Alice Milligan (1866-1953) was a prolific writer and theatre practitioner who founded multiple organizations that put Irish arts, language and culture at the center of the movement for national independence.
This book not only examines the life and work of one of Ireland's most innovative cultural pioneers, but provides new ways of interpreting the Irish Cultural Revival itself.
Catherine Morris is the Director of the Museum of Cambridge. As a cultural Coordinator for Trinity College Dublin and the National Library of Ireland, she curated a major exhibition about the Irish Revival. After working as a research editor on the Yeats' Letters at the University of Oxford, she was awarded fellowships at Queen
Alice Milligan and the Irish Cultural Revival
- Publisher: Catherine Morris
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