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Studies in Arts and Humanities Journal - Vol 2, No 2 (2016)

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Studies in Arts and Humanities Journal - Vol 2, No 2 (2016)

 

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  • Carolan, Stuart; Flynn, James; Murphy, Conor (SAHKartell, 2016)
    On 25th November 2015, Studies in Arts and Humanities (SAH) Journal hosted a public interview with leading Irish film and television producer James Flynn (Octagon Productions) and creator/writer of the groundbreaking Irish ...
  • Wilson, Naomi (SAHKartell, 2016)
    Ossian & the Hare is an experimental film-essay combination intended to work like two sides of the one coin. The 20-minute long film is designed to be more experiential than narrative driven, moving us through various ...
  • Biancoshock; Cashell, Fiona (SAHKartell, 2016)
    Milan-based socially engaged artist, Biancoshock (a pseudonym the artist prefers to use), was kind enough to take time out of his schedule to answer some questions for SAH Journal. We wanted to know more about his diverse, ...
  • Madden, Tom (SAHKartell, 2016)
    Seán MacDiarmada: Signatory to Proclamation – Executed after the Rising of 1916 - Leitrim to Kilmainham was written by Tom Madden to coincide with the 1916/2016 centenary commemorations. The play was first performed at the ...
  • Blackbird 
    Ward, Mark (Dublin Business School, 2016)
    A new poem by Mark Ward.
  • Douglas, Jennifer (Dublin Business School, 2016)
    Internet use is an ever growing occurrence in society; the modern person has developed a reliance on the ease in which we can communicate with those near and far. According to statista.com, Ireland is the ninth highest ...
  • O'Keeffe, Brian (Dublin Business School, 2016)
    The Irish-American adoptions were a revolutionary way of dealing with Ireland’s ‘problem of the illegitimate child’. Ireland had long been promoted as a Catholic, and thus, a morally pure country. Having a child out of ...
  • Morrisy, Julie (SAHKartell, 2016)
    This essay points to structural and formal techniques in the hybrid poetries of current female North American poets writing in the book-length form. The author suggests that in their hybrid poetries, M. NourbeSe Philip, ...