TITLE

Irish Diaspora, Cultural Activism and Print Media in Transatlantic Contexts between Ireland and North America c. 1857-1887

AUTHOR(S)
Lyons, Fiona
PUB. DATE
January 2019
SOURCE
Studi Irlandesi;2019, Issue 9, p229
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
This paper examines ideas, concepts, and theories, in relation to the revival of the Irish language as a transatlantic venture c.1857-1887 focusing on print media and cultural organisations in the United States. The study of these forums in the context of the Irish language revival allows us to assess theories and methodologies relating to the media's role in a transatlantic context. It demonstrates the transcending of the Irish language across transnational borders, the creation of debate and discussion in a hybrid community public sphere, and the role print media, and media events, played in constructing this transatlantic and transnational community, highlighting that movements in the US and Ireland influenced one another in the context of ideology, methodology and organisation.
ACCESSION #
137563947

 

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