Canadian Journal of Irish Studies

36-2 coverThe Canadian Journal of Irish Studies/ Revue canadienne d’études irlandaises (CJIS/RCÉI) is the official scholarly publication of the Canadian Association for Irish Studies. Founded in 1974, it is currently edited at the School for Canadian Irish Studies at Concordia University, Montreal. As the journal of record for Irish Studies in Canada, the CJIS/RCÉI publishes articles, reviews, and other forms of creative expression which promote an understanding and appreciation of Irish history and culture in their broadest terms. It has a special focus on the Irish experience in Canada and in the other countries of the Diaspora. It encourages a variety of critical and methodological perspectives and welcomes in particular multi- and interdisciplinary approaches as well as explorations of visual, material, and spatial culture.

The Editor of CJIS/RCÉI is Rhona Richman Kenneally
Associate Professor, Department of Design and Computation Arts
Concordia University, Montreal
rrk [at] concordia.ca

 

Book Review Editors
Gavin Foster gavin.foster [at] concordia.ca
Susan Cahill susan.cahill [at] concordia.ca
Jane McGaughey jane.mcgaughey [at] concordia.ca

Managing Editor
Sara Spike cjis.rcei [at] concordia.ca

Please address general and subscription-related inquiries to the Managing Editor.

Mailing address for all correspondence (including books for review):
Canadian Journal of Irish Studies
c/o School of Canadian Irish Studies
Concordia University
1455 de Maisonneuve Blvd. W.
Montreal, Quebec, Canada H3G 1M8

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