Contemporary Irish Popular Culture [electronic resource] : Transnationalism, Regionality, and Diaspora / by Anthony P. McIntyreView ebook from SpringerLink. 1 available
- 1st ed. 2022.
- XII, 258 p. 13 illus. online resource.
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- 1. Introduction—“Fractured Movement”: Transnationalism, Regionality, and Diaspora in Contemporary Irish Popular Culture -- 2. Star Leverage, Local Matters, and Transnational Media: Chris O’Dowd, Moone Boy and Puffin Rock -- 3. Derry Girls and Cork Boys: Second Cities, Regional Identities and (Trans)National Tensions in the Contemporary Irish Sitcom -- 4. Transnationalism, Masculinity, and Diasporic Performativity in Irish Sport: Conor McGregor and James McClean -- 5. Irish Female Comedic Voices, Diasporic Melancholy, and Productive Irritation: Sharon Horgan, Aisling Bea and Maeve Higgins -- 6. Mammies and Sons: Mobilising Maternal and Filial Affect in Mrs Brown’s Boys, 50 Ways to Kill Your Mammy, and Philomena -- 7. Coda: The COVID-19 Pandemic and Irish Screen Media.
- This book uses popular culture to highlight the intersections and interplay between ideologies, technological advancement and mobilities as they shape contemporary Irish identities. Marshalling case studies drawn from a wide spectrum of popular culture, including the mediated construction of prominent sporting figures, Troubles-set sitcom Derry Girls, and poignant drama feature Philomena, Anthony P. McIntyre offers a wide-ranging discussion of contemporary Irishness, tracing its entanglement with notions of mobility, regionality and identity. The book will appeal to students and scholars of Irish studies, cultural studies, as well as film and media studies. Anthony P. McIntyre is a Teaching Fellow in Film and Media Studies at University College Dublin, Ireland. He is Co-editor of The Aesthetics and Affects of Cuteness (2017) and recent publications have appeared in Television & New Media, Feminist Media Studies, and European Journal of Cultural Studies.
- Motion pictures—Great Britain.
- Popular Culture.
- Ethnology—Great Britain.
- Great Britain—History.
- British Film and TV.
- Popular Culture.
- British Culture.
- History of Britain and Ireland.
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