New issue of "Irish Migration Studies in Latin America" Vol. 6 N° 1 (March 2008): Sporting Traditions in Ireland and Latin America
We are happy to announce a new issue of "Irish Migration Studies in Latin America" (www.irlandeses.org/imsla0803.htm), the open-access journal of the Society for Irish Latin American Studies. This issue is dedicated to Sporting Traditions in Ireland and Latin America. The following contents are available at: www.irlandeses.org/imsla0803.htm
Volume 6, Number 1 (March 2008)
Guest Editor: John Kennedy
Editors: Edmundo Murray, Claire Healy, Patricia Novillo-Corvalan, Helen Kelly
TABLE OF CONTENTS
- John Kennedy (Guest Editor), "Sporting Traditions in Ireland and Latin America: An Introduction"
- John Kennedy, "The Sporting Dimension to the Relationship Between Ireland and Latin America"
- Victor Raffo, "Irish Association Football in Argentina"
- Ronnie Quinn, "Catholic, Male and Working-class: The Evolution of the Hurling Club into a Wide-Ranging Irish-Argentine Institution (1920-1980)"
- Hugh FitzGerald Ryan, "The Development of Rugby in the River Plate Region: Irish Influences"
- Jimmy Burns, "Don Patricio O'Connell: An Irishman and the Politics of Spanish Football"
- John Kennedy, "'El Primer Crack' of Argentine Basketball: Oscar Furlong"
- Edmundo Murray, "Horses and Horseracing: An Irish passion in Nineteenth-Century Rio de la Plata"
- Guillermo MacLoughlin Breard, "From Shepherds to Polo Players: Irish-Argentines from the First to the Last Chukker"
- Edmundo Murray, "'Rugby gives you values: they aren't written but they are for life': Interview with Felipe Contepomi"
- John Kennedy, Alfredo Di Stefano, football player"
- Conrad O'Neill Malcolm, "Fabian O'Neill, football player"
- John Kennedy, "Santiago Phelan, rugby player and coach"
- Guillermo MacLoughlin Breard, "Pablo MacDonough, polo player"
- William H. Mulligan, Jr., "Review of Brendan O Donoghue's 'In Search of Fame and Fortune: The Leahy Family of Engineers, 1780-1888'", and Author's Reply
- Olwen Rowe, "Review of Ivan Alejandro Portela Bonachea's 'Cantos de Tir na n-Og'"
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