No 8 (2018)

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13128/SIJIS-2239-3978-8

Daredevils of History? Resilience in Armenia and Ireland, edited by Suzan Meryem Rosita, Dieter Reinisch

Table of Contents

Cover PDF
 
SIJIS 8-2018 - Full Issue PDF
 
Preliminaries PDF
  3-5
Indice / Contents PDF
  7-10
Ringraziamenti / Acknowledgements PDF
11-12

Sezione monografica / Monographic Section

Daredevils of History? Resilience in Armenia and Ireland
edited by Dieter Reinisch, Suzan Meryem Rosita
Thinking about Resilience: Introduction PDF
Suzan Meryem Rosita, Dieter Reinisch 15-17
A Nation Once Again? Continuità e discontinuità nel nazionalismo irlandese PDF
Carlo Maria Pellizzi 19-68
L’Armenia moderna: rinascita nazionale e risorgimento mancato PDF
Aldo Ferrari 69-103
Speaking about Resilience: Interview with Mkrtich Tonoyan PDF
Mkrtich Tonoyan, Suzan Meryem Rosita 105-107
From Armenian Red Sunday to Irish Easter Rising: Incorporating Insurrectionary Politics into the History of the Great War’s Genocidal Turn, 1915-16 PDF
Mark Levene 109-134
Sir Roger Casement on the Ottomans and Armenians in Britain’s Great War PDF
Patrick Walsh 135-151
An Irish Diplomat Reports from Armenia, 1983 PDF
Maurice J. Casey 153-156
Trauma Stories as Resilience: Armenian and Irish National Identity in a Century of Remembering PDF
Sevan Beukian, Rebecca Graff-McRae 157-188
The Genocide and the Rising: Drama withstanding the past PDF
Claudia Parra 189-205
“Resilience is performed in our very own imagination”: An Artistic Intervention – PDF
Phelim McConigly 207-210
“Our revenge will be to survive”: Two Irish Narrations of the Armenian Genocide PDF
Donatella Abbate Badin 211-228
1916 and other commemorations
Foreword PDF
Fiorenzo Fantaccini 231-232
“Invention gives that slaughter shape”: Irish Literature and World War I PDF
Carla de Petris 233-258
SIGNATORIES: First performed on 22 April 2016 and published by University College Dublin Press PDF
Richard Allen Cave 259-262
"All hail the mob!" PDF
William Wall 263-272
The History of My Family: W.B. “Leda”, her Murder and Why he Abandoned his Son PDF
Patricia Hughes 273-302
Memory of the Rising and Futurology in the Same-Sex Marriage Referendum Debate PDF
Andrea Binelli 303-318
THREE ICONS: A Door; a Book; a Tomb (new approaches to Wilde’s work and life fostered by two recent exhibitions) PDF
Richard Allen Cave 319-324

Miscellanea

“No idle sightseers”: The Ulster Women’s Unionist Council and the Ulster Crisis (1912-1914) PDF
Pamela McKane 327-356
W.B. Yeats and the Introduction of Heteronym into the Western Literary Canon PDF
Hamid Ghahremani Kouredarei, Nahid Shahbazi Moghadam 357-375
How Deirdre and the Sons of Uisneac Took the GPO: Parody in James Stephens’s Deirdre (1923) PDF
Audrey Robitaillié 377-392
Silence and Familial Homophobia in Colm Tóibín’s “Entiendes” and “One Minus One” PDF
José Carregal-Romero 393-406
From High Hopes of the Celtic Twilight to Last Hurrahs in Inter-war Warsaw: The Plays of Casimir Dunin-Markievicz PDF
Barry Keane 407-415
Introducing Countess Constance Markievicz née Gore-Booth: Aristocrat and Republican, Socialist and Artist, Feminist and Free Spirit PDF
Carla de Petris 417-427

Voci / Voices

The Duty and Pleasure of Memory: Constance Markievicz PDF
Loredana Salis 431-453

Scritture / Writings

In Place of a Foreword: Encounter with Éilís Ní Dhuibhne PDF
Giovanna Tallone 457-460
The Kingfisher Faith PDF
Éilis Ní Dhuibhne 461-469
Recensioni / Reviews PDF
  471-511
Libri ricevuti / Books received PDF
  513-516
Autori / Contributors PDF
  517-523


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