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Subject: Drama

Number of items at this level: 12.


McNulty , Eugene (2011) Before the Law(s): Wole Soyinka’s Death and the King’s Horseman and the passages of bare life. Postcolonial Text, 6 (3). pp. 1-14. ISSN 1705-9100

McNulty, Eugene (2010) Breaking the law: Patrick Pearse, cultural revival, and the site of sovereignty. Journal of Postcolonial Writing, 46 (5). 479-490. ISSN 1744-9855

Sheehan, Helena (2010) Book review: Sue Vice, Jack Rosenthal. Manchester and New York: Manchester University Press, 2009. European Journal of Communication, 25 (1). pp. 91-93. ISSN 1460-3705

McNulty, Eugene (2007) Revival’s limit, or a post-revival space? Gerald MacNamara’s “Christmas Laughter”. Irish Studies Review, 15 (2). pp. 219-232. ISSN 0967-0882

Sheehan, Helena (2006) Review: Popular television drama: critical perspectives. European Journal of Communication, 21 (2). pp. 263-265. ISSN 1460-3705

Sheehan, Helena (1991) Writing and the zeitgeist. Irish University Review, 21 (2). pp. 295-306. ISSN 0021-1427


Sheehan, Helena (2004) Irish television drama: a society and its stories. Broadcasting and Irish Society . Radio Telefís Éireann, Dublin . ISBN 0860290115

Sheehan, Helena (2004) The continuing story of Irish television drama: tracking the tiger. Broadcasting and Irish Society . Four Courts Press, Dublin. ISBN 1-85182-688-2

Conference or Workshop Item

Sheehan, Helena (1993) Soap opera and social order: Glenroe, Fair City and contemporary Ireland. In: Imagining Ireland, 30-31 October 1993, Irish Film Centre, Dublin, Ireland.

Sheehan, Helena (1988) Images of the 60s in the 80s: memories of social unrest in US tv series. In: International Television Studies Conference, 20-22 July 1988, Institute of Education, London, UK.


Murphy, Denis (2017) A labour history of Irish film and television drama production 1958 - 2016. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

Sweeney, Sheamus (2013) "From Here to the Rest of the World": Crime, class and labour in David Simon's Baltimore. PhD thesis, Dublin City University.

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