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Postcolonial Passages: Migration and Cinematic Form in Michael Haneke’s "Hidden" and Alan Gilsenan’s "Zulu 9"
(Taylor and Francis, 2011)
This essay examines two recent cinematic productions from France and Ireland, respectively: Michael Haneke’s Hidden and Alan Gilsenan’s Zulu 9. These two films are considered comparatively in terms of migration, postcolonial ...
Ireland, Empire and Utopia: Irish Postcolonial Criticism and the Utopian Impulse
(Routledge Taylor and Francis, 2010)
This article is a response to Bill Ashcroft’s ‘Critical Utopias’, which appeared in this journal in 2007. In his earlier piece, Ashcroft offered a summary genealogy of the historical and literary historical links between ...
Ireland and Ecocriticism: An Introduction
Contemporary Irish history, specifically that of the past twenty years, saw the nature of the relationship between people and land alter dramatically and, in large part, detrimentally. So that while ‘land’ and ‘value’ have ...