4 edition of Anáil an bhéil bheo found in the catalog.
Based on papers originally presented in June, 2006 at the 1st Galway Conference of Irish Studies sponsored by the Centre for Irish Studies, National University of Ireland, Galway.Includes bibliographical references.
|Statement||Cambridge Scholars Pub.|
|Publishers||Cambridge Scholars Pub.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 78 p. :|
|Number of Pages||96|
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Irish Geography, 46 :9-13 2012 'Geographies of Hunger: Colonialism and the Political Economy of An Gorta Mor' Nessa Cronin 2012 'Geographies of Hunger: Colonialism and the Political Economy of An Gorta Mor'.
Book Review 2004 The Languages of Ireland by Michael Cronin and Cormac O Cuilleanain. Irish Studies Summer School Graduate Seminar. In: Oral Tradition 24 1 : 61—88. 2012 Alice Milligan and the Irish Cultural Revival. 1969 The Irish Comic Tradition. Tamsui: Tamkang University: Reviews 2003 Language Technologies and the Foreign Language FL Teacher'. Poetry and Politics in Northern Ireland: Seamus Heaney and the Government of the Tongue'.
Long Making Contact: Maps, Identity and Travel and, The King's Two Maps: Cartography and Culture in Thirteenth Century England, Daniel Birkholz'. 2013 Early Medieval Ireland 400—1200.
Reviews The Ordnance Survey of Ireland and Friel's Translations'. Proceeds of Tamkang International Conference on Globalization, Education and Language.
Reviews Monstrous hybridity: Kim of the 'Eye-rishti' and the Survey of India', India and Ireland. joint presentation with Dr Louis de Paor as part of the Roundstone Public Lecture Series, Unfolding Ideas, Folding Landscapes. Peer Reviewed Journals Year Publication 2020 'Achillhenge: Liquid Modernity and an Archaeology of the Irish Anthropocene' Cronin, Nessa 2020 'Achillhenge: Liquid Modernity and an Archaeology of the Irish Anthropocene'.
Galway, Ireland: Centre for Landscape Studies, NUI Galway.
Irish Studies Reading Group, Centre for Irish Studies, NUI.
In September 2019 she was elected to the National Committee of Future Earth Ireland, based at the Royal Irish Academy, Dublin.
Nessa Cronin and Tim Collins 2017 Lifeworlds: Space, Place and Irish Culture.