#How To Be Irish PDF

Download full How To Be Irish Book or read online anytime anywhere, Available in PDF, ePub and Kindle. Click Get Books and find your favorite books in the online library. Create free account to access unlimited books, fast download and ads free! We cannot guarantee that book is in the library. READ as many books as you like (Personal use).

How to Be Irish

by David Slattery
Publisher: Orpen Press
Release Date: 2011-10-31
Genre: Social Science
Pages: 176 pages
ISBN 13: 0877882487
ISBN 10: 9780877882480
Format: PDF, ePUB, MOBI, Audiobooks, Kindle

GET EBOOK

Synopsis : How to Be Irish written by David Slattery, published by Orpen Press which was released on 2011-10-31. Download How to Be Irish Books now! Available in PDF, EPUB, Mobi Format. were planning their prom night, we were sitting at home in the candlelight crying over a translation from the Irish that made as little sense as the original. For those of you who are privileged not to know, Peig is an ethnographic ... -- From the quintessential Irish Mammy to love for all things GAA, the Irish have a particularities – and peculiarities – that make us different from our neighbours. Social anthropologist David Slattery takes us through the rules of being Irish with deadpan humour, from how to approach an Irish wedding or funeral to the Irish attitude to health, business, politics, death, Christmas and being cool. For his research, David canvassed undercover for a major political party during the recent election campaign, attended opportune weddings and funerals, and interviewed doctors, psychiatrists, and a bunch of builders: "I have begged, spied, knocked down my house, got a job, dressed in drag and drank in many pubs – all in the interest of science." A unique popular anthropology book about being Irish, not only will this book prove instructive to the tourist or foreigner who wants to blend in without a fuss, but the Irish will find it interesting as a mirror to how we are.

RELATED BOOKS
How to Be Irish
Language: en
Pages: 233
Authors: David Slattery
Categories: Social Science
Type: BOOK - Published: 2011-10-31 - Publisher: Orpen Press

From the quintessential Irish Mammy to love for all things GAA, the Irish have a particularities – and peculiarities – that make us different from our neighbours. Social anthropologist David Slattery takes us through the rules of being Irish with deadpan humour, from how to approach an Irish wedding or funeral to the Irish attitude to health, business, politics, death, Christmas and being cool. For his research, David canvassed undercover for a major political party during the recent election campaign, attended opportune weddings and funerals, and interviewed doctors, psychiatrists, and a bunch of builders: "I have begged, spied, knocked down my house, got a job, dressed in drag and drank in many pubs – all in the interest of science." A unique popular anthropology book about being Irish, not only will this book prove instructive to the tourist or foreigner who wants to blend in without a fuss, but the Irish will find it interesting as a mirror to how we are.
Learning to Be Irish
Language: en
Pages:
Authors: Emjae Edwards
Categories: Fiction
Type: BOOK - Published: 2010-02-28 - Publisher: Boss Bean

Daire's grandfather left her more than a house in Ireland. He left her a passport to her heritage, how to make happiness with harp strings and a pocketful of emeralds. He might have also left her the one man who could teach her what it meant to be Irish.
365 Reasons to be Proud to be Irish
Language: en
Pages: 304
Authors: Richard Happer
Categories: Reference
Type: BOOK - Published: 2016-03-14 - Publisher: Portico

365 Reasons To Be Proud To Be Irish is a year-long scenic route of jolliness taking in the quirky events, inventions, traditions, people, places and characters that make Ireland a country worth celebrating every day of the year. Within this humorously illustrated and entertaining book you'll find a historical year's worth of the discoveries, delights and derring-do that make Ireland a place to love and cherish, a place of wonder and a country that attracts 6 million people through its doors each year. From the beautiful streets of Dublin s city centre to the craggy scrapes of Galway; from the magical myths of Dearg Due (the Irish vampire!) to the legendary pint-pullers at Guinness; from scientists Francis Beaufort to ejection-seat inventor James Martin (plus many more!), Ireland is outstanding in every way, every single day of the year.
An Anthropology of the Irish in Belgium
Language: en
Pages: 209
Authors: Sean O’ Dubhghaill
Categories: Social Science
Type: BOOK - Published: 2019-07-22 - Publisher: Springer

The first anthropological account of the Irish diaspora in Europe in the 21st century, this book provides a culture-centric examination of the Irish diaspora. Focusing less on an abstract or technical definition of Irish self-identification, the author allows members of this group to speak through vignettes and interview excerpts, providing an anthropological lens that allows the reader to enter a frame of self-reference. This book therefore provides architecture to understand how diasporic communities might understand their own identities in a new way and how they might reconsider the role played by mobility in changing expressions of identity. Providing firsthand, experiential and narrative insight into the Irish diaspora in Europe, this volume promises to contribute an anthropological perspective to historical accounts of the Irish overseas, theoretical works in Irish studies, and sociological examinations of Irish identity and diaspora.
Essays in Honour of Boris Berić’s Sixty-Fifth Birthday
Language: en
Pages: 401
Authors: Gabrijela Buljan, Ljubica Matek, Biljana Oklopčić, Jasna Poljak Rehlicki, Sanja Runtić, Jadranka Zlomislić
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines
Type: BOOK - Published: 2020-07-29 - Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

Written as a Festschrift honouring a beloved professor, colleague, and friend, this volume comprises a collection of essays offering a wide array of contemporary approaches to literature, linguistics, and applied linguistics. It covers a variety of topics, ranging from medieval to contemporary literature and language, and explores genres as diverse as fantasy, dystopia, drama, poetry, and film, addressing issues such as post- and transhumanism, age, gender, identity, family, metonymy, and narrative discourse. The diversity of themes and methodologies here makes the collection a widely applicable resource in the academic discussion of literature, language, and culture, both as a significant contribution to different philological fields and a useful educational tool for anyone teaching or studying English, Anglophone literature, British, American, and German studies, English as a Second Language, linguistics, cognitive linguistics, and applied linguistics, or conducting research in these fields.
Linguæ & - Rivista di Lingue e Culture Moderne - 1/2011
Language: en
Pages:
Authors: AA.VV.
Categories: Language Arts & Disciplines
Type: BOOK - Published: - Publisher: LED Edizioni Universitarie

Linguæ & is a peer-reviewed journal which provides a new outlet for interdisciplinary research on language and literature, giving voice to a cross-cultural and multi-genre koine. While the idea for the journal was developed in the ambit of the post-graduate programme in European Intercultural Studies at the University of Urbino, Italy, its scope goes far beyond that of exploring pre-established cultural paradigms. Indeed, its strongly experimental and dialogic approach to the ongoing debate should serve as encouragement for the submission of new work by young researchers.
The Disappointed Bridge
Language: en
Pages: 615
Authors: Richard Pine
Categories: Performing Arts
Type: BOOK - Published: 2014-06-02 - Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing

This original study is the first major critical appraisal of Ireland’s post-colonial experience in relation to that of other emergent nations. The parallels between Ireland, India, Latin America, Africa and Europe establish bridges in literary and musical contexts which offer a unique insight into independence and freedom, and the ways in which they are articulated by emergent nations. They explore the master-servant relationship, the functions of narrative, and the concepts of nationalism, map-making, exile, schizophrenia, hybridity, magical realism and disillusion. The author offers many incisive answers to the question: What happens to an emerging nation after it has emerged?
The Construction of Irish Identity in American Literature
Language: en
Pages: 234
Authors: Christopher Dowd
Categories: Literary Criticism
Type: BOOK - Published: 2010-09-13 - Publisher: Routledge

This book examines the development of literary constructions of Irish-American identity from the mid-nineteenth century arrival of the Famine generation through the Great Depression. It goes beyond an analysis of negative Irish stereotypes and shows how Irish characters became the site of intense cultural debate regarding American identity, with some writers imagining Irishness to be the antithesis of Americanness, but others suggesting Irishness to be a path to Americanization. This study emphasizes the importance of considering how a sense of Irishness was imagined by both Irish-American writers conscious of the process of self-definition as well as non-Irish writers responsive to shifting cultural concerns regarding ethnic others. It analyzes specific iconic Irish-American characters including Mark Twain’s Huck Finn and Margaret Mitchell’s Scarlet O’Hara, as well as lesser-known Irish monsters who lurked in the American imagination such as T.S. Eliot’s Sweeney and Frank Norris’ McTeague. As Dowd argues, in contemporary American society, Irishness has been largely absorbed into a homogenous white culture, and as a result, it has become a largely invisible ethnicity to many modern literary critics. Too often, they simply do not see Irishness or do not think it relevant, and as a result, many Irish-American characters have been de-ethnicized in the critical literature of the past century. This volume reestablishes the importance of Irish ethnicity to many characters that have come to be misread as generically white and shows how Irishness is integral to their stories.
Truth
Language: en
Pages:
Authors: Christopher Dowd
Categories: Literary Criticism
Type: BOOK - Published: 1885 - Publisher:

Books about Truth
Buffoonery in Irish Drama
Language: en
Pages: 191
Authors: Kathleen Heininge
Categories: Performing Arts
Type: BOOK - Published: 2009 - Publisher: Peter Lang

Generations of Irish playwrights have tried to assert the reputation of the stage Irish figure as other than comic, but each effort was in its turn assailed as buffoonery. Using post-colonial and performative theory, Buffoonery in Irish Drama demonstrates the ways the Irish struggled to create a sense of identity in a colonial structure, and it explores the distortion and appropriation of that new identity that elicit further calls to eradicate negative stereotypes. Demonstrating the pervasiveness of the reclamation efforts, Buffoonery in Irish Drama covers a wide range of well-known and obscure plays to show the trajectory of twentieth-century drama that brings us into a globalized twenty-first-century Ireland.
How To Be Irish
Language: de
Pages: 320
Authors: David Slattery
Categories: Performing Arts
Type: BOOK - Published: 2015-06-15 - Publisher:

Books about How To Be Irish
Irish Women Writers
Language: en
Pages: 348
Authors: Alexander G. Gonzalez
Categories: Literary Criticism
Type: BOOK - Published: 2006 - Publisher: Greenwood Publishing Group

Surveys the lives and works of roughly 75 Irish women writers active in a range of genres and periods.