Irish History: A Research Yearbook 2

Irish History: A Research Yearbook 2



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Irish History: A Research Yearbook 2 by Joost Augusteijn

This is the second issue of the Irish History and, once again, it contains the writings of some of Ireland's leading young historians. Many areas - culture, history and the philosophy of history - are covered.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781851827848
Publisher: Four Courts Press
Publication date: 12/01/2003
Pages: 176
Product dimensions: 6.30(w) x 9.06(h) x (d)

Table of Contents

Editors' Prefacevii
Political History and Culture
Niccolo Macchiavelli's The Prince as a manual for rulers1
Civic identity and corporate politics in eighteenth-century Waterford9
Ulster liberal opinion and France, c.1787-9622
A study of Ribbonism in County Leitrim in 184132
Nineteenth-century Ulster Presbyterian perspectives on the 1798 rebellion43
The function of hotels in parliamentary borough elections in mid-nineteenth-century Ireland: two case studies in the borough of Cashel, 1852 and 186853
Irish Orangeism in the second half of the nineteenth century: a unique movement?61
Lord Londonderry and Ulster politics, 1921-672
In time of 'war': Irish domestic security legislation, 1939-4581
'Miss YAF': women within the ranks of the Young Americans for Freedom, 1960-992
Cultural History & the Philosophy of History
Patronage, poetry, and politics in the Gaelic world, 1650-1700: the cases of Daibhi O Bruadair and Iain Lom103
Education and the Catholic Church in the Irish Free State, 1922-32119
'Beatha an starai firinne'--'The historian's nourishment is truth'134
Social History
All in the family: archaeological evidence of Viking and Hiberno-Scandinavian women and children in Ireland148
Frederick W. Crossley: Irish turn-of-the-century tourism pioneer162

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