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Canadian Journal of Irish Studies

The Canadian Journal of Irish Studies (CJIS) is the official scholarly publication of the Canadian Association for Irish Studies. Founded in 1974, it has been edited at the University of British Columbia, the University of Saskatchewan, Memorial University, Concordia University, and now at the University of Alberta. As the journal of record for Irish Studies in Canada, The Canadian Journal of Irish Studies / Revue canadienne d'études irlandaises seeks to publish important new work that deals with any aspect of the life of Ireland, and takes a particular interest in work that has a Canadian dimension. Publishing cutting-edge scholarly research is a top priority, but we also take very seriously the need to review all new books relevant to Irish Studies, and to publish writing that would be of general interest. CJIS/RCÉI seeks to be true to the traditions of Irish Studies, which has always been interdisciplinary in organisation and focussed on as wide a readership as possible, including those students of Ireland who are outside of the academic community. Go to Index of Volumes 1-24.


Issue Covers (and a sample issue):

Canadian Journal of Irish Studies - Vol 29.2 -- Fall 2003
Vol 29.2 -- Fall 2003
Canadian Journal of Irish Studies - Vol 30.1 -- Spring 2004
Vol 30.1 -- Spring 2004
Canadian Journal of Irish Studies - Vol 30.2 -- Fall 2004
Vol 30.2 -- Fall 2004
Canadian Journal of Irish Studies - Vol 31.1 -- Spring 2005
Vol 31.1 -- Spring 2005
Canadian Journal of Irish Studies - Vol 31.2 -- Fall 2005
Vol 31.2 -- Fall 2005
 

   


Please address general enquiries about submissions and subscriptions to the current editor of CJIS: Jerry White, Film Studies, 347 Arts, University of Alberta, Edmonton, Alberta, T6G 2E6; e-mail: jerry.white@ualberta.ca.