300 Years of Irish Periodicals
Publication Date: November 1989
300 Years of Irish Periodicals edited by Barbara Hayley & Enda McKay
With an introduction from David Dickson, 300 Years of Irish Periodicals is a collection of essays seeking to justify the ‘format, function and fate of Irish periodicals.’ With essays from an array of Irish academics, this collection is brought together by Barbara Hayley and Enda McKay.
ABOUT THE EDITORS
Barbara Hayley is a Professor of English Language and Literature at St Patrick’s College, Maynooth, and the author of William Carleton’s Traits and Stories and the Nineteenth Century Anglo-Irish Tradition (Gerard’s Cross, Collin Smythe, 1983) and A Bibliography of the Writings of William Carleton (Gerard’s Cross, Collin Smythe, 1985.)
Enda McKay is Development Officer of the Association of Irish Learned Journals and Senior Tutor in the Departments of History and the Departments of Ethics and Politics, University College, Dublin.
|Dimensions||160 × 240 mm|
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