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GENERAL INFORMATION

EDITORS

  • Ann Buckley
    School of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies, Trinity College Dublin
  • Carrie Griffin
    University College Cork
  • Juliet O’Brien
    Centre for Medieval & Renaissance Studies, Trinity College Dublin / Department of French, Hispanic & Italian Studies, University of British Columbia
  • Emer Purcell
    School of History
    University College Cork

EDITOR (REVIEWS)

Ann Buckley
School of Languages, Literatures and Cultural Studies, Trinity College Dublin

INTERNATIONAL ADVISORY BOARD

Susan Boynton, Columbia University
Damian Bracken, University College Cork
Michael Dunne, NUI Maynooth
Marie Therese Flanagan, Queen’s University Belfast
Phyllis Gaffney, University College Dublin
Anthony Harvey, Royal Irish Academy
Poul Holm, Trinity College Dublin
Colum Hourihane, Princeton University
Dan McCarthy, Trinity College Dublin
David Mackenzie, University College Cork
Eiléan Ní Chuilleanáin, Trinity College Dublin
Cormac Ó Cuilleanáin, Trinity College Dublin
Elisabeth Okasha, University College Cork
John Thompson, Queen’s University Belfast

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