Current Issue

Issues of the Irish Migration Studies in Latin America are free and available to the public. Archives of all previous issues of the journal are available here.

The current issue’s theme is “Irish Migration Studies in Latin America”

Click here to download the title pages.  Click here to download the entire issue, Vol. 9 No. 2
For individual articles from the current issue, choose from the authors listed below:

Kate Spanos, “Locating Montserrat Between the Black and Green

Julio D. Rojas Rodriguez, “La conquista del espacio atlántico sobre hombros negros: la familia O’Farrill y el comercio de esclavos (1716-1866). Conquering the Atlantic space upon black shoulders: the O’Farrill family and the slave trade (1716-1866)

Maria Eugenia Cruset, “Política y migración: los irlandeses en Argentina durante los siglos XVIII y XIX. Politics and migration: the Irish in Argentina during the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries

Book Reviews

Edward Walsh, Review of Gabriela McEvoy, La experiencia invisible. Inmigrantes irlandeses en el Perú.

Julián Andrés Lázaro, Review of Sarah O´Brien’s Linguistic Diasporas, Narrative and Performance. The Irish in Argentina

Mónica Ayuso, Review of Mary Gordon’s There the Heart Lies

Carol Dell’ Amico, Review of Estudios Irlandeses. Special Issue 13.2. Gender Issues in Contemporary Irish Literature (2018), edited by Melania Terrazas

Eileen Ford, Review of Stephen D. Allen’s A History of Boxing in Mexico: Masculinity, Modernity, and Nationalism

 

The previous issue’s theme is “Conscience as Compass: Creative Encounters between Ireland and Latin America

Click here to download the title pages.  Click here to download the entire issue, Vol. 9 No. 1
For individual articles from the current issue, choose from the authors listed below:

Caoilfhionn Ní Bheacháin and Angus Mitchell, Guest Editors’ Introduction “Conscience as Compass: Creative Encounters between Ireland and Latin America

Deirdre Brady, ‘The Road to Cuzco: An Irish woman writer’s journey to the ‘navel of the world
David Lilburn, ‘Putumayo
Lorna Shaughnessy, ‘Migrating Myths:From Greece to Nicaragua, Mexico and Ireland
Ronan Sheehan, ‘A Blackthorn Stick for Borges: Reflections on The Crane Bag, Special Issue on Ireland and Latin America (1982)

Kathryn Laing, “Only Connect”: Irish Women’s Voices, Latin America & the Irish Women’s Writing Network

President Michael D Higgins, “When the gaze must not be averted: The testament for humanity in the universality of Roger Casement’s humanitarian vision
Book Reviews

Juan José Delaney, Review of The Irish Abolitionist. Richard Madden and the Subversion of Empire, Translated and Edited by Mícheál Ó hAodha

David Barnwell, Review of Timothy Fanning’s Paisanos: The Forgotten Irish Who Changed the Face of Latin America

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