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  • Connolly, Claire (Manchester University Press (Studies in Imperialism), 2023-02)
    This chapter trace the threads of scattered details, repeated images and occasional plot twists found in the fiction and letters of Maria Edgeworth in order to consider the scope and extent of her engagement with the West ...
  • McKay, Anna (Immediate Media Company; BBC Studio Distribution, 2022-10-27)
  • O'Connor, Maureen (Bloomsbury Academic, 2021-08-21)
    The Renaissance and the Enlightenment, revolutions in ‘Western’ thought, asserted the superiority of humanist, rationalist modes of engaging with and understanding the phenomenal world over traditional technologies of ...
  • O'Connor, Maureen (Routledge, 2021-07-30)
    The metaphor of diffraction provides an alternative to the metaphor of the mirror that science has claimed it holds up to reality, establishing and perpetuating the idea of objective, scientific “truth” regarding the natural ...
  • O'Connor, Maureen (Cambridge University Press, 2022-07-14)
    This chapter charts a transhistorical narrative to analyze the evolving permutations encoded within human–animal binarisms. Maureen O’Connor argues that “The native Irish were long believed to have powers of human–animal ...
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