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". . . Bill Kelleher brings the reader in to the heart of Northern Ireland and its long, tragic conflict. Northern Ireland, in all its complexity, is authentically rendered."
-Robert Connolly, writer and co-director, The Road to Reconciliation
". . . this exemplary ethnography is among the best books on Northern Ireland, and one of the very few that makes human sense of daily sectarian life."
-Lawrence Taylor, National University of Ireland, Maynooth
"More than a tour-a moving narrative."
-David Stark, Columbia University
"This is a wonderful contribution to Irish studies, postcolonial studies, and anthropology."
-Begoña Arétxaga, University of Texas, Austin
"It is a book that will be widely read and greatly appreciated."
—David Lloyd, Scripps College
|Preface and Acknowledgments||ix|
|2||Dividing Space and Making "Race"||61|
|4||Living the Limit||105|
|5||Organizing against History||135|