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  • Performing trauma in post-conflict Northern Ireland: ethics,
           representation and the witnessing body

    • Authors: Alexander Coupe
      Abstract: This article evaluates the role of the body in the performance and reception of trauma testimony in post-conflict Northern Ireland. It explores how the body is exploited in public performances of nationalism and unionism, marginalised in psychoanalytic discourses around memory work, and rendered invisible within state-sponsored reconciliation processes. By contrast, the body is central to representations of truth recovery and remembrance in fictional theatre, and in the performed testimonies of applied theatre. Analysing three recent productions, this paper argues that the strategic use of the body as a site of witness facilitates an ethical form of empathy that respects the alterity of trauma.
      PubDate: 2017-06-22
       
  • Embodying the Trauma of the Somme as an Ulster Protestant Veteran in
           Christina Reid’s My Name, Shall I Tell You My Name'

    • Authors: Andréa Caloiaro
      Abstract: Christina Reid’s radio play My Name, Shall I Tell You My Name' (1987) confronts the crisis of identity that the Somme offensive effectuated for First World War veterans in the North of Ireland. Interrogating the Somme as part of Northern Ireland’s state-level political teleology, My Name exposes the hegemonic pressure that this claim put on veterans to be received as ideal embodiments of a too narrowly defined Northern Irish identity – the martial, male Protestant unionist. Reid’s play depicts the longstanding ethno-national and gendered exclusions predicated by Northern Ireland’s processing of the trauma of the Somme.
      PubDate: 2017-06-22
       
  • Making a Scene: The Diceman’s Queer Performance Activism and Irish
           Public Culture

    • Authors: Tina O’Toole
      Abstract: This essay explores two key interventions in the twentieth-century urban history of Irish LGBTQ+ protest. Over the past five decades, there has been a transformation in attitudes to / representations of sexual identities in Ireland. Ever since 1983, when a broad-based protest march moved through Dublin in response to the gaybashing and murder of Declan Flynn in Fairview Park, street demonstrations, guerrilla theatre, and public performance have been used by Irish queer activists to protest the pathologising of sexualities and impact of biopower on all of our lives. Focusing on the street theatre of “The Diceman” [Thom McGinty], this essay captures the public staging of Irish queer resistance in 1980s/90s Dublin. Drawing on Judith Butler’s theory of performance activism (and its roots in Hannah Arendt’s work), it explores the The Diceman’s key role in creating a public identity for Irish LBGTQ+ people in the period before the decriminalization of (male) homosexuality in 1993. Extendi...
      PubDate: 2017-06-22
       
  • “Bubbles of joy”: Moments of Pleasure in recent Northern Irish
           Culture

    • Authors: Caroline Magennis
      Abstract: This essay considers the representation of pleasure in three “post”-conflict Northern Irish texts: Glenn Patterson’s novel The Rest Just Follows (2014), Billy Cowan’s play Still Ill (2014) and Lucy Caldwell’s short story collection Multitudes (2016). A framework is offered that advocates a turning away from the dominance of trauma theory in Northern Irish cultural criticism towards a recognition of the plurality of experiences which these texts represent. This essay uses theoretical insights from Lauren Berlant, Heather Love, Laura Frost and Eve Kosofsky Sedgwick to consider the unique affective topography in which Northern Irish writers represent their pleasures. In these texts, published in the last few years, we see the representation of queer and non-reproductive sexual encounters set against the backdrop of the social and political policing of morality in Northern Ireland. This essay, however, will argue that these texts are not simple metonyms but rather present complex sensua...
      PubDate: 2017-06-22
       
  • “We’re Only Monsters”: Punk Bodies and the Grotesque in
           1970s Northern Ireland

    • Authors: Timothy A. Heron
      Abstract: Throughout the late 1970s and early 1980s, at a time when cross-community contact was relatively uncommon in Northern Ireland, the punk subculture attracted both young Catholics and Protestants who temporarily set aside their political, religious and class differences. These young people signalled their participation in the subculture by adopting a dress style which, at the time, was considered shocking. Indeed, punk bodies were interpreted by observers and constructed by punks themselves in terms that evoked the grotesque, the abject and the monstrous. Such bodies were also a common feature in punk iconography and appeared in punk rock songs. In this paper I aim to show how Northern Irish punks, by displaying and celebrating these bodily characteristics in a society where they were generally used to identify and describe the “other” in a sectarian framework, threatened to disturb order and encouraged or at least enabled the transgression of gender and sectarian boundaries.
      PubDate: 2017-06-22
       
  • Ciaran Carson and the Theory of Relativity

    • Authors: Julia C. Obert
      Abstract: Ciaran Carson’s poetry collection Until Before After (2010), written while Carson’s wife Deirdre was seriously ill, turns and returns to sickness and the spectre of death. However, it finds some relief from anxiety and grief in the interweaving of poetry and theoretical physics – specifically, in Einstein’s theory of general relativity. Both space and time, the volume contends, are observer-dependent; we do not exist on a linear continuum, and so life and after-life are actually simultaneous. As one contemplates being-towards-death, Carson indicates, these insights can be surprisingly therapeutic. Additionally, traditional music provides the basis for a new, non-Euclidean worldview in Until Before After. As Carson’s work on traditional music suggests, the genre can evade conventional measures of time. For instance, sometimes “a good musician can produce a pulse against the ostensible rhyt...
      PubDate: 2017-06-22
       
  • De-composing the Gothic Body in Maria Edgeworth’s Castle Rackrent

    • Authors: Nancy Marck Cantwell
      Abstract: This article argues that the corpse seizure in Maria Edgeworth’s Castle Rackrent epitomizes the fragmentation of Irish cultural identity, employing Julia Kristeva’s theory of abjection to reveal the gothic body as a site of indeterminacy. Narrative inconsistencies, or dislocutions, “de-compose” the text, registering both a distinctively gothic horror of loss and an obsessive need to record the abject state of the colonized. The dislocution of traumatic events signals a dissolving cultural distinctiveness that destabilizes time and meaning itself.
      PubDate: 2017-06-22
       
  • “Away, come away”: Moving Dead Women and Irish Emigration in W. B.
           Yeats’s Early Poetry

    • Authors: Hannah Simpson
      Abstract: Emigration and Ireland are closely entwined in cultural consciousness, yet little scholarly work addresses Irish emigration in W. B. Yeats’s poetry. I use the lens of Irish emigration to tackle another under-discussed phenomenon in Yeats’s early poetry: the physically moving, dead, female body. In the latter half of the nineteenth century, young unmarried women were emigrating from Ireland in historically unprecedented numbers, and this high emigration rate of Irish women parallels the recurrence of moving dead or supernatural women in Yeats’s pre-1900 poetry.
      PubDate: 2017-06-22
       
  • An Uncanny Myth of Ireland: The Spectralisation of Cuchulain’s Body in
           W. B. Yeats’s Plays

    • Authors: Zsuzsanna Balázs
      Abstract: This paper addresses William Butler Yeats’s dramatisation of his life-long interest in the invisible realm and an ideal Irish aristocracy in his five Cuchulain plays. I wish to illustrate how Yeats expresses his increasing ambiguities over the cultural and political capacities of the Anglo-Irish Protestant Ascendancy through the changes of the Irish warrior-hero Cuchulain’s body and the growing predominance and influence of the spectral world on his bodily integrity. Even though Cuchulain is generally referred to as the embodiment of Irish national identity and the ideal aristocrat in Yeats’s works, I would like to point out those aspects of his Cuchulain-story, where this idealised narrative of Ireland and the Ascendancy seems to be challenged.
      PubDate: 2017-06-22
       
  • Intimations of Mortality: Stewart Parker’s Hopdance

    • Authors: Marilynn Richtarik
      Abstract: Northern Irish playwright Stewart Parker (1941-1988) as well as wrote poetry and experimental prose. His autobiographical novel Hopdance, which deals with the amputation of his left leg when he was nineteen years old, has been edited by his biographer Marilynn Richtarik and will be made available in 2017 by The Lilliput Press. This essay, introduces and analyzes Hopdance, a previously unpublished work that sheds considerable light on Parker’s preoccupations as a writer.
      PubDate: 2017-06-22
       
 
 
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