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  • An Italian inferno in Ireland: Alessandro Gavazzi and religious debate in the nineteenth century 

    O'Connor, Anne (Palgrave Macmillan, 2015)
    Alessandro Gavazzi (1809-1889), the ‘warrior-priest’1 is a well-known figure in the history of the Risorgimento, famed for his patriotic oratory, his tireless support of the Italian nationalist cause, and – after Pope ...
  • Language and migration in Ireland 

    O'Connor, Anne; Ciribuco, Andrea; Naughton, Anita (Immigrant Council of Ireland, 2017)
    This report looks at the linguistic landscape in Ireland in 2017, using the words of migrants to describe their experiences in a changing and multilingual context. According to the 2016 Census, 612,018 people in Ireland ...
  • Letters to Italy: translation and religion in nineteenth-century Ireland 

    O'Connor, Anne (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016)
    The analysis of translation activity in particular societies and contexts can often focus on published texts and literary works. In nineteenth-century Ireland, such an approach would only capture a proportion of translation ...
  • Migrating myths: From Greece to Nicaragua, Mexico and Ireland 

    Shaughnessy, Lorna (Society for Irish Latin America Studies (SILAS), 2018)
    Michèle Najlis is a Nicaraguan poet associated with the Sandinista Revolution; her 1991 collection of poems Cantos de Ifigenia (Songs of Iphigenia) has had a deep and lasting impact on my academic and creative work. ...
  • Petrarch goes west: translation and the literary canon 

    Hodder, Mike; O'Connor, Anne (Taylor & Francis, 2017-09-08)
    This article addresses the translation of Petrarch's work on the Western fringes of Europe demonstrating how the appropriation and transformation of the European literary canon served domestic ends in Ireland in the ...
  • Placenames database of Ireland: Bunachar logainmneacha na hÉireann 

    Ó hAisibéil, Liam (County Roscommon Historical and Archaeological Society, 2009)
    The purpose of this article is to give a brief overview of the online Placenames Database of Ireland (www.logainm.ie). This article will also examine the relevance and importance of this database in relation to research ...
  • That dangerous serpent: Garibaldi and Ireland 1860 - 1870 

    O'Connor, Anne (Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2010-09-28)
    This article analyses the reaction to Garibaldi in Ireland during the Risorgimento, a reaction which, in its negativity, generally contrasted with the Italian's heroic depiction elsewhere. Attitudes towards Garibaldi ...
  • Traditional song in Ireland: living fossil or dynamic resource 

    Ó Laoire, Lillis (Festival 500 Sharing the voices, 1997)
    When I submitted the abstract of this paper, I did not realize that the late Frank Harrison used almost exactly the same title in an 6 Riada memorial lecture at University College Cork, Ireland some years ago (Harrison, ...
  • Trans-formations of gendered identities in Ireland 

    Woods, Jeannine (Palgrave, 2014)
    Since the early 1990s, non-heteronormative masculinities have gained a certain degree of acceptance in Irish society. The years preceding and following the decriminalistaion of homosexuality in 1993 saw an increase in ...
  • Translating the Vatican: Paul Cullen, power and language in nineteenth-century Ireland 

    O'Connor, Anne (Taylor & Francis, 2014-09-29)
    This paper examines how one of the most influential figures in nineteenth-century Ireland, Cardinal Paul Cullen, used language and translation to further his career and his vision for the Catholic Church in this period. ...
  • A voyage into Catholicism: Irish travel to Italy in the nineteenth century 

    O'Connor, Anne (Taylor & Francis, 2016-05-19)
    The analysis of travel writing and Italy has often focused on the beauty, the history and the heritage of the country; this essay argues that religion was a key element in depictions of the country and that this was ...