Ireland and the New Journalism

Co-edited by Karen Steele, Department Chair and Professor of English 

Palgrave Macmillan

This volume of essays explores W.T. Stead’s influence on Irish nationalism and modernism in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Stead was an English journalist whose work helped spark a revolution in British newspapers and print journalism called the “New Journalism.” The collection analyzes the central role the press played during this era and the lasting effect journalism had on Irish politics, culture and newspaper practices.

The Wish Book

When Sex Changed: Birth Control and Literature Between the World Wars

The Texas Legation Papers, 1836-1845

Ireland and the New Journalism

Women and Rhetoric Between the Wars (Studies in Rhetorics and Feminisms)

Paul and the Heritage of Israel

Intelligence 101

Ben Sira and the Men Who Handle Books: Gender and the Rise of Canon-Consciousness (Hebrew Bible Monographs)

Of Note