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Notes on Contributors

Notes on Contributors LUKE GIBBONS is Professor of Irish Literary and Cultural Studies at the School of English, Drama, and Media Studies, National University of Ireland, Maynooth. His publications include, Gaelic Gothic: Race, Colonialism, and Irish Culture (Dublin: Arlen House, 2004), Edmund Burke and Ireland: Aesthetics, Politics, and The Colonial Sublime (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003), The Quiet Man (Cork: Cork University Press, 2002), Transformations in Irish Culture (Cork: Cork University Press in association with Field Day, 1996) and (with Kevin Rocket and John Hill), Cinema and Ireland (London: Routledge, 1988). He is currently preparing Joyce’s Ghosts: Ireland, Modernity and Colonial Memory for publication. FINTAN CULLEN is Professor of Art History at the University of Nottingham. His essay in this issue of the Dublin James Joyce Journal forms part of his research for a forthcoming volume, provisionally titled Ireland on Show: Art, Union, and Nationhood in the Nineteenth Century. His previous books include a co-authored (with R.F. Foster) exhibition catalogue, Conquering England: Ireland in Victorian Britain (London: National Portrait Gallery, 2005), The Irish Face: Redefining the Irish Portrait (London: National Portrait Gallery, 2004), and Visual Politics: The Representation of Ireland, 1750–1930 (Cork: Cork University Press, 1997). AUSTIN BRIGGS retired in 2008 as http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Dublin James Joyce Journal James Joyce Research Center @ University College Dublin

Notes on Contributors

Dublin James Joyce Journal , Volume 2 – Mar 2, 2012

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2009-4507

Abstract

LUKE GIBBONS is Professor of Irish Literary and Cultural Studies at the School of English, Drama, and Media Studies, National University of Ireland, Maynooth. His publications include, Gaelic Gothic: Race, Colonialism, and Irish Culture (Dublin: Arlen House, 2004), Edmund Burke and Ireland: Aesthetics, Politics, and The Colonial Sublime (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003), The Quiet Man (Cork: Cork University Press, 2002), Transformations in Irish Culture (Cork: Cork University Press in association with Field Day, 1996) and (with Kevin Rocket and John Hill), Cinema and Ireland (London: Routledge, 1988). He is currently preparing Joyce’s Ghosts: Ireland, Modernity and Colonial Memory for publication. FINTAN CULLEN is Professor of Art History at the University of Nottingham. His essay in this issue of the Dublin James Joyce Journal forms part of his research for a forthcoming volume, provisionally titled Ireland on Show: Art, Union, and Nationhood in the Nineteenth Century. His previous books include a co-authored (with R.F. Foster) exhibition catalogue, Conquering England: Ireland in Victorian Britain (London: National Portrait Gallery, 2005), The Irish Face: Redefining the Irish Portrait (London: National Portrait Gallery, 2004), and Visual Politics: The Representation of Ireland, 1750–1930 (Cork: Cork University Press, 1997). AUSTIN BRIGGS retired in 2008 as

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