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Power and popular culture in modern Ireland : essays in honour of James S. Donnelly, Jr.

Author: James S Donnelly; Michael de Nie; Sean Farrell
Publisher: Dublin ; Portland, OR : Irish Academic Press, 2010.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James S Donnelly; Michael de Nie; Sean Farrell
ISBN: 9780716530657 0716530651
OCLC Number: 620321087
Description: ix, 237 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction : power and popular culture in modern Ireland / Sean Farrell --
'Better off thrown behind a ditch' : Enniskillen workhouse during the Great Famine / Desmond McCabe and Cormac Ó Gráda --
The Great Famine in County Cork : a socio-medical analysis / Laurence M. Geary --
Accounting for catastrophe : William Wilde, the 1851 Irish census and the Great Famine / Peter Gray --
Minorities, majorities and demographic power : the Protestant and Catholic communities of Tipperary since 1660 / Liam Kennedy, Kerby A. Miller, Brian Gurrin --
Educating the poor in North Armagh : the Lurgan Free School, 1786-1795 / Sean Farrell --
John MacHale, Henry Cooke and the curious demise of the confessional state in Ireland / David W. Miller --
Orthaí and orthodoxy : healing charms in Irish popular religion / Nicholas Wolf --
From vernacular to 'traditional' : music in post-famine Ireland / Martin Dowling --
'The land for the people' : the Irish Revolution as a revolution of rising expectations / Timothy G. McMahon --
The slump and new frontiers : Irish-Catholic migration to interwar Britain / Matthew O'Brien --
Reflections / Michael de Nie.
Responsibility: editors, Michael De Nie and Sean Farrell.

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