‘And now intellect, discovering its own effects’
Tim Robinson as narrative scholar
in Unfolding Irish landscapes
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Christine Cusick's essay ‘“And now intellect, discovering its own effects”: Tim Robinson as Narrative Scholar’ argues that scholarship rooted in both experience and academic discourse requires that we examine our assumptions about the sources of knowledge and about our hermeneutic relationship with this knowledge. In doing so, Cusick offers close readings of Robinson's writing as a way to interpret his praxis of narrative scholarship.

Unfolding Irish landscapes

Tim Robinson, culture and environment


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