restricted access   Volume 45:1&2, Earrach/Samhradh / Spring/Summer 2010

Table of Contents

Editor's Introduction

pp. 5-10
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After the Race: Accelerator and the Cinematic Imagination of Urban Ireland

pp. 12-38
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"Down These Mean Streets": The City and Critique in Contemporary Irish Noir

pp. 39-55
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Cities under Watch: Urban Northern Ireland in Film

pp. 56-88
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The Extraordinary Ordinariness of Robert McLiam Wilson's Belfast

pp. 89-110
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Ciaran Carson's Books: A Bibliographic Mapping of Belfast

pp. 111-127
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"Compelled to their bad acts by hunger": Three Irish Urban Crowds, 1817–45

pp. 128-151
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"Unofficial" British Reprisals and IRA Provocations, 1919–20: The Cases of Three Cork Towns

pp. 152-197
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The State of Dublin's History

pp. 198-212
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North and South of the River: Demythologizing Dublin in Contemporary Irish Film

pp. 213-241
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Urban Legends

pp. 242-265
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Myopic Beauty: The Map, the Photograph, the Palimpsest, and Joyce

pp. 266-276
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Contributors

pp. 277-279
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