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The development of internationalisation policy in UK higher education
This study is concerned with examining the process of the intemationdsation of education and teaching within UK higher education in general, and in particular, with the impact on the working practices, values and norms ...
The Language of Empire and the Empire of Language: Joyce and the Return of the Postcolonial Repressed
(Four Courts Press, 2007)
This chapter examines the importance of language in the imperial project and the importance of language as a deconstruction of that project. It looks specifically at the language of James Joyce and argues that his work ...
In Vidocq's footsteps
(Journal of European Studies, 2003)
‘Both more than a language and no more of a language’: Michael Hartnett and the Politics of Translation.
(Four Courts Press, 2003)
This essay looks at the politics of translation through a specific focus on the poetry, in Irish and in English, of Michael Hartnett. It suggests a politics of translation that is emancipatory and creative, and deconstructs ...
Ireland, Modernity and the Question of Definition
(The Journal of Music in Ireland, 2003)
This essay is an exploration of the notion of modernity, and its relationship with tradition. It is a response to John Waters’ article on modernity entitles ‘Reactionary Progressives’. I will respond to the article in ...
The local context of Óenach Tailten
(Meath Archaeological and Historical Society, 2000)
Scultptors and their customers: A study of Clonmacnoise grave-slabs
(The Stationery Office, 2003)
Lotte Reiniger and the art of animation
(Königshausen & Neumann, 2006)
Images and icons: female teachers' representations of self and self-control in 1920s Ireland
(History of Education Review, 2008)
This article addresses a particular episode that occurred in one of the main female training colleges in Ireland in the late 1920s when students founded the Mary Immaculate Modest Dress and Deportment Crusade (MDDC). ...