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Irish Women Writers (Irish Studies)   Tags: ireland, irish_literature, irish_studies, irish_women, irish_women_writers, literature, women, womens_studies  

This guide points researchers to material that is valuable for research into Irish Women Writers.
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Faculty Spotlight

Marjorie Howes, Associate Professor of English at Boston College responds to interview questions about her recent publication, Colonial Crossings: Figures in Irish Literary History. 

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Irish Women's Writing: Unearthing Hidden Treasures

This guide highlights resources in the Boston College Libraries that are of value to anyone conducting research on Irish women writers, especially those women who wrote during the nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. The guide also points to sources outside of Boston College.

Boston College Libraries own many titles by and about Irish women writers from the time period mentioned above.  To retrieve the titles, go to Advanced Search in Holmes, change "Anywhere in record" to "Local Collection," and search for "Irish Women Writers, Nineteenth, Early Twentieth Century".

For questions or comments, contact Kathy Williams: williakj@bc.edu and Beth Sweeney: sweeneec@bc.edu.

Lesser Lights or Major Literary Influences?

Mary Tighe, Sydney Owenson, Somerville and Ross, and Lady Augusta Persse Gregory

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