Volume 51, Numbers 3 & 4, Fall/Winter 2016

Table of Contents

Articles

A Fairy Legend, a Friendship, a Painting: Thomas Crofton Croker, James McDaniel, and Daniel Macdonald’s Sídhe Gaoithe/The Fairy Blast

pp. 7-22
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Frank Roney and the Fenians: A Reappraisal of Irish Republicanism in 1860s Belfast and Ulster

pp. 23-54
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World War I and the Legacy of the Dublin Lockout, 1914–16

pp. 55-79
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Maeve’s Legacy: Constance Markievicz, Eva Gore-Booth, and the Easter Rising

pp. 80-103
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Padraic Colum: Patriot Propagandist for the Poets’ Revolution

pp. 104-123
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Review Essay: The Material and Performative Culture of 1916

pp. 124-140
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Masculinity and Nationhood in the East Clare By-Election, 1917

pp. 141-164
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Divided Loyalties: Irish American Women Labor Leaders and the Irish Revolution, 1916–23

pp. 165-187
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“Decorticated” Brains and “Steriliz[ed]” Minds: Samuel Beckett and Irish Censorship

pp. 188-215
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Punishing the Lyric: Seamus Heaney and the Poetics of a Communal Europe

pp. 216-243
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“The Totality of Relationships”: The Haughey-Thatcher Relationship and the Anglo-Irish Summit Meeting, 8 December 1980

pp. 244-273
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Contributors

pp. 274-277
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