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Visions of Ireland

Gael Linn’s «Amharc Éireann» Film Series, 1956–1964

Lang, Peter Bern,
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The Amharc Éireann film series was sponsored by Gael Linn, an organization dedicated to the revitalization of the Irish language through modern media and technology. This book, the first full-length investigation of Amharc Éireann, makes an important contribution to our understanding of the complexities of twentieth-century Irish history.

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Titel: Visions of Ireland
Autoren/Herausgeber: B. Mairéad Pratschke
Aus der Reihe: Reimagining Ireland
Ausgabe: Neuausgabe

ISBN/EAN: 9783034318723

Seitenzahl: 287
Format: 22,5 x 15 cm
Produktform: Taschenbuch/Softcover
Gewicht: 440 g
Sprache: Englisch

B. Mairéad Pratschke is a lecturer in the Department of History at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. She was born in Galway and grew up in Malahide, Co. Dublin, before moving to Canada with her family in the late 1980s. She holds an MA in European Studies from the Katholieke Universiteit Leuven (Belgium) and a PhD in History from McMaster University (Canada).

The Amharc Éireann film series (literally translated as Views/Visions of Ireland) was a cultural nationalist project sponsored by Gael Linn, an organization whose mandate was the revitalization of the Irish language through the use of modern media and technology. It was produced by Colm Ó Laoghaire, a member of a well-known Irish literary and nationalist family, the Plunketts. As the first and longest-running Irish-language documentary and news-film series, Amharc Éireann represented an attempt on the part of a few committed Irish-language enthusiasts to present Ireland to the Irish in a way that would instil a sense of pride in the country, and to promote the language in a way that the public would accept. Created during a period of rapid social, economic and political change, it reflects and records the dramatic transformation of Ireland from a rural, underdeveloped and relatively isolated nation into a modern member of the international economic and political community. This book, the first full-length investigation of the Amharc Éireann series as a historical artefact, makes an original and important contribution to our understanding of the complexities of twentieth-century Irish history.

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