Periodicals and journalism in twentieth-century Ireland 2

A variety of voices

Mark O'Brien & Felix M. Larkin, editors

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ISBN: 978-1-84682-862-1
December 2021. 320pp

Mirrors of a changing Ireland: The Bell’s series ‘The Fourth Estate’, 1944–5
Felix M. Larkin

The Leader, the Irish Press and the 1953–4 libel action over Professor T.D. Williams’ ‘A Study in Neutrality’: ‘the bloody borderland of contemporary history’
Michael Kennedy

‘Friendship of the intelligent few and hostility of the unimaginative many’: the business of publishing periodicals in Dublin, 1930–55 60
Sonya Perkins

Fortnight: a voice of reason and moderation in Northern Ireland’s ‘Troubles’
Andy Pollak

Inside stories and outsider opinions: The Phoenix
Joe Breen

Honesty and Publicity: two periodicals, one man’s war on cant in the Irish Free State
Anthony Keating

The Church of Ireland Gazette and the twentieth century: ‘a Church paper for Church people’?Ian d’Alton

Political capital: In Dublin, advocacy and opinion, 1976–83
Martina Madden

Writing from the margins: In Touch, Identity, Out and GCN
Mark O’Brien

Status: a feminist news magazine, 1981
Pat Brennan

‘The mouthpiece of the ordinary woman’: empowering women through the Irish Housewife magazine
Sonja Tiernan

Irish-produced women’s magazines in the 1950s and ’60s
Caitriona Clear

Comhar, a post-revival case study of Irish-language publishing: ‘inné, inniu agus amárach’ 
Regina Uí Chollatáin and Aoife Whelan

The Catholic Bulletin, 1911–39: battle of civilizations or long revolution?
Patrick Maume

Influencing the influential: Irish Jesuit periodicals
Declan O’Keeffe