Joseph Keene Chadwick: Interventions and Continuities in Irish and Gay Studies

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John Rieder, Joseph H. O'Mealy, Valerie Wayne
University of Hawaii Press, 2002 - 173 pagine
Joseph Keene Chadwick taught at the University of Hawai'i until his untimely death at the age of thirty-seven in 1992. He was a gifted teacher and scholar of Irish literature. He was also an early advocate for gay studies and Pacific literature, and an accomplished translator. In addition to many published essays on these topics, he left an unfinished book manuscript on William Butler Yeats' theory of tragedy. This volume, which includes two chapters from his book on Yeats, presents Chadwick's early interventions into the areas of Irish and gay studies and translation alongside commisioned essays and work by contemporary scholars and writers, including Frank McGuinness, Witi Ihimaera, George Haggerty, and Elizabeth Butler Cullingford.
 

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Remembered Tragedies Yeats Tragedy History
3
Recreation from Terror
5
Emblems of Adversity Civil War and the Heroic Mask
28
Afterword to Remembered Tragedies
64
A Perspective from Poetry
71
A Sequence of Sonnets
84
Gay Studies
101
Some Strategies of Reading and Response
103
Poetry and Translations
143
Translations of Two Poems by José Lezama Lima Las Barbas de un Rey A Kings Whiskers Y Mi Cuerpo? And My Body
145
A Conversation with Hung Hung
148
JOE CHADWICK KOLEKOLE PASS HAWAII 8 APRIL 1992
159
LAVA
162
Bibliography
163
Bibliography of the Works of Joseph Keene Chadwick
165
ABOUT THE CONTRIBUTORS
169

Antihomophobic Pedagogies Today
111
Rewriting the Polynesian Body
122
Gertrude Stein Comes Out in Historic Drama Trilogy
132
ABOUT THE EDITORS
PERMISSIONS
Copyright

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Informazioni sull'autore (2002)

JOHN RIEDER is a professor of English at the University of Hawai'i at M'anoa.

Joseph H. O'Mealy teaches Victorian literature and modern drama at the University of Hawaii at Manoa, where he also serves as Acting Associate Dean of the College of Languages, Linguistics and Literature. He received his Ph.D. in English literature from Stanford University.

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