IJASonline 2 (June 2010)

Michael C. Coleman
Counterfactuals I’d Rather Not Contemplate:
What if the Government Schooling Campaigns (1820s-1920s)
to Americanize the Indians and to Anglicize the Irish Had Never Taken Place?

Cecilia Donohue
Crooning, Catering, and Changing Careers:
Anne Tyler’s and Don Cherry’s Bands (and Bonds) of Gold

Hannah Durkin
"Tap Dancing on the Racial Boundary":
Racial Representation and Artistic Experimentation
in Bill “Bojangles” Robinson’s Stormy Weather Performance

Gillian Groszewski
"[R]epeat, repeat, repeat; revise, revise, revise": Robert Lowell’s Elegiac Poetry

Adam Kelly
David Foster Wallace: the Death of the Author and the Birth of a Discipline

Melanie Otto
"Tierra entre medio": Borderlands of Knowledge in the Art of Frida Kahlo

Margaret Robson
Rubbish: Don DeLillo’s Wastelands

Peter Rooney
"I Wish I had Some Indian Blood":
Ernest Hemingway’s Primitivism and the Ojibwa Pimadaziwin Paradigm

Alex Runchman
Delmore Schwartz’s Genesis and "international consciousness"

Louise Walsh
Tributes to Emory Elliott (1942-2009)


IJASonline 1 (June 2009)


Johannah Duffy
Jazz, Identity and Sexuality in Ireland during the Interwar Years


Brian Hanley
Irish Republicans in Interwar New York


Áine Kelly
“This is said on tiptoe”: Stanley Cavell and the Writing of Philosophy


Victoria Kennefick
“Why Don’t You Write About America?”
Frank O'Connor's Representations of Relations between Ireland and America


Aoileann Ní Éigeartaigh
Invented Irishness: The Americanization of Irish Identity in the Work of Joseph O’Connor


Peggy O'Brien
“If there is such a literature”:
Thoughts on Teaching American Literature in Ireland / Irish Literature in America


Nathanael O'Reilly
Imagined America: Walt Whitman’s Nationalism in the First Edition of Leaves of Grass


Tara Stubbs
“Irish by descent”? Marianne Moore’s American-Irish Inheritance