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About the series

Founded in 1981, the Irish studies series was the first of its kind in North America and is a leader in the field. In addition to explorations of canonical writers such as W. B. Yeats and James Joyce, Syracuse University Press’s Irish line invites texts that expand, question, and reform canonical disciplinary boundaries in meaningful, historicized, and inclusive ways. We thus actively seek to publish cutting-edge work reflecting a contemporary and intersectional understanding of twenty-first century Ireland, as well as studies that interrogate and/or remedy literary and historical omissions and exclusions. We welcome submissions in literary studies, history, the performing arts, Irish America, and gender, sexuality, and women’s studies, among other fields. The Press is proud to be the exclusive distributor of the prestigious Irish publisher, Arlen House.

For more information, email series editor Kathleen Costello-Sullivan sullivkp@lemoyne.edu or acquisitions editor Deborah Manion dmmanion@syr.edu.

Featured titles . . .

Poetry, Politics, and the Law in Modern Ireland
Adam Hanna

Broken Irelands
Literary Form in Post-Crash Irish Fiction
Mary M. McGlynn

Unaccompanied Traveler
The Writings of Kathleen M. Murphy
Edited by Patrick Bixby

Stepping through Origins
Nature, Home, and Landscape in Irish Literature
Jefferson Holdridge

The Rogue Narrative and Irish Fiction, 1660-1790
Joe Lines

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