Jimmy H. Yan
Jimmy H. Yan is a final-stage PhD candidate in History at the University of Melbourne. His research examines the Irish Question, settler-colonial ambivalence and radical political imaginaries in Australia during the Irish revolutionary period. His work has appeared in Labour History, in the Australasian Journal of Irish Studies and on RTE’s Century Ireland page. In 2019, he was the Seymour Summer Scholar at the National Library of Australia. He is the postgraduate representative of the Irish Studies Association of Australia and New Zealand. He is a non-Indigenous person on Wurundjeri land.
University of Melbourne
This essay examines intellectual exchanges between early twentieth-century Australian literary nationalists and the Irish literary revival, with attention to the transnational and imperial differences in…