Contents: Irene Gilsenan Nordin/Elin Holmsten: Introduction: Borders and States of In-Betweenness in Irish Literature and Culture - Michael G. O'Sullivan: Limning the Liminal, Thinking the Threshold: Irish Studies' Approach to Theory - Cheryl Temple Herr: Images of Migration in Irish Film: Thinking Inside the Box - Heidi Hansson: History in/of the Borderlands: Emily Lawless and the Story of Ireland - Susan Cahill: `The Other' that Moves and Misleads : Mapping and Temporality in Eilis Ni Dhuibhne's The Dancer's Dancing - Lotta Palmerstierna Einarsson: Movement as Text, Text as Movement: The Choreographic Writing of Samuel Beckett - Roisin O'Gorman: Caught in the Liminal: Dorothy Cross's Udder Series and Marina Carr's By the Bog of Cats... - Katarzyna Poloczek: Identity as Becoming: Polymorphic Female Identities in the Poetry of Boland, Meehan and Ni Dhomhnaill - Michaela Schrage-Fruh: So Much Psychic Land [...] to Reclaim : Otherworldly Encounters in Nuala Ni Dhomhnaill's Poetry - Maryna Romanets: The (Translato)logic of Spectrality: Nuala Ni Dhomhnaill and Her English Doubles.
The Editors: Irene Gilsenan Nordin is Associate Professor of English at Dalarna University, Sweden. She is Director of the Dalarna University Centre for Irish Studies and the literary editor of Nordic Irish Studies. Elin Holmsten is Assistant Professor of English at Dalarna University, Sweden. She completed her thesis The Hermeneutics of Otherness in Medbh McGuckian's Poetry at Uppsala University, Sweden, in 2006.