restricted access   Volume 5, Number 4, Geimhreadh/Winter 2001

Table of Contents

From: New Hibernia Review

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Editors' Notes: Notai na nEagarthoiri

pp. 5-8

The Riot in Westport: George A. Birmingham at Home

pp. 9-21

Moral Order and the Liberal Agenda in the Republic of Ireland

pp. 22-41

Filiocht Nua: New Poetry

pp. 42-47

Charleston's Bishop John England and American Slavery

pp. 48-56

"The Plain Round Tale of Faithful Thady": Castle Rackrent as Slave Narrative

pp. 57-72

Forcing the Question of Northern Ireland: The Brooke-Mayhew Talks, 1990-1992

pp. 73-92

Old Sleepy Hollow Calls Over the World: Washington Irving and Joyce's "The Dead"

pp. 93-108

Irish Immigrants in Michigan's Copper Country

pp. 109-122

The Aistriuchan Cloak: Paul Muldoon and the Irish Language

pp. 123-134

Exhibitions: Taispeántais

"Whither the Abbey?": Renovating Ireland's National Theatre

pp. 135-143

Radharc ar gCúl: A Backward Glance

Foras Feasa ar Eirinn and the Historical Origins of Irish Catholic Identity

pp. 144-147

Ethnohistorical Preservation and Persuasion in Foras Feasa ar Eirinn

pp. 147-152

Keating Hero

pp. 152-154

Reviews: Léirmheasanna

My Self, My Muse: Irish Women Poets Reflect on Life and Art (review)

pp. 155-157

The Fields of Athenry: A Journey Through Irish History (review)

pp. 158-159