Critical Inquiries Into Irish Studies is an annual interdisciplinary journal for students and scholars of Irish literature and culture. Each issue of CIIIS focuses on a particular author or stimulating topic to evoke cutting-edge research and commentary on Irish poetry, drama, or fiction. CIIIS also features interviews with leading scholars in the fields of Global Irish and Irish American studies, and at times publishes poetry by contemporary Irish or Irish-American poets. Our regular book column, Téacsúil Fionnachtain, by archivist Alan Delozier, features summaries of unique selections from the Irish Rare Book and Special Collections Library at Seton Hall University, New Jersey, USA.
Current Issue: Volume 4, Issue 1 (2022) Tana French Issue
Tana French: An Interview with Brian Cliff
Gothic Girlhood and Resistance: Confronting Ireland’s Neoliberal Containment Culture in Tana French’s The Secret Place