A directory of information sources relating to the history of women in Ireland contains information and descriptions of over 14,000 collections and sources in 262 repositories in the Republic of Ireland and in Northern Ireland. The search engine indexes records from over 14,000 collections in 262 repositories in Ireland and the North of Ireland. The directory is the result of a survey undertaken by the Women's History Project.
This online exhibition is a web version of a special exhibition of images at the NLI Among the items in this online exhibition are rare manuscripts such as the fourteenth-century Book of Magauran; a 1588 deed signed by Sir Walter Raleigh; a lottery ticket from 1795, and a letter from ÃÂamonn Ceannt to his wife AÂine O'Brennan, written just a few hours before his execution in 1916.
The Dublin Review is a quarterly magazine featuring essays, criticism, fiction, poetry and reportage. Founded in 2000, the site contains an index to all back and current issues.
A new online journal covering a range of subjects treated in a way that is both knowledgeable and accessible. Although the DRB is Irish in its core perspective, an interest in the literature, history and culture of Europe and the wider world also characterises its pages.
Features an online writers workshop and the poetry journals Electronic Acorn and Haiku Spirit.
Featuring over 80 manuscripts from Oxford's libraries. Quite a number are of interest to Irish scholars, including verses and tales in Irish, transcribed in 1799-1819 (MS. Ir. e. 4); 18th century Irish history and genealogy (MS. Ir. e. 6); a 15th-century miscellany of prose and verse texts in Irish and Latin (MS. Laud Misc. 610); and poems in Irish ascribed to or about St. Columba (Colum Cille), first half of the 16th century (MS. Laud Misc. 615).
Includes a biographical note, links to poems, interviews, and a poetry exhibit curated by Boland entitled 'Daughters'.
Eighteenth Century Irish Studies, founded in 1986, supports the study of all aspects of life in Ireland in the period 1690-1800. The website gives details of ECIS conferences, as well as abstracts of each volume of its annual journal.
Contains biographical and bibliographical information, including many reviews, about this Irish writer (best known for her novels, detective stories and children's literature) who died in 1994.
EIRData (Electronic Irish Dataset) is a large-scale collection of reliable information about Irish writers and their contexts set out in eight interrelated regions supported by the Princess Grace Irish LIbrary in Monaco. The A-Z Datasets supply comprehensive biographical & bibliographical data on 4,500+ Irish authors along with extracts from their works and commentaries upon them. The Bibliography pages give full annual listings of Irish-subject publications including the table of contents of leading monographs and journals. PGIL Library contains a library of Irish Classic Texts while the Bulletin lists conferences and events to do with Irish studies. The Gateway and Gazette embrace a wide range of professional and academic venues while the Archive holds an extensive reservoir of digital materials involved in the construction and development of the website.
A new scholarly journal of AEDEI, the Spanish Association for Irish Studies. Its inaugural issue was published in March 2005. The journal features articles by established and by emerging academic figures working in many countries.
This centennial web exhibition is derived substantially from the catalogue published in conjunction with a Beckett exhibition mounted at the Harry Ransom Center in 1984 as part of a major conference, 'Beckett Translating/Translating Beckett'. Titled 'No Symbols Where None Intended', the exhibition traces the development and progression of Beckett's work, to light up rather than to obscure the sources of the pleasure of reading, of hearing, of seeing Samuel Beckett.
Compilation of Internet sites and pages related to James Joyce. Began as column in 'James Joyce Quarterly.'
Founded in 1970, Four Courts Press is one of the leading academic publishers in Ireland. It publishes in the area of Theology, Celtic and Medieval Studies and Ecclesiastical History, Modern History, Art, Literature and Law. The Press publishes some 70 titles a year with over 500 titles in print.
This authorised website has been commissioned by the Boole Library, University College Cork and is designed to provide accurate information about the life and work of the Irish writer (1903-1966), along with samples of his less well-known publications, rare photographs, manuscripts, video clips and links to other useful sites.
Founded in 1970, Gallery Press is a leading publisher of contemporary Irish poetry with over 300 titles currently in print.
Quinnipiac University Library has created full text digital editions of a number of books about the Irish famine. Some of the texts are from the time of the famine, others were published later in the century, up to the turn of the 20th century. Titles include 'Reminiscences of an Irish Land Agent' by S. M. Hussey, and 'A Letter to the Right Hon. Lord John Russell, on The Future Prospects of Ireland.' Also included in the collection is a digitized collection of 'Ireland in Pictures' by John F. Finerty. Published in 1898, the 400 photographs offer rare glimpses of Ireland of over a century ago.
This site is dedicated to the study and promotion of Hiberno-English, i.e. English that has been profoundly influenced by features of the Irish language. The site provides an introduction to the history and grammar of Hiberno-English, a small number of Hiberno-English related links, and relevant details of Hiberno-English related events, such as public lectures, radio broadcasts, etc. The main purpose of this site, however, is to create an archive of Hiberno-English words, phrases, sayings, and idioms, building on and expanding A Dictionary of Hiberno-English: The Irish Use of English (1998).
A refereed journal of criticism and scholarship on the works of James Joyce founded in 1994.
IASIL, founded in 1969, promotes the teaching and study of Irish literature in third-level education throughout the world. It also serves as a vehicle for bringing Irish writing to a wider audience through conferences and publications.
The official page of The International James Joyce Foundation and the James Joyce Symposium.
The state-supported agency for the promotion of Ireland's literature in translation.
A long established Dublin-based publisher of books of Irish interest. They publish in the areas of Irish History, Contemporary Irish History, Military and Political History, Literature, Arts and the Media, Social History, Women's Studies and Genealogy.
Emory University and Boston College have teamed to create a single portal to their archival finding aids. The finding aids include detailed descriptions of the manuscript collections of Samuel Beckett, John Banville, Ciaran Carson, Brian Coffey, Lady Gregory, Seamus Heaney, Derek Mahon, and many others.
A resource dedicated to publishing out-of-print and out-of-circulation Irish books. Books are submitted by authors and are republished on the site under creative common licensing. Currently there is a collection which is sure to grow as more authors become aware of the service.