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Heaney And Ellmann At Emory, Ronald Schuchard 2014 Georgia Southern University

Heaney And Ellmann At Emory, Ronald Schuchard

Irish Studies South

No abstract provided.


To Seamus Heaney In Heaven, Iggy McGovern 2014 Georgia Southern University

To Seamus Heaney In Heaven, Iggy Mcgovern

Irish Studies South

No abstract provided.


Editor's Note, Rand Brandes 2014 Georgia Southern University

Editor's Note, Rand Brandes

Irish Studies South

No abstract provided.


General Editor’S Introduction, John Countryman 2014 Georgia Southern University

General Editor’S Introduction, John Countryman

Irish Studies South

No abstract provided.


Table Of Contents, John Countryman, Rand Brandes 2014 Georgia Southern University

Table Of Contents, John Countryman, Rand Brandes

Irish Studies South

No abstract provided.


University Archives And Community Organizations: Ensuring Access Through Collaboration, Jessica R. Holden, Andrew Elder, Joanne Riley 2014 University of Massachusetts Boston

University Archives And Community Organizations: Ensuring Access Through Collaboration, Jessica R. Holden, Andrew Elder, Joanne Riley

Joanne M. Riley

How can a university archives establish a successful ongoing relationship with a community organization? What are the benefits and challenges of such a collaboration? University of Massachusetts Boston’s Archives and Special Collections (UASC) explored these questions while working with The Irish Ancestral Research Association (TIARA) to preserve and provide access to 79,000 mortuary records from the Massachusetts Catholic Order of Foresters. Elements of the collaboration included shifting stewardship of the records from the Foresters to TIARA to UMass Boston, integrating TIARA’s efforts in processing and indexing the records into the Archives’ workflow, providing in-person and electronic access ...


University Archives And Community Organizations: Ensuring Access Through Collaboration, Jessica R. Holden, Andrew Elder, Joanne Riley 2014 University of Massachusetts Boston

University Archives And Community Organizations: Ensuring Access Through Collaboration, Jessica R. Holden, Andrew Elder, Joanne Riley

Jessica R. Holden

How can a university archives establish a successful ongoing relationship with a community organization? What are the benefits and challenges of such a collaboration? University of Massachusetts Boston’s Archives and Special Collections (UASC) explored these questions while working with The Irish Ancestral Research Association (TIARA) to preserve and provide access to 79,000 mortuary records from the Massachusetts Catholic Order of Foresters. Elements of the collaboration included shifting stewardship of the records from the Foresters to TIARA to UMass Boston, integrating TIARA’s efforts in processing and indexing the records into the Archives’ workflow, providing in-person and electronic access ...


University Archives And Community Organizations: Ensuring Access Through Collaboration, Jessica R. Holden, Andrew Elder, Joanne Riley 2014 University of Massachusetts Boston

University Archives And Community Organizations: Ensuring Access Through Collaboration, Jessica R. Holden, Andrew Elder, Joanne Riley

Andrew Elder

How can a university archives establish a successful ongoing relationship with a community organization? What are the benefits and challenges of such a collaboration? University of Massachusetts Boston’s Archives and Special Collections (UASC) explored these questions while working with The Irish Ancestral Research Association (TIARA) to preserve and provide access to 79,000 mortuary records from the Massachusetts Catholic Order of Foresters. Elements of the collaboration included shifting stewardship of the records from the Foresters to TIARA to UMass Boston, integrating TIARA’s efforts in processing and indexing the records into the Archives’ workflow, providing in-person and electronic access ...


University Archives And Community Organizations: Ensuring Access Through Collaboration, Jessica R. Holden, Andrew Elder, Joanne Riley 2014 University of Massachusetts Boston

University Archives And Community Organizations: Ensuring Access Through Collaboration, Jessica R. Holden, Andrew Elder, Joanne Riley

Joseph P. Healey Library Publications

How can a university archives establish a successful ongoing relationship with a community organization? What are the benefits and challenges of such a collaboration? University of Massachusetts Boston’s Archives and Special Collections (UASC) explored these questions while working with The Irish Ancestral Research Association (TIARA) to preserve and provide access to 79,000 mortuary records from the Massachusetts Catholic Order of Foresters. Elements of the collaboration included shifting stewardship of the records from the Foresters to TIARA to UMass Boston, integrating TIARA’s efforts in processing and indexing the records into the Archives’ workflow, providing in-person and electronic access ...


Caer Brythwch And Brythach And Nerthach In 'Culhwch And Olwen', Andrew Breeze 2014 Universidad de Navarra, Pamplona

Caer Brythwch And Brythach And Nerthach In 'Culhwch And Olwen', Andrew Breeze

Journal of Literary Onomastics

No abstract.


Prof Begins History Project With Irish American Immigrants, Gerald F. Reid 2014 Sacred Heart University

Prof Begins History Project With Irish American Immigrants, Gerald F. Reid

Gerald F. Reid

An oral history project has been started with students on the lives of Irish American immigrants. With the help of students from his “Ethnography of Ireland” class, Reid records student interviews with Irish-American immigrants using high-quality digital audio recorders. The recordings and transcripts will then be archived with the Connecticut Irish American Historical Society and, hopefully, at the University as well.


Heroes To Horrors: Metamorphosis As Combat Trauma In The Mythology Of The West, Thomas Passarelli 2014 University of Connecticut, Storrs

Heroes To Horrors: Metamorphosis As Combat Trauma In The Mythology Of The West, Thomas Passarelli

Honors Scholar Theses

In an attempt to show how Western mythological depictions of metamorphosis in fighting men often serve as an early discussion on the psychosocial ramifications of warfare on veterans, this research holds early Norse, Celtic, and Anglo-Saxon texts in comparison with contemporary PTSD research and anecdotes from American veterans of the Vietnam War.


The Saint Of Llanbadrig: A Contested Dedication, Deborah K.E. Crawford 2014 Independent Scholar

The Saint Of Llanbadrig: A Contested Dedication, Deborah K.E. Crawford

e-Keltoi: Journal of Interdisciplinary Celtic Studies

Located on the Isle of Anglesey in northwest Wales, the medieval church of Llanbadrig is the pride of the nearby village of Cemaes, on Cemaes Bay. There is a strong local tradition that the church is dedicated to Patrick, Apostle of the Irish. However, reporting of that dedication has been divided between the patron saint of Ireland and one Padrig ab Alfryd, a saint associated with northern Wales. The issue of the dedication is important to the community of Cemaes. A resolution is also needed for scholarly purposes.


"Fenianism And The Celtic Renaissance", Matt Knight 2014 University of South Florida, Tampa

"Fenianism And The Celtic Renaissance", Matt Knight

Matt Knight

No abstract provided.


"The Female Voice In Irish Elegiac Poetry, 900-1500 Ad", Matt Knight 2014 University of South Florida, Tampa

"The Female Voice In Irish Elegiac Poetry, 900-1500 Ad", Matt Knight

Matt Knight

We find two genres of poetry focused on death and the dead in Old and Middle Irish [900-1500 AD]: the elegy, marbhnadh, and the lament, caoineadh. The former is a highly formalized, literary, and male-dominated form, while the latter is traditional, oral, and entirely the provenance of women. However, elements of the caoineadh—whether linguistic, thematic, or metrical—often find their way into elegiac poetry. It will be argued here that this occurs for two main reasons: as an attempt at verisimilitude on the part of an author, and as a utilization of the feminine voice to express emotions of ...


Foreword To 'Memoir' By Journalist And Writer Tomás Bairéad, Ian Kilroy 2014 Dublin Institute of Technology

Foreword To 'Memoir' By Journalist And Writer Tomás Bairéad, Ian Kilroy

Books/Book Chapters

Foreword to A Memoir of Ireland’s Nascent Years, by Irish language journalist and writer Tomás Bairéad (translated and edited by Mícheál Ó hAodha). Forthcoming from The Edwin Mellen Press, New York. Tomás Bairéad (1893-1973) is well known for a number of collections of short stories in Irish. He invented a version of short-hand for the Irish language. From Moycullen, Co Galway, he was involved in the Irish War of Independence and covered the Irish Civil War as a journalist. He edited the Irish language page in the Irish Independent for a number of years.


The Shanachie, Volume 26, Number 3, Connecticut Irish-American Historical Society 2014 Sacred Heart University

The Shanachie, Volume 26, Number 3, Connecticut Irish-American Historical Society

The Shanachie (CIAHS)

Contents: Museum in the Streets program planned for New Haven (Ethnic Heritage Center Project) -- Irish immigrants’ stories preserved for posterity (Sacred Heart University-CIAHS collaboration) -- An Irish link to the Hartford Courant’s 250th birthday ... but shame on the Courant for the job it did on the Irish


The Shanachie, Volume 26, Number 4, Connecticut Irish-American Historical Society 2014 Sacred Heart University

The Shanachie, Volume 26, Number 4, Connecticut Irish-American Historical Society

The Shanachie (CIAHS)

For more than 300 years, the most compelling reason that caused Irish people of all origins and religions to come in large numbers to the American colonies and the United States was economic opportunity. More simply: jobs. While the Irish are usually labeled as canal builders and domestic servants, a more accurate reading is that they were Jacks and Jills of all trades. In a young nation that was expanding geographically and economically, there was a constant need for workers. The Irish were able and willing. This issue of The Shanachie demonstrates the kind of fascinating information that is available ...


The Shanachie, Volume 26, Number 1, Connecticut Irish-American Historical Society 2014 Sacred Heart University

The Shanachie, Volume 26, Number 1, Connecticut Irish-American Historical Society

The Shanachie (CIAHS)

Contents: "The legacy of two Irish tenors to Connecticut, John McCormack and Peter Dolan."


The Shanachie, Major Topic Index, 1989-2014, Connecticut Irish-American Historical Society 2014 Sacred Heart University

The Shanachie, Major Topic Index, 1989-2014, Connecticut Irish-American Historical Society

The Shanachie (CIAHS)

Listing of major topics in each issue of The Shanachie from 1989-2014 (v.26 n.2)


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