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The Vanishing World of The Islandman
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PrologueAcknowledgementsSeries Editor's PrefaceChapter 1. The Lure of the PrimitiveSalvage EthnographyAnthropological Exo-nostalgiaIn Search of FolkloreChapter 2. Writing the PastEuropean Literary InfluencesThe Phenomenology of WritingEditorial IncarnationsChapter 3. Narrative and VoiceIndividual or Collective Narrative?A Singular Voice?Narrative and AuthenticityChapter 4. Translating PlaceFrom Land to ImageTranslation and AnglicisationMapping and LandscapeChapter 5. Native American and Indigenous Irish NarrativesBlack Elk and Tomas O CriomhthainTapestry of VoicesThe Vanishing Native TropeChapter 6. A Continental EpicThe European JourneyThe "Task of the Translator"Continental NostalgiaChapter 7. Museum and MemoirThe interpretive CentreRepresenting the IslandmanAt the InterfaceChapter 8. Irish-American NetworksCosmopolitan ConnectionsTomas's Literary Legacy
Reflective Nostalgia and LossBibliographyIndex.

About the Author

Mairead Nic Craith is Professor and Chair in Cultural Heritage and Anthropological Studies and Director of the Intercultural Centre at Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, Scotland, UK.

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"Mairead Nic Craith shows great sensitivity towards her field. She manages to go well beyond a traditionalist or nostalgic interpretation of Tomas's memoir. She eventually shows that different sort of nostalgias are expressed in memoirs, at the intersection between a more local perspective and more external visions." (Laurent Sebastien Fournier, Anthropological Journal of European Cultures, Vol. 30 (1), 2021)

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