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Ireland and the Irish Antipodes : one world or worlds apart? : papers delivered at the 16th Australasian Irish Studies Conference, Massey University, Wellington, New Zealand 9-12 July 2009

Author: Brad Patterson; Kathryn Patterson; Massey University.
Publisher: Spit Junction, N.S.W. : Anchor Books Australia, 2010.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : English
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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
History
Congresses
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Brad Patterson; Kathryn Patterson; Massey University.
OCLC Number: 648141142
Notes: Conference papers.
Includes New Zealand content.
New Zealand authors.
New Zealand editors.
Description: iv, 306 p ; 21 cm.
Contents: Introduction --
Richard Reid, National Museum of Australia: 'An impossible subject': Preparing an exhibition on the Irish in Australia --
Dermot Keogh, University College, Cork: The Catholic Church, the Holy See and the foundation of the Irish State, 1916-1937 --
Ewan Morris, New Zealand Law Commission: One flag, two flags, no flag, new flag: Flags on public buildings in Northern Ireland --
Jill Bender, Boston College: The Irish 'Sepoy' Press: Irish nationalism and anti-British agitation during the 1857 Indian Rebellion --
Richard Boast, Victoria University of Wellington: Making the Waikato British: Land confiscation in New Zealand and Irish precedents and parallels --
Jeff Kildea, University of New South Wales: Anzacs and Ireland: The Gallipoli connection --
Stephanie James, Flinders University: Fenians in South Australia: Joining some dots --
Patrick Coleman, Lincoln University: Who wants to be a grand master? Grand masters of the Orange Lodge of the Middle Island of New Zealand --
Sean Brosnahan, Otago Settlers Museum: 'Taking off the gloves': Sectarianism in New Zealand rugby in the 1920s --
Christine Yeats, State Records Authority of NSW: A note on research sources for Irish history: New South Wales convict records --
Jennifer Harrison, University of Queensland: 'A most useful mode of punishment': The Irish Hulks, 1822-1837 --
Liz Rushen, Monash University: An accession of valuable and useful settlers: The Dublin Mendicity Society and female emigration --
Kevin Molloy, State Library of Victoria: The politics of reading: Identify and the Australian Irish reading experience, 1800-1880 --
Val Noone, University of Melbourne: 'Our Gaelic Column', Melbourne 1901-1912 --
Sue Reynolds, RMIT University, Melbourne: The Library of the Supreme Court of the Colony of Victoria: 'continuities ... discontinuities, and ... original contributions' --
Graham Aubrey, Australian Institute of Celtic Studies: Traditional Irish music from 1790 to 1920, as a social expression both within Ireland and abroad --
Hugh Laracy, University of Auckland: St Patrick on Bougainville, Papua New Guinea --
Peter Kuch, University of Otago: Irishness, the Australasian Colonial Theatre and the public sphere --
Richard Corballis, Massey University: 'Kia Ora Begorrah! Amen': Literary relationships between Maori, Pakeha and the Irish --
Frances Devlin-Glass, Deakin University: Jocoserious Fathers: Burlesque and the representation of the Law of the Father in Joyce's 'Ulysses' --
Perry McIntyre, St. John's College, University of Sydney: History of the 'Great Unwashed'?: Family history, its brickbats and bouquets --
Shirley Arabin, Mount Maunganui: The incorrigible Mrs Rice --
Edmund Bohan, Christchurch: 'The very model of a fighting Irishman': Colonel James De Renzie Brett, 1809-1889 --
Nigel Murphy, Waitangi Tribunal: 'Where is home for Cromwell's men?': Unravelling the Anglo-Irish story in Ireland and New Zealand --
Ann Elder, Waiheke Island: 'Fragrance on the wind': Southern-Irish Heritage of Antipodean Tirnanog --
Michael O'Brien, Upper Hutt: Pioneering in a New World: Waimate, South Canterbury, New Zealand --
Karen Hansen, Wellington: New Zealand Irish Voices --
Notes on contributors and editors --
Other papers presented at the conference.
Other Titles: One world or worlds apart
Responsibility: edited by Brad & Kathryn Patterson.

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