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‘What ish my nation?’: Towards a Negative Definition of Identity
This chapter examines Derrida’s distinction between law and justice, looking at the heritage of Pascal and Montaigne and examining issues of ethical and political responsibility in the process, taking some examples from ...
At the Frontier of Language: Literature, Theory, Politics
This essay examines the problematics of language and identity. Beginning with a deconstructive reading of Seamus Heaney’s poem ‘Broagh’, it moves on to deconstruct the signifier of Ulster, showing how the use of this term, ...
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North: The Politics of Plurality
(Nua: Studies in Contemporary Irish Writing, 1999)
This essay will offer a theoretical reading both of North, and its critics; it will also analyse the criticisms of North in terms of its speaking with the voice of the tribe. I hope to demonstrate that, in fact, what is ...
The Lithostraitigraphy and Biostratigraphy of a Holocene Coastal Sediment Sequence in Marazion Marsh, West Cornwall, U.K. with reference to relative Sea-Level Movements.
A Holocene sedimentary sequence at Marazion Marsh, Mount's Bay, west Cornwall, U.K. is examined with reference to coastal evolution and relative sea-level change. A sample core analyzed in this paper shows the base of the ...
Metalliferous Mine Waste in West Cornwall: The Implications for Coastal Management
(Samara Publishing Ltd, 1996)
Metalliferous mining has taken place in Cornwall since the Bronze Age. Copper production in southwest England peaked at 15,255 tonnes of metal in 1860, while c. 12,794 tonnes of tin metal represented its peak production ...
The Question of Irish Identity in the Writings of W. B. Yeats and James Joyce
(New York: Edwin Mellen Press, 1998)
The Local and the Global in North African Popular Music.
(Cambridge University Press, 1996)
Late Quaternary Coastal Change in West Cornwall, UK
(Environmental Research Center, Department of Geography, University of Durham, 1996)