Founded in 1928, The Irish Manuscripts Commission was established to report on the nature, extent and importance of collections of manuscripts and papers of literary, historical and general interest, relating to Ireland. Since the establishment of the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies in 1940, the publication of material in the Irish language has been the responsibility of the institute's School of Celtic Studies. It has published over 140 volumes since 1930, as well as 37 issues of the journal Analecta Hibernica where documents, unsuitable for publication in separate volumes, are made available, along with reports on manuscript collections, descriptive catalogues, lists and indexes.
Produced by the Irish Theatre Institute, the Irish Playography is a comprehensive database of new Irish plays produced since the formation of the National Theatre. Plays may be search by title and by playwright. Additionally a listing of plays by year, alphabetically, and by author is provided.
An online anthology of poems from Irish poets such as Brian Coffey, Trevor Joyce, and Michael Smith.
A superb resource featuring high quality digital images of Irish manuscripts, together with relevant commentary. It is a project of the School of Celtic Studies and the Dublin Institute for Advanced Studies. The site includes manuscripts from several institutions around Ireland, including The National Library of Ireland, Trinity College Dublin, University College Dublin, and The Royal Irish Academy.
Information about the Irish Translator's Association, including information about bursaries at The Tyrone Guthrie Centre.
Describes itself as 'a concise bio-bibliographical dictionary of Irish writers.' Includes links to sites relating to invidual authors and contact information for and websites of Irish publishers and booksellers.
The Irish Writers' Centre is a national organisation for the promotion of writers and writing in Ireland. It runs events and workshops, operates an International Writers' Exchange Programme , and maintains a website which publishes resources for writers, a database of writers, and an anthology of literature and criticism.
Island Ireland is an Internet directory to Irish art, culture and environment with hand-picked links to Irish history, architecture, music, news, genealogy, travel, literature, folk culture, archaeology, the Irish language and more. Nicely presented and full of interesting links.
A gateway to Joyce resources, including links to primary texts and secondary reading, bibliographies, journals, museums, and other webs sites.
An index to the current issue of the journal, as well as select back issues. Includes the current James Joyce checklist, as well as recent books received.
A primary reference source for Joycean Study.
Personal library and papers of Ulster poet John Hewitt (1907-1987). Of particular interest are the collection of Anglo-Irish literature and Hewitt's literary manuscripts. Held by the University of Ulster.
The official site of the journal. Includes the tables of contents for current and back issues in the new series (1992 onwards). For volumes from the old series, 1976-1989, the full text of each volume is available online.
Links to Joyce resources on the Internet. Worth visiting for the image on the home page.
An audio podcast series that showcases James Joyce's short story 'The Dead' from his collection 'Dubliners' . The podcasts explore themes within the story drawing on scholarly research and connecting it with the archive collections at University College Dublin, the National Library of Ireland, and the National Archives. The series is presented by Barry McGovern.
A concordance to Sean O'Casey's Juno and the Paycock. The site also includes the acting dialogue.
A bibliography compiled using bibliographies produced by Bill Rolston at the University of Ulster and Robert Bell of the political collection at the Linenhall Library, which is periodically updated. Novels are included which relate at least, in part, to the political conflict in Northern Ireland since 1969. No short stories or collections of short stories are included.
Local Ireland's Literature pages listing links to information on Irish Literary material.
A listing of currently available and out of print texts on medieval Irish Literature.
Fully-searchable online editions of the English-language journals and magazines that were important in shaping those modes of literature and art that came to be called modernist. Features Dana, published by Hodges, Figgis from May 1904-April, 1905; The New Age; and Blast.
The Munster Literature Centre provides a resource of information about the area's rich literary tradition.
Including Editor's Notes and a list of contents for each issue this site provides general information relating to this multidisciplinary journal of Irish Studies published by the Center for Irish Studies, University of St. Thomas, Minnesota, USA.
The aims of Nordic Irish Studies are to reflect the research activities of the Centre for Irish Studies in Aarhus (CISA), Dalarna University Centre for Irish Studies (DUCIS), and the Nordic Irish Studies Network (NISN) and to publish articles on Irish history, politics, society, culture and literature.
A bibliography of old Irish and Early Christian folkore, grammars, readers, dictionaries, ecclesiastical literature, texts, and more.
A collection of e-texts from some of Wilde's early editions, such as The Duchess of Padua and The Happy Prince and Other Stories.