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Jacqueline Genet
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Sylvie Mikowski
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Fabienne Garcier

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Études spécifiques

Maisons d’édition

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Transmission et circulation des idées

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Freeman Philip, Ireland and the Classical World, Austin, University of Texas Press, 2001.

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Gill Eric, An Essay on Typography, Aldershot, Lund Humphries, 2001.

Herron Tom, « Encountering Ourselves. The Field Day Anthology as Communicative space/ act or, Into the Inter. the Heterographia of the Field Day Anthology », in Alan Marshall, Neil Sammels (éd.), Irish Encounters, Poesy, Politics and Prose since 1880, Bath, Sulis Press, 1998, p. 180-189.

Higgins Roisin, « Review Essay : “A Drift of Chosen Females ?” The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing, vol. IV & V », Irish University Review, vol. 33, n° 2, Autumn-Winter 2003, p. 400-406.

Johnston Elva, « Review Essay : The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing, vol. IV & V and the Invention of Medieval Women », Irish University Review, vol. 33, n° 2, Autumn-Winter 2003, p. 392-399.

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Kelleher Margaret, « The Field Day Anthology and Irish Women’s Studies », The Irish Review, n° 30, Spring-Summer 2003, p. 82-94.

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Périodiques

Ballin Malcolm, « Audiences for Periodicals in Postcolonial Ireland », in Mireia Aragay, Jacqueline A. Hurtley (éd.), Barcelona English Language and Literature Studies : IASIL’99Barcelona, Barcelone, Promociones y Publicaciones Universitarias Co., 2000, p. 17-24.

Ballin Malcolm, « The Editorial Practice of Sean O’Faolain », in Donatella Abbate Badin et al. (éd.), Sean O’Faolain. A Centenary Celebration (actes du colloque de Turin, université de Turin, 7-9 avril 2000), Turin, Trauben, 2001, p. 47-58.

Beetham Margaret, « Towards a Theory of the Periodical as a Publishing Genre », in Laurel Brake, Aled Jones, Lionel Madden (éd.), Investigating Victorian Journalism, Basingstoke, Macmillan, 1990, p. 19-32.

Brake Laurel, Subjugated Knowledges. Journalism, Gender and Literature in the Nineteenth Century, Londres, Macmillan, 1994.

Brake Laurel, Jones Aled, Madden Lionel (éd.), Investigating Victorian Journalism, Basingstoke, Macmillan, 1990.

Clyde Tom, Irish Literary Magazines. An Outline History and Descriptive Bibliography, Dublin, Irish Academic Press, 2003.

Gortschacher Wolfgang, Little Magazine Profiles. The Little Magazine in Great Britain, 1939-1993, Salzbourg, Salzburg University Press, 1993.

Graham Walter James, English Literary Periodicals [1930], New York, Octagon Books, 1966.

Hall Wayne E., Dialogues in the Margin. A Study of the Dublin University Magazine, Gerrards Cross, Colin Smythe, 2000.

Hayley Barbara, McKay Enda (éd.), Three Hundred Years of Irish Periodicals, Mullingar, Lilliput Press, 1987.

Houghton Walter Edwards (éd.), The Wellesley Index to Victorian Periodicals, Toronto, Toronto University Press, 1966-1989, 5 vol.

James Louis, « The Trouble with Betsy. Periodicals and the Common Reader in Mid-Nineteenth Century England », in Joanne Shattock, Michael Woolf (éd.), The Victorian Periodical Press. Samplings and Soundings, Londres – Toronto, Leicester University Press – University of Toronto Press, 1982, p. 349-366.

Kain Richard M., « Irish Periodical Production. An Untilled Field », Éire-Ireland. A Journal of Irish Studies, VII, 3, 1972, p. 93-99.

Kearney Richard, Transitions. Narratives in Modern Irish Culture, Manchester, Manchester University Press, 1988.

Legg Marie-Louise, Newspapers and Nationalism. The Irish Provincial Press, 1850-1892, Dublin, Four Courts Press, 1999.

Mac Lochlainn Alf, « “Those Young Men…” : The National Library of Ireland and the cultural revolution », in Writers, Raconteurs and Notable Feminists, Dublin, National Library of Ireland Society, 1993, p. 5-33.

Madden Richard Robert, The History of Irish Periodical Literature from the End of the Seventeenth to the Middle of the Nineteenth Century, Londres, T.C. Newby, 1867, 2 vol.

Mayo Robert Donald, The English Novel in the Magazines, 1740-1815, Evanston – Londres, Northwestern University Press – Oxford University Press, 1962.

McCormack William John, « Sheridan Le Fanu and the Authorship of Anonymous Fiction in the Dublin University Magazine », Long Room, n° 14-15, Autumn 1976 – Spring-Summer 1977, p. 32-40.

North John S. (éd.), The Waterloo Directory of Irish Newspapers and Periodicals : 1800-1900, Waterloo, North Waterloo Academic Press, 1986, 2 vol.

North John S. (éd.), The Waterloo Directory of English Newspapers and Periodicals : 1800-1900, Waterloo, North Waterloo Academic Press, 1997, 10 vol.

Oliphant Margaret, Annals of a Publishing House : William Blackwood and his Sons. Their Magazine and Friends, Édimbourg – Londres, William Blackwood and Sons, 1897-1898, 2 vol.

O’Neill Patrick, « German Literature and the Dublin University Magazine, 1833-1850. A Check-list and Commentary », Long Room, n° 14-15, Autumn 1976 – Spring-Summer 1977, p. 20-31.

Patten Robert L., « Dickens as a Serial Author. A Case of Multiple Identities », in Laurel Brake et al. (éd.), Nineteenth-Century Media and the Construction of Identity, Basingstoke, Pal-grave, 2000, p. 137-153.

Power John, A List of Irish Periodical Publications (Chiefly Literary) from 1729 to the Present Time, rééd. de « Notes and Queries », The Irish Literary Inquirer, IV, March-April 1866, Londres, édition privée, 2000.

Shattock Joanne, Woolf Michael (éd.), The Victorian Press. Samplings and Soundings, Londres – Toronto, Leicester University Press – University of Toronto Press, 1982.

Shovlin Frank, The Irish Literary Periodical, 1923-1958, Oxford, Clarendon Press, 2003.

Sullivan Alvin (éd.), British Literary Magazines, Westport – Londres, Greenwood Press, 19831986, 4 vol.

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