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    • Marginalizing Memory: Political Commemorations of the 1916 Easter Rising 

      McIntyre, Anthony (SAHKartell, 2016)
      The recent centenary commemorations of the 1916 Easter Rising were notable for the considerable effort the Irish government put into making them inclusive. However, inclusiveness in this context masks the fact that the ...
    • Staging the Easter Rising: Plays by W.B. Yeats, Sean O’Casey and Colm Tóibín 

      Kao, Wei H. (SAHKartell, 2016)
      Despite the fact that the 1916 Easter Rising has given rise to many critical inquiries and occasioned heated debate among nationalist and revisionist historians, this historical event has been revered almost as a creation ...
    • Ó Chéitinn go Conradh: Rising the Revivalists to 1916 

      Ui Chollatain, Regina (SAHKartell, 2016)
      Was the Gaelic League the ‘breeding ground’ for the IRB? Was the Irish language the Language of the Revolution? These parting words from the O’Rahilly (Ua Rathghaille) border on absurd black humour but like so many other ...
    • Editorial 

      Buggle, Jane (SAHKartell, 2016)
      Open access; Libraries and publishing; Research support; Scholarly publishing
    • Speaking to the Masses – Hybrid Poetics and Marshall McLuhan’s “Newspaper Landscape” 

      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, ...
    • Crime Scene 

      Duffy, Noel (SAHKartell, 2016)
      A new poem by Noel Duffy.
    • First Take 

      Scott, Dane (SAHKartell, 2016)
      A new poem by Dane Scott.
    • Foreign Adoption in Ireland: A Case Study of the Irish-American Adoptions, 1947–1952 

      O'Keeffe, Brian (SAHkartell, 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 ...
    • Easter Holidays 2016 

      Kane, Gaynor (SAHKartell, 2016)
      A new poem by Gaynor Kane.
    • The Making and Remaking of Irish History: An Interview with Vincent Comerford 

      Comerford, R.V.; Doolin, David (SAHKartell, 2016)
      On Tuesday, 26 April 2016, I sat down with former head of History at Maynooth University, Professor Vincent Comerford, to chat about the current state of the discipline, about changes within history over time and the telling ...
    • Interview with the Creators of Love/Hate 

      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 ...
    • Challenging Art: An Interview with Italian Artist, Biancoshock 

      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, ...
    • Sean MacDiarmada 

      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 (SAHkartell, 2016)
      A new poem by Mark Ward.
    • Asparachrist (for Andres Serrano) 

      Trowbridge, Terry (SAHKartell, 2017)
      A new poem by Terry Trowbridge.
    • The Radical Habitus and the Knowledge Practices of the Irish Organic Food Movement 

      Jorgensen, Annette (SAHKartell, 2017)
      The aims of the organic food movement include the transformation of food production, distribution and consumption. They necessitate a range of different skills and understandings which must be accessed, created, put to use ...
    • Lumière Word Cloud (voicesonfilm, 2017): Creativity, Curation, Projection in Film Education 

      Taylor, Barnaby (SAHKartell, 2017)
      Lumière Word Cloud (voicesonfilm, 2017) is a co-curated experiment in the design and execution of academic/student collaborative assessment methods at Third Level. Inspired by classroom conversations regarding the parallels ...
    • Public Heath in Colonial and Post-Colonial Ghana: Lesson-Drawing for The Twenty-First Century 

      Adu-Gyamfi, Samuel; Brenya, Edward; Nana Egyir, Peter (SAHKartell, 2017)
      Public health in twenty-first century Ghana is mired with several issues ranging from the inadequacy of public health facilities, improper settlement planning, insanitary conditions, and the inadequacy of laws and their ...
    • Animalia 

      Toner, Ian (SAHKartell, 2017)
      A fast-paced, dark comedy about Danielle and Sarah who used to be best friends when they were kids. But they’re not kids anymore. Because they’re 11. Caught on the precipice of adulthood, two very different girls try to ...
    • Eloquence Squared: An Interview with Padhraig Nolan 

      Nolan, Padhraig; Chapman, Patrick (SAHKartell, 2017)
      Often, creative people are recognised primarily for the work they do in one discipline, with efforts in other areas overlooked. Some artists are truly multidisciplinary, having the ability to express themselves eloquently ...