrú. Scáil an Scéil. Coiscéim.

 

Béaloideas

Pádraig Mac Cearáin. Sayonara. Béaloideas Seapánach arna Bhailiú ag Patrick Lafcadio Hearn. Coiscéim.

Isobel Ní Riain. Logainmneacha agus and Chuimhne. Coiscéim.

Seán Ó Muimhneacháin. An tAgallamh Muimhneach. Oidhreacht Chorca Dhuibhne.

 

Leabhair le hAghaidh Lucht Foghlamtha

(Children’s books and translations, accessible for learners)

Hervé Bourhis. Darach Ó Scolaí, trans. An Broc-chú. Leabhar Breac.

Road Dahl. Charlie agus Monarcha na Seacláide. Leabhar Breac.

Malachy Doyle agus Andrew Whitson. Muireann agus an Míol Mór. An tSnáthaid Mhór.

 

 

Leabhair Eile i nGaeilge

Colm Ó Sé. Dochtúirí an Dóchais: Stair Acadamh na Lianna 1969-2018. Coiscéim.

 

 

 

 

 

 

New Books in Summer 2019

Posted on August 14, 2019 in New Books

We anticipate an increased interest in Irish art on account of the Snite Museum’s fall exhibition: “Looking at the Stars”: Irish Art at the University of Notre Dame.

 

Shaping Ireland: Landscapes in Irish Art / Donal Maguire, ed. National Gallery of Ireland, 2019.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sea Star: Sean Scully at the National Gallery.

A catalogue published in coordination with an exhibition at the National Gallery, London.  Written by Daniel F. Herrmann and Colin Wiggins. With poetry by Vahni Capildeo and Kelly Grovier and a photo essay by Eimear McBride. London: National Gallery, 2019.

Hesburgh Library: ND 497 .S414 A4 2019

 

Harry Clarke and Artistic Visions of the New Irish State. 

By Angela Griffin, Marguerite H. Helmers and Roisin Askale Kennedy. Irish Academic Press, 2019.

New Book Area NK 5398 .C64 H37 2019

 

As usual, there is a steady stream of literature and of books on literature.

Sebastian Barry, On Blueberry Hill.  Faber.  PR 6052 .A729 O49 2017

Thomas McCarthy, Prophecy. Carcanet. PR 6063 .A16315 A6 2019 (New Book Area)

Caroline O’Donoghue, Promising young women. Virago. PR 6115 .D659 P76 2019

Margaret Perry, Porcelain. Samuel French. PR 6116 .E765 P67 2018

Kat Woods. Killymuck. Samuel French. PR 6123 .O546 K55 2019

Rebecca Ziegler, J. G. Farrell’s empire novels: The decline and fall of the human condition.  Four Courts. PR 6056 .A75 Z54 2019

James Pethica, ed., Lady Gregory’s early Irish writings 1883-1893 . Colin Smythe. PR 4728 .G5 A6 2018

Nils Beese, Writing Slums: Dublin, dirt and literature. Peter Lang. PR 8722 .S58 B44 2018

Patrick Lonergan, Irish drama and theatre since 1950. Bloomsbury Methuen Drama. PR 8783 .L66 2019

 

History is a very broad category in Irish Studies.

Hannah Lynch

If a book is listed as an e-book, the electronic book may be accessed from its catalog entry.

 

Faith Binckes and Kathryn Long. Hannah Lynch (1859-1904): Irish Writer, Cosmopolitan, New Woman. Cork UP. PR 4897 .L585 B56 2019

Ruth A. Canning. The Old English in Early Modern Ireland: The Palesmen and the Nine Years’ War, 1594-1603. Boydell Press, DA 937.3 .C36 2019

Timothy Walch. Irish Iowa. History Press. F 615 .I6 W35 2019 New Book Area

James Loughlin. Faschism and Constitutional Conflict: The British Extreme Right and Ulster in the Twentieth Century. Liverpool UP. E-book.

Ian d’Alton and Ida Milne, editors. Protestant and Irish: The Minority’s Search for Place in Independent Ireland. Cork UP. DA 959 .P765 2019

 

 

Margaret Kelleher. The Maamtrasna Murders: Language, Life and Death in Nineteenth-Century Ireland. UCD Press. HV 6535 .I742 K45 2018

 

Gerald Hayes. The Blasket Islandman: The Life and Legacy of Tomás Ó Criomhthain. Collins Press. DA 990 .B65 H28 2018

 

Mark Loughrey. A Century of Service: A History of the Irish Nurses’ and Midwives’ Organisation 1919-2019. Irish Academic Press. RG 964 .I73 L68 2019

 

John Gibney, Tommy Graham and Georgina Laragy, editors. 1916-18: Changed Utterly. History Pub. DA 562 .A15 2017

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Always remember that there is a great variety of periodicals on the Hesburgh Library’s second floor (first floor if you’re from Ireland).  Ask for a tour if you would like to know more.

 

New Books in the Hesburgh Library

Posted on October 2, 2018 in New Books

The following is a sample of the books that arrived on the Hesburgh Library’s shelves in the past couple of months.  Newly-cataloged books are selectively displayed in the New Book area on the second floor for a few months. This is always noted in the catalog location.

 

James G. Buickerood, editor. From Enlightenment to Rebellion: Essays in Honor of Chris Fox. Bucknell UP., 2018. PR 8718 .F76 2018

Niamh Ann Kelly. Imaging the Great Irish Famine: Representing Dispossession in Visual Culture. London: Taurus, 2018. DA 950 .7 .K454 2018

Paul R. Duffy, et al., editors. From Carrickfergus to Carcassonne: The Epic Deeds of Hugh de Lacy During the Albigensian Crusade = De Carrickfergus à Carcassonne: La geste époque d’Hugues de Lacy au temps de la Croisade des Albigeois. Turnhout: Brepols, 2017. DA 933.26 .D45 F76 2017

Milena Komarova and Maruska Svalek, editors. Ethnographies of Movement, Sociality and Space: Place-Making in the New Northern Ireland. NY: Bergahn, 2018. HN 378 .N6 E75 2018

Mary C. Murphy. Europe and Northern Ireland’s Future: Negotiating Brexit’s Unique Case. Agenda, 2018. JZ 1577 .A54 M87 2018

Christine Kinealy, editor. Frederick Douglass and Ireland: In His Own Words. NY: Routledge, 2018. E449 .D75 A25 2018

Gerard Rogers. Being Gay in Ireland: Resisting Stigma in the Evolving Present. Lanham, MD.: Lexington Books, 2018. HQ 76.3 I73 R63 2018

Tadhg Ó hIfearnáin and John Walsh, editors. An Meon Folaithe: Idé-Eolaíochtaí agus Iompar Lucht Labhartha na Gaeilge in Éirinn agus in Albain. Cois Life, 2018. P 40.45 .I64 M46 2018 (currently in the New Book Area, second floor).

Eamon Maher, editor. The Reimagining Ireland Reader, Examining our Past, Shaping our Future. Peter Lang, 2018. DA 910 .R456 2018 (also online via the catalog).

John F. Deane. Dear Pilgrims. Manchester: Carcanet, 2018. PR 6054 .E219 A6 2018

Majella Cullinan. Whisper of a Crow’s Wing. Salmon Poetry, 2018. PR 6103 .U47 A6 2018

David Pierce. The Joyce Country: Literary Scholarship and Irish Culture. Brighton: Everett Root, 2018. PR 6019 .O9 Z78185 2018

Seán Ó Ríordáin. Gabriel Fitzmaurice and Brenda Fitzmaurice, translators. Milking the Sun = Ag Crú na Gréine. Salmon Poetry, 2018. PB 1399 .O72 A6 2018

Oscar Wilde (Nicholas Frankel, editor). The Annotated Prison Writings of Oscar Wilde. Harvard UP., 2018. PR 5812 .F72 2018

Oliver Goldsmith. Michael J. Griffin and David O’Shaughnessy, editors. The Letters of Oliver Goldsmith. Cambridge UP, 2018. PR 3493 .A4 2018

 

New Books from Ireland

Posted on March 28, 2018 in New Books

Here is a selection of quick phone photos of this week’s new arrivals:

Music and Society in Cork, 1700-1900, by Susan O’Regan. Cork University Press, 2018.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Poema de Hibernia: A Jacobite Latin Epic on the Williamite Wars, edited by Pádraig Lenihan and Keith Sidwell. Irish Manuscripts Commission, 2018.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Alfie: The Life and Times of Alfie Byrne, by Trevor White. Penguin Ireland, 2017.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Cold Iron: Aspects of the Occupational Lore of Irish Fishermen. By Bairbre Ní Fhloinn. Four Courts Press, 2018.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Poetry — What has arrived from Ireland?

Posted on October 13, 2017 in New Books


Reviewing the titles of new poetry books, I came once more to the wonderful title of Paula Meehan’s 
Imaginary Bonnets with Real Bees in Them. I then discovered that I could listen to her lecture on a UCD Scholarcast.  

 

Image from the UCD Scholarcast Website.

New Irish poetry in the Hesburgh Library. 

Leland Bardwell. Them’s Your Mammy’s Pills, and Other Poems.   
Dedalus Press, 2015.
PR 6052 .A63 A6 2015

Mary Dorcey. To Air the Soul, Throw All the Windows Wide. New & Selected Poems.
Salmon Poetry, 2016.
PR 6054 .O674 A6 2016

Maighréad Medbh. Parvit of Agelast: A Fantasy in Verse.
Arlen House, 2016.
PR 6063 .E33 P37 2016

Paula Meehan. Geomantic.
Dedalus Press, 2016.
PR 6063 .E34 G46 2016

Geraldine Mitchell. Mountains for Breakfast.
Arlen House, 2017.
PR 6063 .I7883 A6 2017

John Montague. Second Childhood.
Gallery Press, 2017.
PR 6063 .O5 A6 2017

Paul Muldoon. Rising to the Rising.
Gallery Press, 2016.
PR 6063 .U367 A6 2016

Peter Pegnal. Bright Scarf: Love and Fear: Poem.
Lapwing, 2016.
PR 6066 .E48 A6 2016

Peter Sirr. Sway: Versions of Poems from the Troubadour Tradition.
Gallery Press, 2016.
PR 6069 .I67 A6 2016

Catherine Ann Cullen. The Other Now: New and Selected Poems.
Dedalus Press, 2016.
PR 6103 .U444 A6 2016

Kevin Higgins. Song of Songs 2.0: New and Selected Poems.
Salmon Poetry, 2017.
PR 6108 .I36 S66 2017

Alice Lyons. Speck: Poems. 2002-2006.
Lapwing, 2015.
PR 6112 .Y63 A6 2015

Geraldine Mills. Gold.
Little Island, 2016.
PR 6113 .I58 G65 2016

Matt Mooney. The Singing Wood: Poems. 
Galway Academic Press, 2017.
PR 6113 .O545 S56 2017

Doireann Ní Ghríofa. Oighear.
Coiscéim, 2017.
PB 1399 .N446 A6 2017

Séamus Barra Ó Súilleabháin. Beatha Dhónaill Dhuibh.
Cló Iar-Chonnacht, 2016.
PB 1400 .O784 A6 2016

Browsing through publishers’ websites will give you some more titles to look for in the library.

Arlen House

Dedalus Press

Gallery Press

Lapwing

Salmon Poetry

And here are some anthologies:

Best Loved Poems: Favourite Poems from the South of Ireland. Edited by Gabriel Fitzmaurice. Photography by John Reidy.
Currach Press, 2016.
PR 8850 .B47 2016

Between the Leaves: An Anthology of New Haiku Writing from Ireland. Edited by Anatoly Kudryavitsky.
Arlen House, 2016.
PR 8851 .B49 2016

The Deep Heart’s Core: Irish Poets Revisit a Touchstone Poem. Edited by Eugene O’Connell and Pat Boran. Forword by Bernard O’Donoghue.
Dedalus Press, 2017.
PR 8851 .D44 2017

Washing Windows? Irish Women Write Poetry: In Honour of Eavan Boland and Catherine Rose.  Edited and Devised by Alan Hayes.
Arlen House, 2017.
PR 8853 .”37 2017

The Future Always Makes Me So Thirsty: New Poets from the North of Ireland. Edited by Sinead Morrissey and Stephen Connolly.
Blackstaff Press, 2016.
PR 1228 .F88 2016

 

New to the Hesburgh Library Shelves

Posted on August 31, 2017 in New Books

The titles listed (in LC order) are all in the circulating collection of the Hesburgh Library. Titles marked with the location “New Book Area” are there temporarily. This area is on the second floor.

Burke, Tom. Messines to Carrick Hill: Writing Home from the Great War. Mercier Press, 2017. D 640 .B885 2017

O’Higgins, Laurie. The Irish Classical Self: Poets and Poor Scholars in the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries. OUP, 2017. DA 947.3 O35 2017

Eötvös báró, József.  Poverty in Ireland 1837: Szegénység Irlandban : a Hungarian’s view. Phaeton, 2015.  DA 950.5 .E58 2015

Lysaght, D. R. O’Connor. From the GPO to the Winter Palace: How a workers’ revolution was lost and how a workers’ revolution was won. Irish Labour History Society, 2016. DA 962 .L97 2016

O’Brien, Paul. Havoc: The Auxiliaries in Ireland’s War of Independence. Collins Press, 2017. DA 962 .O27 2017

O’Connell, Michael. In Search of Truth: British Justice and Collusion in Northern Ireland. Collins Press, 2017. DA 963 .O26 2017

Regan, Nell. Helena Molony: A Radical Life. Arlen House, 2017. DA 965 .M55 R44 2017 (New Book Area)

McDonald, Theresa. A Guide to Archaeological and Historical Sites on Achill, Achillbeg and the Corraun Peninsula. I.A.S. Publications, 2016. DA 990 .A3 M34 2016

Barlow, Matthew. Griffintown: Identity and Memory in an Irish Diaspora Neighbourhood. UBC Press, 2017. F 1054.5 .M89 I6 2017

Higgins, Michael D. When Ideas Matter: Speeches for and Ethical Republic. Head of Zeus, 2016. HN 400.3 .A8 H54 2016

O’Brien, Sarah. Linguistic Diasporas, Narrative and Performance: The Irish in Argentina. Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. (Also online.) JV 7712 .O27 2017

Donahoe, Amanda E. Peacebuilding through Women’s Community Development: Wee Women’s Work in Northern Ireland. Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. JZ 5584 .N75 2017

O’Sullivan, Eilís. Ascendancy Women and Elementary Education in Ireland: Educational Provision for Poor Children. Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. (Also online.) LA 669.62 .S855 2017

O’Connor, Anne. Translation and Language in Nineteenth-century Ireland: A European Perspective. Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. PB 1214 .O26 2017

O’Leary, Philip. An Underground Theatre: Major Playwrights in the Irish Language 1930-80. UCD Press, 2017. PB 1325 .O448 2017 (New Book Area)

Langlois, Christopher. Samuel Beckett and the Terror of Literature. Edinburgh UP, 2017. PQ 2603 .E378 Z7557 2017

Métayer, Mathieu. Une Lecture Maçonnique du Portrait de Dorian Gray. Éditions Dervy, 2017. PR 5819 .M48 2017 (New Book Area)

Bennett, Michael Y. Philosophy and Oscar Wilde. Palgrave Macmillan, 2017. PR 5827 .P5 P45 2017

Moorjani, Angela B., et al. (eds). Beckett in Conversation, “Yet Again”: Recontres avec Beckett, “Encore”. Koninklijke Brill, 2016. PR 6003 .E282 Z4586 v. 28

Lewis, Tasha. Illustrating Joyce’s Ulysses in Eight Weeks. Bookbaby, 2016. PR 6019 .O9 U67449 2016

McBreen, Joan. Map and Atlas. Salmon Poetry, 2017. PR 6025 .C5 A6 2017

Joslin, Lyndon W. Count Dracula Goes to the Movies: Stoker’s Novel Adapted. McFarland, 2017. PR 6037 .T617 D784 2017

Banville, John. Time Pieces: A Dublin Memoir. Hachette, 2016. PR 6052 .A57 Z46 2016

Hogan, Desmond. The History of Magpies.  PR 6058 .O346 H57 2017. (New Book Area)

McCabe, Patrick. Hello and Goodbye: Twin Epistles of Gothic Dread that will Turn your World Upside Down. Quercus, 2013. PR 6063 .C32 H45 2013

Murphy, Richard. In Search of Poetry. Clutag Press, 2017. PR 6063 .U735 I5 2017

Boyne, John. The Heart’s Invisible Furies. Hogarth, 2017. PR 6102 .O96 H43 2017c

French, Tana. Broken Harbor. Penguin, 2013. PR 6016 .R457 B76 2013

Gillis, Alan A. Scapegoat and Other Poems. PR 6107 .I47 A6 2016

Harris, Susan Cannon. Irish Drama and Other Revolutions: Playwrights, Sexual Politics, and the International Left, 1892-1964. Edinburgh UP, 2017. PR 8789 .C36 2017

Suhr-Sytxma, Nathan. Poetry, Print, and the Making of Postcolonial Literature. Cambridge UP, 2017. (Also online.) PR 9082 .S84 2017

Bolton, David. Conflict, Peace and Mental Health: Addressing the Consequences of Conflict and Trauma in Northern Ireland. Manchester UP, 2017.  RC 552 .T7 B65 2017