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About. Published by the Irish Jesuits, Studies is an Irish quarterly review which examines Irish social, political, cultural and economic issues in the light of Christian values and explores the Irish dimension in literature, history, philosophy and religion. Subscribe to the Irish Arts Review and receive: – Four editions of the Irish Arts Review each year – Personalised Gift Card – Free access to the Irish Arts Review Digital Archive – Free access to the Online Price Guide to Irish Art Sales updated quarterly – Free admission to art fairs and discounts at galleries and bookshops with the Irish Arts Review Privilege card.
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New Hibernia Review/ Iris Éireannach Nua: A Quarterly Record of Irish Studies presents plainly argued scholarship on all aspects of Irish civilization. It seeks to address a readership of both professional scholars and educated readers as it examines, without political agenda, the cultures of . The Irish sketch book, Contributions to the ʻForeign quarterly review', ʻThe Rhine, ' by Victor Hugo; The German in England; Dumas on the Rhine; George Herwegh's poems; Thieves' literature of France; French romancers on England; New accounts of Paris; ʻAngleterre, ' by Alfred Michiels. Other Titles: Foreign quarterly review.
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Welcome to Studies. Studies is a quarterly journal published by Messenger Publications, the publishing organisation of the Irish Jesuits. Founded and in continuous publication sinceit examines Irish social, political, cultural and economic issues in the light of Christian values and explores the Irish dimension in literature, history, philosophy and religion.
book review Hannah Lynch, – Irish writer, cosmopolitan, New Woman by Faith Binckes and Kathryn Laing, Cork, Cork University Press,pp., € (hardback), ISBN About this journal. The Irish Theological Quarterly (ITQ) is a refereed journal of systematic, moral, and historical theology, and of sacred scripture, founded in the Pontifical University at St Patrick's College, Maynooth.
It is committed to the advancement of constructive and critical scholarship in these areas and welcomes to its pages theologians from the international forum.
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In his new book, A New Ireland, Niall O’Dowd traces the first-ever revelation about the savage treatment of children by church and state in Ireland during the s. Cahir O'Doherty "How To. The Irish Arts Review mourns the loss of Dublin-born sculptor Janet Mullarney who passed away earlier this month, after a long illness, at her home in Italy.
A member of Aosdána and the Royal Hibernian Academy, Mullarney was one of the foremost sculptors of her generation. In the spring issue of the Dublin Review, the latest annual instalment of Ian Sansom ’s diary ranges brilliantly across family life (parents ailing, nest newly emptied), food (from Veganuary to a cold leftover poached egg to the Christmas gammon), neighbours (Clive the Viking), music (Schubert’s Fantasia in F Minor), travel (Warsaw, Krakow, Auschwitz), television (SAS: Who Dares Wins.
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