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European encounters : essays in memory of Albert Lovett

European encounters : essays in memory of Albert Lovett

Author: Judith Devlin; Howard B Clarke
Publisher: Dublin, Ireland : University College Dublin, 2003.
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This volume of essays by members of the Department of History at University College Dublin is dedicated to the memory of their colleague Albert Lovett (1944-2000). The essays provide lively reading  Read more...


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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Judith Devlin; Howard B Clarke
ISBN: 1900621878 9781900621878
OCLC Number: 427516343
Description: xiii, 418 p. : il
Contents: Hugh Gough, Albert Lovett: An Appreciation; Howard B. Clarke, 1066, 1169 and All That: The Tyranny of Historical Turning Points; Seymour Phillips, The Reputation of a King: Edward II from Chronicle and Written Record to Compact Disc and Internet; Edward Coleman, The Lombard League: History and Myth; Tadhg hAnnrach in, A Typical Anomaly? The Success of the Irish Counter-Reformation; Declan M. Downey, Irish-European Integration: The Legacy of Charles V; James McGuire, A Lawyer in Politics: The Career of Sir Richard Nagle c.1636-99; Maurice J. Bric, Ireland and Colonial America: The Viewer and the Viewed; David Doyle, Towards Democracy: Irish-Born Elites in Canada and the United States 1820-1920; Ronan Fanning, The Anglo-American Alliance and the Irish Question in the Twentieth Century; Jane Toomey, Britain's Second EEC Application: The Irish Dynamic; Elva Johnson, A Sailor on the Seas of Faith: The Individual and the Church in The Voyage of Mael Dain; Eamon O'Flaherty, Medical Men and Learned Societies in Ireland, 1680-1785; John McCafferty, "Precedent Covenants": Daniel Maclise's Marriage of Strongbow and Aoife and the Writers of Irish history; Richard Aldous, Newman's Dream Realised: Elgar, Gerontius and the Catholic Origins of Modern Englishness; David Kerr, "La Revolution Introuvable": Raymond Aron, May 1968 and Symbolic Violence in the French Revolutionary Tradition; Mary E. Daly, Nature and Nationalism in Modern Ireland; William Mulligan, The Wehrmacht Exhibition and the Politics of History in Germany; Judith Devlin, The City as Symbol: Architecture and Ideology in Post-Soviet Moscow.
Responsibility: edited by Judith Devlin and Howard B. Clarke.


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"a posthumous Festschrift in honour of Albert Lovett ... organised by his colleagues in the strong history department of UCD, will stimulate readers with broad historical interests." Irish Times Read more...

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