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Todd, Jennifer 1952 February 16-

Overview
Works: 22 works in 115 publications in 3 languages and 2,033 library holdings
Genres: History  Conference papers and proceedings  Academic theses 
Roles: Author, Editor, Other, htt, Thesis advisor, Publishing director
Classifications: DA990.U46, 941.6
Publication Timeline
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Most widely held works by Jennifer Todd
The dynamics of conflict in Northern Ireland : power, conflict, and emancipation by Joseph Ruane( Book )

24 editions published between 1996 and 2009 in English and Undetermined and held by 791 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"This book offers a uniquely comprehensive account of the conflict in Northern Ireland, providing a rigorous analysis of its dynamics and present structure and proposing a new approach to its resolution. It deals with historical process, communal relations, ideology, politics, economics and culture and with the wider British, Irish and international contexts. It reveals at once the enormous complexity of the conflict and shows how it is generated by a particular system of relationships which can be precisely and clearly described. The book proposes an emancipatory approach to the resolution of the conflict, conceived as the dismantling of this system of relationships. Although radical, this approach is already implicit in the converging understandings of the British and Irish governments of the causes of conflict. The authors argue that only much more determined pursuit of an emancipatory approach will allow an agreed political settlement to emerge."--Provided by publisher
Europe's old states in the new world order : the politics of transition in Britain, France and Spain( Book )

9 editions published between 2002 and 2003 in English and held by 217 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"This book will be a valuable resource for courses in European politics and history, and on comparative nationalism and European regionalism."--BOOK JACKET
After the Good Friday Agreement : analysing political change in Northern Ireland( Book )

4 editions published in 1999 in English and held by 199 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"The Good Friday Agreement was made possible by change - in the conditions of conflict in Northern Ireland and the aims and ideals of the parties to the conflict. It has set in motion further changes, in institutions, social structure and social relations. It will succeed in creating peace and stability only if the process of change is continued. This book analyses the changes in Northern Ireland which produced and have followed from the Good Friday Agreement." "This is an up to date account of the impact of the Agreement offering a theoretical understanding of the processes and forces at work in making and implementing the Agreement. The contributors draw on theories of globalisation, conflict resolution, employment equality, liberalism, postmodernism, and theories of the state and citizenship to analyse the changes and the continuities."--Jacket
Negotiating a settlement in Northern Ireland, 1969-2019 by John Coakley( )

7 editions published between 2019 and 2020 in English and Undetermined and held by 198 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"The Good Friday Agreement of 1998 ended a protracted violent conflict in Northern Ireland and became an international reference point for peace-building. Negotiating a Settlement In Northern Ireland, 1969-2019 traces the roots and outworkings of the Agreement, focusing on the British and Irish governments, their changing policy paradigms and their extended negotiations from the Sunningdale conference of 1973 to the St Andrews Agreement of 2006. It identifies three dimensions of change that paved the way for agreement: in elite understandings of sovereignty, in development of wide-ranging and complex modes of power-sharing, and in the interrelated emergence of substantial equality in the socio-economic, cultural, and political domains. The book combines wide-ranging analysis with unparalleled use of witness seminars and interviews where the most senior British and Irish politicians, civil servants and advisors discuss the process of coming to agreement. In tracing the processes by which British and Irish perspectives converged to address the Northern Ireland conflict, the book provides a benchmark against which the ongoing impact of Brexit on the Good Friday Agreement can be assessed"--
Identity change after conflict : ethnicity, boundaries and belonging in the two Irelands by Jennifer Todd( )

11 editions published between 2018 and 2019 in English and held by 198 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This book explores everyday identity change and its role in transforming ethnic, national and religious divisions. It uses very extensive interviews in post-conflict Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland in the early 21st century to compare the extent and the micro-level cultural logics of identity change. It widens comparisons to the Gard in France, and uses multiple methods to reconstruct the impact of identity innovation on social and political outcomes in the 2010s. It shows the irreducible causal importance of identity change for wider compromise after conflict. It speaks to those interested in Cultural Sociology, Politics, Conflict and Peace Studies, Nationalism, Religion, International Relations and European and Irish Studies
Renovation or revolution? : new territorial politics in Ireland and United Kingdom( Book )

6 editions published between 2004 and 2005 in English and held by 138 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Renovation or Revolution? opens a new field of British-Irish studies, beyond devolution studies in the United Kingdom and beyond Northern Ireland conflict studies. It examines the redistribution of power and the new networks of policy making on these islands."--BOOK JACKET
Political transformation and national identity change : comparative perspectives by Jennifer Todd( Book )

11 editions published between 2008 and 2016 in English and held by 92 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The major socio-political changes of the last decades have led to changing ways of being national, changes in the content of national identity if not in the national categories themselves. This comparative social scientific volume takes examples of transitions to democracy (East Europe, Spain) to peace (South Africa, Israel, Northern Ireland) and to territorial decentralization (the United Kingdom, France, Spain), showing in each case how socio-political change and identity change have interlocked. It defines a typology of national identity shift, tracing the changing state forms whi
Ethnicity and religion : intersections and comparisons by Joseph Ruane( Book )

10 editions published between 2010 and 2015 in English and Swedish and held by 64 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"Religion has regained political prominence in the twenty first century and not least for the manner in which it intersects with ethnicity. Many ethnic conflicts have a strong religious dimension, and religion appears as a powerful force for mobilisation, solidarity and violence. Religion and ethnicity can each act as a powerful base of identity, group formation and communal conflict. They can also overlap, with ethnic and religious boundaries coinciding, partially or completely, internally nested or intersecting. This volume maps the different forms of intersection: cases where religion is prioritised in private life and ethnicity in public, where each coexists in tension in political life, and where the distinctions reinforce each other with dynamic effects. It maps the different patterns with case studies and comparisons from Ireland, Northern Ireland, France, Zimbabwe, Ghana and Malaysia. It shows how ordinary people construct their soldarities and identities using both ethnic and religious resources. This opens up analysis of the socialliy transformative, as well as politically antagonistic, potential of religion in situations of ethnic division. This book was published as a special issue of 'Ethnopolitics'"--Page [i]
Breaking patterns of conflict : Britain, Ireland and the Northern Ireland question( Book )

5 editions published between 2014 and 2020 in English and held by 34 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The role of external powers and international bodies in efforts to break patterns of conflict and to install stable and durable peace settlements is well known. This book focuses on an unusual case where the sovereign state and a neighbour state help broker an agreed settlement in a disputed and conflictual region. It analyses the roles of the British and Irish governments in pursuing political stability in Northern Ireland, a disputed region of the United Kingdom over which the Irish state has had a territorial claim. The book focuses on the changes in the British state, whose writ extends over Northern Ireland, but also the Irish state, which surrendered a strong formal but ineffective claim to jurisdiction over Northern Ireland for the reality of a significant voice in its political future. These changes ultimately facilitated the process of settlement leading to the 1998 Good Friday Agreement, and the later transformation of institutions and political relations in Northern Ireland and between the UK and Ireland. It innovates by using a new oral archive of elite interviews built up over the past decade. The authors of the various chapters address a range of dimensions in which these changes are reflected. These include new interpretations of the dynamics of the Northern Ireland conflict and in particular of the evolving British-Irish relationship, new perspectives on the positions of governments and parties, and new analyses of the contribution of cross-border contacts in two areas where consequences are likely to be indirect but profound: television broadcasting and business cooperation. This book was published as a special issue of Irish Political Studies.--
La sécularisation en Irlande( )

in English and held by 27 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Pays réputé surtout pour la force de sa tradition religieuse et pour la façon dont celle-ci a contribué au déchaînement de la violence politique, l'Irlande connaît aujourd'hui le début d'un processus de sécularisation qui, emboîtant le pas d'une modernisation économique, est l'aboutissement d'une autre tradition, celle du combat séculaire mené en ce pays pour la tolérance et contre le sectarisme. Better known for the strength of its religious tradition and for the political violence to which such a tradition has contributed, Ireland is today undergoing a process of secularisation. Following in the footsteps of its economic modernisation, this can also be seen as the product of another tradition, that of its secular battle against sectarianism and in favour of toleration
Unionisms in times of change : Brexit, Britain and the Balkans by Jennifer Todd( Book )

4 editions published between 2021 and 2022 in English and Undetermined and held by 12 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Unions and unionisms are important because they offer an alternative form of politics to that of nation-states and nationalisms. They allow a wider variety of relations between a plurality of peoples, opening prospects of resolving territorial politics. But unionisms, as state- or polity-centred perspectives, are also typically power-centred, often using the resources of the polity to resist assertion by their members, thereby turning democratic challenges into secessionist ones. Unionisms in Times of Change: Brexit, Britain and the Balkans focusses on these two faces of unionisms: the flexible alternative to the nation state, and the assertor of central power. This book is particularly timely at a period when the unions of the British Isles and of Europe have been disrupted by the process of British exit from the European Union, creating new dilemmas and options for unionisms in Northern Ireland. The chapters in this volume map the conceptual structure of unionisms; the ways unions are defined and defended in Northern Ireland, the United Kingdom, the European Union, the Balkans and Moldova; the ways they deal with challenge, conflict and change; the prospects of negotiation; the ways unionisms move from flexibility and accommodation to repression and back; and the opportunities for agreement and conflict resolution. The chapters in this book were originally published as a special issue of the Irish Political Studies
Irish history and politics : after the Good Friday agreement ; analysing political change in Northern Ireland( Book )

2 editions published in 1999 in English and held by 11 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This is an account of the impact of the Good Friday Agreement in Northern Ireland. The contributors analyse the changes and continuities which went into the making of the it and provide an understanding of the processes of making and implementing it
A puzzle concerning borders and identities : towards a typology of attitudes to the Irish border by Jennifer Todd( Book )

2 editions published in 2006 in English and held by 10 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Process, perpectives and interpretations : an oral archive of the Good Friday Agreement by Jennifer Todd( Book )

3 editions published in 2003 in English and held by 9 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

The dynamics of conflict : political economy, equality and conflict by Jennifer Todd( Book )

2 editions published in 2011 in English and held by 8 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

La sécularisation en Irlande by Thomas Bartlett( )

3 editions published in 2012 in French and English and held by 7 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Pays réputé surtout pour la force de sa tradition religieuse et pour la façon dont celle-ci a contribué au déchaînement de la violence politique, l'Irlande connaît aujourd'hui le début d'un processus de sécularisation qui, emboîtant le pas d'une modernisation économique, est l'aboutissement d'une autre tradition, celle du combat séculaire mené en ce pays pour la tolérance et contre le sectarisme. Better known for the strength of its religious tradition and for the political violence to which such a tradition has contributed, Ireland is today undergoing a process of secularisation. Following in the footsteps of its economic modernisation, this can also be seen as the product of another tradition, that of its secular battle against sectarianism and in favour of toleration
National identities in conflict and peace process : a comparative analysis of Northern Ireland and the Basque Country 1968-2011 by Pascal Pragnère( Book )

2 editions published between 2013 and 2014 in English and held by 5 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

This research analyses the conceptions of national identity by political organizations in the conflicts in Northern Ireland and the Basque Country. The first chapter presents the ambitions of the project, reviews existing literature on the subject and methodological aspects. Chapters 2 and 3 present the ideological evolutions of national identity definitions by the main political and paramilitary organizations in the conflicts. Chapter 4 proposes an analysis of the definition models and of the transformations of national identity definitions. Chapter 5 analyses the factors that explain the identity strategies of nationalist political organizations. The last chapter relates identity options of political organizations with their supporters' identifications, and confronts identity definitions within the population with their political choices. It finally appears that despite political attempts to control national identification processes, the population and nationalist supporters increasingly choose identities that are less sectarian and more plural, especially in a context of decreasing violence. Nationalist parties also receive increasing support from people with more plural identities, which may favour positive evolutions of the peace processes
The politics of conflict and transformation : the island of Ireland in comparative perspective by Gladys Ganiel( Book )

1 edition published in 2022 in English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

"This book contains original research on conflict, peacebuilding and the current state of identities and relationships in relation to the Northern Ireland conflict. It accesses the state of national identity politics in Northern Ireland a generation after the 1998 Agreement, as well as the impact and meaning of Brexit. It considers feminist and faith-based peace activism during the Troubles', and expressions of Irish national identity. It also includes revealing comparative case studies: Protestant-Catholic conflict elsewhere in Europe and nationalism in the Balkans. The Politics of Conflict and Transformation: The Island of Ireland in Comparative Perspective arises from a conference celebrating the work of Jennifer Todd, Professor in the School of Politics and International Relations at University College Dublin, who has been one of the most influential scholars of her generation. Her research has examined conflict and transformation in Ireland from the level of grassroots identities to geopolitical forces. She has placed contemporary crises in the peace process in the context of patterns of conflict and change over centuries. She has both expounded the rich detail of the Northern Ireland and Irish-British conflicts and placed them in their regional and global contexts. Written by some of the leading scholars on peace and conflict in Ireland, the chapters in this edited volume build on Todd's work and are a testament to the thematic and methodological breadth and depth of her output. This book will be of interest to students and scholars of Irish and British history and politics, Peace and Conflict Studies, and the sociology of identity, conflict, and peacebuilding"--Publisher
Redefining Northern nationalism : a political perspective : an academic perspective by Alban Maginness( Book )

4 editions published in 2001 in English and held by 4 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Negotiating a settlement in Northern Ireland, 1969-2019. From Sunningdale to St Andrews by John Coakley( Book )

2 editions published between 2019 and 2020 in English and held by 3 WorldCat member libraries worldwide

Negotiating a Settlement in Northern Ireland: From Sunningdale to St Andrews uses original material from witness seminars, elite interviews, and archive documents to explore the shape taken by the Irish peace process, and in particular to analyse the manner in which successful stages of this were negotiated. Northern Ireland's Good Friday Agreement of 1998 marked the end a 30-year conflict that had witnessed more than 3,000 deaths, thousands of injuries, catastrophic societal damage, and large-scale economic dislocation.0This book traces the roots of the Agreement over the decades, stretching back to the Sunningdale conference of 1973 and extending up to at least the St Andrews Agreement of 2006. It describes the changing relationship between parties to the conflict (nationalist and unionist groups within Northern Ireland, and the Irish and British governments) and identifies three dimensions of significant change: new ways of implementing the concept of sovereignty, growing acceptance of power sharing, and the steady emergence of substantial equality in the socio-economic, cultural, and political domains.0As well as placing this in the context of an extensive social science literature, the book innovates by looking at the manner in which those most closely involved understood the process in which they were engaged. The authors reproduce testimonies from witness seminars and interviews involving central actors, including former prime ministers, ministers, senior officials, and political advisors.0They conclude that the outcome was shaped by a distinctive interaction between the conscious planning of these elites and changing demographic and political realities that themselves were, in a symbiotic way, consequences of decisions made in earlier years. They also note the extent to which this settlement has come under pressure from new notions of sovereignty implicit in the Brexit process
 
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The dynamics of conflict in Northern Ireland : power, conflict, and emancipation
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Europe's old states in the new world order : the politics of transition in Britain, France and SpainAfter the Good Friday Agreement : analysing political change in Northern IrelandNegotiating a settlement in Northern Ireland, 1969-2019Identity change after conflict : ethnicity, boundaries and belonging in the two IrelandsRenovation or revolution? : new territorial politics in Ireland and United KingdomPolitical transformation and national identity change : comparative perspectivesEthnicity and religion : intersections and comparisonsBreaking patterns of conflict : Britain, Ireland and the Northern Ireland question
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Todd, Jennifer 1952 Feb. 16-

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