Statement of responsibility: edited by Eamon Maher and Eugene O'Brien
ISBN: 0719091675, 0719091683, 1526101475, 1526101483, 9780719091674, 9780719091681, 9781526101471, 9781526101488
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Manchester Political Studies
Society and social sciences.; Economics, Finance, Business & Management Economics Political economy.; Ireland Economic conditions 1949-; Ireland Economic policy.; Political science and theory.
Electronic reproduction. Manchester, UK: Manchester University Press, 2015. Access may be restricted to users at subscribing institutions.
- Introduction / Eamon Maher and Eugene O'Brien
- 1. Crisis, what crisis? The Catholic Church during the Celtic Tiger / Eamon Maher
- 2. The Celtic Tiger and the new Irish religious market / Catherine Maignant
- 3. Shattered assumptions: a tale of two traumas / Brendan O'Brien
- 4.'Tendency 'Wit': the cultural unconscious of the Celtic Tiger in the writings of Paul Howard / Eugene O'Brien
- 5. Popular music and the Celtic Tiger / Gerry Smyth
- 6. 'What does a woman want?': Irish contemporary women';s fiction and the expression of desire in an era of plenty / Sylvie Mikowski
- 7. Topographies of terror: photography and the post-Celtic Tiger landscape / Justin Carville
- 8. Immigration and Celtic Tiger / Bryan Fanning
- 9. 'What Rough Beast'? Monsters of post-Celtic Tiger Ireland / Kieran Keohane and Carmen Kuhling
- 10. Women, fictional messages and a crucial decade / Mary Pierse
- 11. 'A hundred thousand welcomes': food and wine as cultural signifiers / Brian Murphy
- 12. Contemporary Irish fiction and the Indirect Gaze / Neil Murphy
- 13 'Holes in the Ground': theatre as critic and conscience of Celtic Tiger Ireland / Vic Merriman
- 14. 'Ship of Fools': The Celtic Tiger and poetry as social critique' EÌoin Flannery
- 15. Between modernity and marginality: Celtic Tiger cinema / Ruth Barton