Select Bibliography of Writings on Irish Economic and Social History Published in 1983

  title={Select Bibliography of Writings on Irish Economic and Social History Published in 1983},
  author={Carla Mereu Keating and Graeme Kirkham},
  journal={Irish Economic and Social History},
  pages={129 - 141}
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Irish Culture and Nationalism Translated: St Patrick’s Day, 1888, in Australia

Ambiguity is inherent in the political process, and perhaps most of all where, as in the Anglo-Irish case in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries, there was a masked colonialism at play.[1] Of

Ancient Mythology and Revolutionary Ideology in Ireland, 1878–1916

Perhaps some justification is needed for yet another study on the literary background of the Easter 1916 Rising. Certainly the ‘high’ literature, represented by such writers as Yeats, AE, Synge and

Land Use in Medieval Ireland: A Review of the Documentary Evidence

Over thirty years ago Professor Jocelyn Otway-Ruthven, in a pioneering essay on Anglo-Irish agriculture in the Middle Ages, concluded that much more detailed research was required.! This situation

The Merchant in Peripheral Ireland: A Case from Donegal

The place of the local merchant or shopkeeper in rural Ireland is a point of some contention among the ethnographers of that island (1). Arensberg and Kimball describe the credit-debt relation of

Irish home-rule finance: a neglected dimension of the Irish question, 1910–14

  • Pat Jalland
  • History, Political Science
    Irish Historical Studies
  • 1983
‘Home rule’, complained Augustine Birrell, ‘is the most unlucky cause mortal man was ever associated with. Its path is strewn with ghosts and skeletons — wine, women and money. Now it is money. …

Popular Recreation in Nineteenth-Century Ireland

In 1852 Sir William Wilde in his delightful little book, Irish Popular Superstitions, lamented the recent disappearance of many traditional beliefs, customs and recreations. ‘The old forms and

The Department of Science and Art and control of Irish science, 1853–1905

  • R. Jarrell
  • Political Science
    Irish Historical Studies
  • 1983
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Irish prison doctors--men in the middle, 1865-90.

  • B. A. Smith
  • History, Political Science
    Medical History
  • 1982
In Ireland's prison service, prison doctors became entangled in the controversies which surrounded these Irish political prisoners, because the doctors could mitigate ordinary regimen or special punishments for reasons of health.

Official reaction to native land claims in the plantation of Munster

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