Table of contents for Genre and cinema : Ireland and transnationalism / edited by Brian McIlroy.

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Contents 
Preface
List of Illustrations
Acknowledgements
Introduction
Part I: Genre, Ireland and Theory
1.	Genre and Nation
Christine Gledhill
2.	Discovering and Uncovering Genre in Irish Cinema
Dervila Layden
3.	Playing Cops and Robbers: Recent Irish Cinema and Genre Performance
Barry Monahan
Part II: Genre, Ireland and Hollywood
4.	Is Californication a Mortal Sin?: The Influence of Classic Hollwood Cinema on Indigenous Irish Film
Michael Gillespie
5.	Hollywood Genre Formulas as Contact Zones: The Case of Jim Sheridan¿s The Boxer
Tom Hemmeter
 6. Triangulating Influence: Genre in I Went Down, Eat the Peach and The General
	Scott Ruston
Part III: Transnational and Transformational Contexts
7.	 Images of Migration in Irish Film: Thinking Inside the Box
 Cheryl Temple Herr	
8.	¿Sometimes the Imagination is a Safer place¿: Fantastic Spaces and The Fifth
Province
	Matthew Fee
9. Opening the Peasant Play: Friel on Film
Joan FitzPatrick Dean
Part IV: Genre and the Irish Short Film
10.	¿The Ireland they Dream of¿¿Eireville, Coolockland and the appropriation of Science Fiction and Fantasy narratives in short Irish filmmaking
Ruth Barton
11.	Breac Scann in/Speckled Films: Genre and Irish-language Filmmaking
Fidelma Farley
Part V: Jordan, Gothic, Horror
12.	 Neil Jordan¿s Postmodern Gothic, or Why The Good Thief was originally entitled Double Down
Maria Pramaggiore
13.	Straying From the Path: Horror and Neil Jordan¿s The Company of Wolves
Dana Och
Part VI: Genre and the City Film
14.	Cinema, City and Imaginative Space: ¿Hip Hedonism¿ and Recent Irish Cinema
Martin McLoone
15.	Cityscapes of Fluid Desire: Queering the Romantic Comedy in Liz Gill¿s Goldfish Memory
	Natalie Harrower
Part VII: Northern Irish Commemorative Cinema
16.	Mourning and Solidarity: The Commemorative Models of Some Mother¿s Son
and H3
Jennie Carlsten
17. Genre Politics: Bloody Sunday as Documentary and Discourse
Joseph Moser
 18. Memory Work: Omagh and the Northern Irish Monumentary
Brian McIlroy 
Notes on Contributors
Index

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Motion pictures -- Ireland.
Film genres -- Ireland.