New Hibernia Review
The Journal of the Center for Irish Studies
David M. Gardiner, Editor
The New Hibernia Review is a multidisciplinary journal of Irish Studies that presents plainly argued scholarship on all aspects of Irish civilization. It seeks to address a wide readership as it examines, without political agenda, the cultures of the whole of Ireland. In addition to fully annotated articles, it presents new Irish poetry and book reviews, as well as occasional memoirs and informal essays. The journal is published quarterly by the Center for Irish Studies at the University of St. Thomas, Minnesota.
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· ISSN 1092-3977 (print) · Quarterly · Payment options and order information ·
· ISSN 1534-5815 (online) · Access for individuals includes Vol.1 (1997) to present ·
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