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  • colm Donoghue | National University of Ireland, Maynooth - Academia.edu
    of Ireland Maynooth Electronic Engineering Alumnus edit Other Affiliations Add Affiliation Research Interests none edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to sign up Reset Password Enter the email address you signed up with and we ll send a reset password email to that

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    See The Place of Ireland In Samuel Johnson s Imagination more by Conrad Brunstrom Publisher JSTOR Publication Date Jan 1 2001 Publication Name Eighteenth Century Ireland Iris an dá chultúr Download pdf Quick view Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Playing is a Science Eighteenth Century Actors Manuals and the Proto Sociology of Emotion more by Conrad Brunstrom Publisher interscience wiley com Publication Date Jan 1 2002 Publication Name Journal for Eighteenth Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Thomas Sheridan and the Evil Ends of Writing more by Conrad Brunstrom Publisher JSTOR Publication Date Jan 1 1999 Publication Name New Hibernia Review Iris Éireannach Nua Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Thomas Sheridan An Actor in Earnest more by Conrad Brunstrom An Actor in Earnest considers the varied careers of controversial Irish adventurer Thomas Sheridan 1719 1788 in terms of a continuum of phonocentrist obsession Sheridan is known to history as Richard Brinsley Sheridan s father more An Actor in Earnest considers the varied careers of controversial Irish adventurer Thomas Sheridan 1719 1788 in terms of a continuum of phonocentrist obsession Sheridan is known to history as Richard Brinsley Sheridan s father Frances Sheridan s husband and Jonathan Swift s godson In his own right and his own day he was employed variously as an actor manager elocutionist lecturer and educational theorist Sheridan believed that the key to Irish national renewal and European cultural revival was the cultivation of the spoken word His stewardship of the Smock Alley Theater in Dublin was marked by considerable innovation along with bitter controversies and famous riots His lectures on oratory provoked admiration and ridicule in roughly equal measure yet he would have a profound influence on future educational practice This book argues that Sheridan s many failures are as interesting

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  • Conrad Brunstrom | National University of Ireland, Maynooth - Academia.edu
    as an early more This book re examines the literary significance of poet and translator William Cowper 1731 1800 Too often Cowper is pigeonholed as an eccentric a hopeless depressive or even as a religious lunatic Often regarded as an early Romantic Cowper is reconsidered in this book in light of a rich eighteenth century political and religious culture Rather than read him as an old fashioned Calvinist stranded in an increasingly secularized society Cowper can be read as someone who well understood the increasingly imprecise and emotionalist quality of eighteenth century religious discourse and who expressed this dominant tendency with uncanny insight More Info Bucknell 2004 Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Thomas Sheridan An Actor in Earnest more by Conrad Brunstrom An Actor in Earnest considers the varied careers of controversial Irish adventurer Thomas Sheridan 1719 1788 in terms of a continuum of phonocentrist obsession Sheridan is known to history as Richard Brinsley Sheridan s father more An Actor in Earnest considers the varied careers of controversial Irish adventurer Thomas Sheridan 1719 1788 in terms of a continuum of phonocentrist obsession Sheridan is known to history as Richard Brinsley Sheridan s father Frances Sheridan s husband and Jonathan Swift s godson In his own right and his own day he was employed variously as an actor manager elocutionist lecturer and educational theorist Sheridan believed that the key to Irish national renewal and European cultural revival was the cultivation of the spoken word His stewardship of the Smock Alley Theater in Dublin was marked by considerable innovation along with bitter controversies and famous riots His lectures on oratory provoked admiration and ridicule in roughly equal measure yet he would have a profound influence on future educational practice This book argues that Sheridan s many failures are as interesting as his fewer successes and that he stands as a fascinating example of the power of a single idea variously interpreted and implemented Sheridan stands as popular rhetorician who unwittingly facilitated a culture of almost cinematic spectacle as well as more positively a critical contributor to an Irish nationalist tradition that regards big speeches as the inspirational heritage of an active citizenry More Info Bucknell 2010 or 2011 Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Papers preliminary report more by Conrad Brunstrom Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Thomas Sheridan and the Evil Ends of Writing more by Conrad Brunstrom Publisher JSTOR Publication Date Jan 1 1999 Publication Name New Hibernia Review Iris Éireannach Nua Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Playing is a Science Eighteenth Century Actors Manuals and the Proto Sociology of Emotion more by Conrad Brunstrom Publisher interscience wiley com Publication Date Jan 1 2002 Publication Name Journal for Eighteenth Share Facebook Twitter Edit Delete Move section Not Worth Going to See The Place of Ireland In Samuel Johnson s Imagination more by Conrad Brunstrom Publisher JSTOR Publication Date Jan 1 2001 Publication Name Eighteenth Century Ireland Iris an dá chultúr Download pdf Quick view

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  • Declan Kavanagh | National University of Ireland, Maynooth - Academia.edu
    Identity Eighteenth Century literature and culture and Judith Butler edit About I hold a BA degree in English and History First class ho more I hold a BA degree in English and History First class honours from the National University of Ireland Maynooth and an M Phil in Anglo Irish literature Distinction from the University of Dublin Trinity College I am an Irish Research Council scholar in the School of English Media and Theatre Studies NUIM My research involves an analysis of effeminophobia in mid eighteenth century literary narratives The project focuses on the poetry of Charles Churchill and on the political and literary careers of both John Wilkes and Edmund Burke I am interested in all aspects of Eighteenth century literature and culture as well as Irish studies and Queer Theory more broadly I am obsessed with Charles Churchill s poetry Alexander Pope isn t bad either Follow me on twitter declan1986 for the twitter stream of consciousness of a PhD student on the last stretch edit Advisors Dr Conrad Brunstrom edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click

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  • Jessica Peart | National University of Ireland, Maynooth - Academia.edu
    Graduate Student edit Other Affiliations Add Affiliation Research Interests English Literature Irish Studies and Literary Translation Translation Studies edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to sign up Reset Password Enter the email address you signed up with and we ll send a reset

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  • Mark Tyndall | National University of Ireland, Maynooth - Academia.edu
    Research Interests Irish Studies James Joyce Henri Bergson and 7 more Sound Aesthetics Visual Studies Aesthetics Phenomenology Music Theory Music and Politics and Simon Critchley edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to sign up Reset Password Enter the email address you signed up

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  • Ciara Gallagher | National University of Ireland, Maynooth - Academia.edu
    Affiliation Research Interests Material Culture Studies Postcolonial Theory Postcolonial Literature and 3 more Ecocriticism Children s Literature Culture and Twentieth century South Asian Literatures edit About edit Advisors edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to sign up Reset Password Enter the email address you signed up with

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  • Sonia Howell | National University of Ireland, Maynooth - Academia.edu
    Affiliations Add Affiliation Research Interests Literature English Digital Humanities and 3 more Postmodernism Nationalism And State Building and Irish Theatre edit About edit Advisors Prof Margaret Kelleher edit Edit Done Editing profile views followers Log In Log In with Facebook or Email Password Remember me on this computer or reset password Need an account Click here to sign up Reset Password Enter the email address you signed up with and

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