James MacKillop

James MacKillop est un auteur américain et professeur de littérature.

ÉtudesModifier

  • Université de Harvard, Visiting Fellow (post-doctorat) en langues celtiques
  • Université de Syracuse, Ph.D. en littérature de langue anglaise
  • Université de Wayne State, M.A. and B.A. en littérature de langue anglaise

PublicationsModifier

LivresModifier

  • Penguin Guide to Celtic Mythology, Londres, Penguin Books, 2006
  • Contemporary Irish Cinema, Syracuse University Press, 1999.
  • Dictionary of Celtic Mythology, Oxford University Press, 1998.
  • Irish Literature : A Reader, Syracuse University Press, 1987; édition révisée, 2005.
  • Fionn mac Cumaill: Celtic Myth in English Literature, Syracuse University Press, 1986, 2001
  • Speaking of Words, New York, Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1978, 1982, 1986.
  • The Copy Book, New York, Holt, Rinehart & Winston, 1980.

Articles (sélection)Modifier

  • A Primer of Irish Numbers, Irish Spirit, ed. Patricia Monaghan. Dublin: Wolfhound Press, 2001. p. 111–119.
  • Politics and Spelling Irish, or Thirteen Ways of Looking at ‘Banshee’, Canadian Journal of Irish Studies, 27, no. 2 (Dec., 1991), 93-102.
  • Fitzgerald’s Gatsby: Star of Stag and Screen, The Recorder: A Journal of the American Irish Historical Society, 3, no. 2 (Winter, 1989), 76-88.
  • Fionn mac Cumhaill, Our Contemporary, Mythe et folklore celtiques et leurs expressions littéraires en Irlande, ed. R. Alluin et B. Esbarbelt. Lille, Fr: Université de Lille, 1986 (1988). p. 69–90.
  • The Quiet Man Speaks, Working Papers in Irish Studies [Northeastern University, Boston], 87-2/3 (Spring, 1987), 32-44.
  • Meville’s Bartleby on Film, American Short Stories on Film, ed. E. Alsen. Munich: Langenscheidt-Longman, 1986. p. 101–116.
  • Ireland and the Movies: From the Volta Cinema to RTÉ, Éire-Ireland, 18, no. 3 (Summer, 1984), 7-22.
  • The Hungry Grass: Richard Power’s Pastoral Elegy, Éire-Ireland, 18, no. 3 (Fall, 1983), 86-99.
  • Yeats, Joyce and the Irish Language, Éire-Ireland, 15, no. 1 (Spring, 1980), 138-148.
  • Finn MacCool: The Hero and the Anti-Hero, Views of the Irish Peasantry, 1800-1916, ed. D. Casey and R. E. Rhodes. Hamden, Ct: Archon Books, 1977. p. 86–106.
  • Ulster Violence in Fiction, Conflict in Ireland, ed. E. A. Sullivan and H. A. Wilson. Gainesville: University of Florida, Department of Behavioral Studies, 1976. p. 131–151.
  • Yeats and the Gaelic Muse, Antigonish Review, no. 11 (Autumn, 1972), 96-109.