Anna Pilz & Whitney Standlee
Since the 1990s, scholarship on Irish women’s writing has made some significant strides in recovering forgotten authors and texts. Thanks to pioneering work by researchers such as Patricia Coughlan, Heidi Hansson, John Wilson Foster, Margaret Kelleher and James H. Murphy, we have begun to see developments that conceptualise and offer new frameworks for researching and understanding Irish women’s writing of the period between 1880 and 1920.
A series of interviews by scholars who have focused on Irish Women's writing 1880 through 1920 gave interviews regarding such scholarship.
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