2 edition of Screening Irish-America found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -409) and index.
|Statement||edited by Ruth Barton.|
|LC Classifications||PN1995.9.I67 S27 2009|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 417 p. :|
|Number of Pages||417|
|ISBN 10||0716529912, 0716529920|
|ISBN 10||9780716529910, 9780716529927|
|LC Control Number||2009280185|
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Books should be by an Irish-American author or have a subject involving the Irish in America, but needn’t be both. Readers will share what they are reading and will be honest with their critiques and praise. We will have fun reading! Regan (my sis) and I got a head start and read Saints for All Occasions by J. Courtney Sullivan. It is a novel. The principal course textbook will be Ruth Barton (ed) () Screening Irish-America (Dublin & Portland Or.: Irish Academic Press). Films to be screened and discussed will include: Irene (Alfred E Green, ), True Confessions (Ulu Grosbard, ), Miller’s Crossing (Joel Coen, ). Methods of assessment.
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Screening Irish-America is a major work in Irish-American screen studies. Sourced largely from papers delivered at the conference of the same name at University College Dublin and Boston College in the US inthe book contains contributions by leading scholars in the : Paperback.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xiv, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: Introduction / Ruth Barton --From the Nickelodeon to the front room: evolving Irish migrant and film / Kevin Rockett ; Abie's Irish enemy: Irish and Jews, social and political realities and media representations /.
Featuring original work from noted Irish-American personalities, including Pete Hamill, Mary Higgins Clark, Malachy McCourt, and Maeve Binchy, it paints a vivid picture of the Irish-American experience of the past years in selections whose themes are taken from the most important institutions of Irish life.4/5.
This is an immensely readable book packed with a great deal of information about the reasons for immigration, the religious dynamics, and the involvement with politics. The book barely touches the introduction of Irish culture to this country, which is what I was looking for, but I wouldn’t pan the book Screening Irish-America book it didn’t meet my intended by: Description.
Screening Irish-America is a major work in Irish-American screen studies. Sourced largely from papers delivered at the conference of the same name at University College Dublin and Boston College in the US inthe book contains. The top twenty books every Irish American should read A book, a fire, and a grand cup of tea.
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SCREENING IRISH-AMERICA CONFERENCE To be held at the Clinton Institute for American Studies, UCD April Proposals covering all aspects of Irish-American Screen Studies, from the Early and Silent period through to New Media Technologies would be welcomed.
Scholars from all disciplines are encouraged to submit proposals. Ruth Barton (ed.), Screening Irish-America, Dublin and Portland, Or., Irish Academic Press, Book, Before She was Mary Kate: Maureen O'Hara's Contradictory Career in, editor(s)Seån Crosson and Rod Stoneman, The Quiet Man.
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British and Irish film studies have expanded in scope and depth in recent years, prompting a growing number of critical debates on how these cinemas are analysed, contextualized, and understood. 'Twas Only an Irishman's Dream: The Image of Ireland and the Irish in American Popular Song Lyrics, by William H.
Williams. Traces the change in the Irish American image through more than pieces of sheet music – popular songs from the stage and for the parlour – to show how Americans' opinions of Ireland and the Irish went practically from one extreme to. Irish Americans (Irish: Gael-Mheiriceánaigh) are an ethnic group comprising Americans who have full or partial ancestry from 33 million Americans — % of the total population — self-identified as being of Irish ancestry in the American Community Survey conducted by the U.S.
Census Bureau. This compares with a population of million on the island of Ireland. and Screening Irish-America: Representing Irish-America in Film and Television, look much more closely at the involvement of the Irish in popular culture and how the Irish were portrayed in American popular culture than at politics and economic issues.
Both separately, and collectively, these volumes open up new areas for. The project complements the established “Screening Irish-America”.
The project has been initiated to research and analyse screen images of the Irish in Britain, both historically and in the present, including images in film, television and the internet. Screening Irish America: Representing Irish-America in Film and Television: book by Ruth Barton; Screening the Irish in Britain – event notice ; Screening the Irish in Britain: TCD, Dublin; Sept Saturday, July 18th, The Department of Film Studies at Trinity College in Dublin has announced the the launch of the “Screening the.
Tracy, A. () ‘In Ireland and America: An Interview with Jim Sheridan', in Ruth Barton (Ed.), Screening Irish America: Representing Irish America in Film and Television, Irish Academic Press (). Other Item () In Search of the Subtext: Interview with Lenny Abrahamson and Mark O'Halloran', Kinema, Fall Irish America Magazine.
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Abstract. The paradoxical truth, John Hill rightly observes, is that “Ireland has held a special place in the cinematic imagination, but its representation in film has, until relatively recently, been left to the British and American cinemas,” with overseas Irish communities frequently the focus and even supplying the filmmakers (Hill3; and see the various essays in Barton ).Author: R.
Barton Palmer.Irish University Review Book Review () Review of Ruth Barton, ed. Screening Irish-America (Dublin: Irish Academic Press, ). Schrage-Frueh, Michaela () Review of Ruth Barton, ed.
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