Literacy, Language and Reading in Nineteenth-Century Ireland
Edited by Rebecca Anne Barr, Sarah-Anne Buckley, and Muireann O’Cinneide
Muireann O’Cinneide is Lecturer in English at the National University of Ireland Galway.
Rebecca Barr is Lecturer in English at the National University of Ireland Galway.
Sarah-Anne Buckley is Lecturer in History at the National University of Ireland Galway and President of the Women's History Association of Ireland.
Section 1 Literacy and Bilingualism
2 Douglas Hyde: First Steps in the Creation of a Linguist - Liam Mac Mathúna and Máire Níc Bhaird
Section 2 Periodicals and their Readers
4 Watchmen to the House of Israel? Irish Methodism and the Religious Press - Nicola Morris
5 The Dublin Penny Journal and Alternative Histories - Elizabeth Tilley
6 Room With a View: Reading Ireland in the Irish College Old Library, Paris c. 1870-1900 - Darragh Gannon
7 “May God bless you and all at home”: Mid-Nineteenth-Century Irish Views on Italy As Seen Through the Letters of Albert Delahoyde, 1860-1870 - Florry O Driscoll
8 “Good Translations” or “Mental dram-drinking”? Translation and Literacy in Nineteenth-Century Ireland - Michèle Milan
9 From Dublin to Dehar Dun: Language, Translation and Mapping Ireland and India - Nessa Cronin
10 Reading the Hand: Palmistry, Graphology and Alternative Literacies - Stephanie Rains
Size: 239 × 163 mm
Publication: April 30, 2019
Series: Society for the Study of Nineteenth Century Ireland 4