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An Irish Century: Studies 1912-2012

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Informationen zum Autor Bryan Fanning is a Professor in the School of Applied Social Science at University College Dublin. He is t... Weiterlesen
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Informationen zum Autor Bryan Fanning is a Professor in the School of Applied Social Science at University College Dublin. He is the author of The Quest for Modern Ireland: The Battle of Ideas 1912-1986 (2008)! New Guests of the Irish Nation (2009) and Immigration and Social Cohesion in the Republic of Ireland (2011). Klappentext After the Irish War of Independence and Civil War! the journal Studies hosted the mainstream social! economic! constitutional and political debates that shaped the new state. This title addresses the key events! crises and challenges that have shaped Irish society - the 1916 Rising! the First World War! child abuse and immigration. Zusammenfassung After the Irish War of Independence and Civil War! the journal Studies hosted the mainstream social! economic! constitutional and political debates that shaped the new state. This title addresses the key events! crises and challenges that have shaped Irish society - the 1916 Rising! the First World War! child abuse and immigration. Inhaltsverzeichnis BRYAN FANNING: Introduction: Studies 1912-2012; STEPHEN COLLINS: John Redmond (2009); PATRICK PEARSE: Some Aspects of Irish Literature (1913); ARTHUR E. CLERY: Votes for Youth (1915); DENIS GWYNN: Thomas Kettle 1880-1916 (1966); SEAN F. LEMASS: I Remember 1916 (1966); FRANCIS SHAW SJ: The Canon of Irish History: A Challenge (1972); HENRY V. GILL SJ: The Fate of the Irish Flag at Ypres (1919); GEORGE RUSSELL (AE): Lessons of Revolution (1923); FINOLA KENNEDY: The Suppression of the Carrigan Report (2000); JOHN MAYNARD KEYNES: National Self-Sufficiency (1933); DANIEL A. BINCHY: Adolf Hitler (1933); DERMOT KEOGH: The Jesuits and the 1937 Constitution (1989); MICHAEL TIERNEY: Daniel O'Connell and the Irish Past (1938); DANIEL A. BINCHY: Reply to Tierney (1938); PATRICK LYNCH: The Economist and Public Policy (1953); DONAL BARRINGTON: Uniting Ireland (1957); SEAN O'FAOLAIN: Fifty Years of Irish Writing (1962); AUGUSTINE MARTIN: Inherited Dissent: The Dilemma of the Irish Writer (1965); JOHN BRADY SJ: Pluralism and Northern Ireland (1978); JOHN SWEENEY: The Challenge of Social Inequality (1983); RAYMOND CROTTY: T. K. Whitaker (1984); MARGARET MAC CURTAIN: Moving Statues and Irishwomen (1987); TOM GARVIN: Reflections on Current Discontents (1989); TONY FAHEY: Growth and Decline of Churchly Religion (1995); EAMON MAHER: Interview with John McGahern (2001); MARY KENNY: Forty Years On (2003); NEIL SOUTHERN: Paisleyism: A Theological Inquiry (2004); FERGUS O'DONOGHUE SJ: The Doghouse No Longer Feels Lonely (2008-9); BRYAN FANNING: Immigration and Social Cohesion (2009); SEAMUS MURPHY SJ: No Cheap Grace (2010); Index. ...

Klappentext

After the Irish War of Independence and Civil War, the journal Studies hosted the mainstream social, economic, constitutional and political debates that shaped the new state. This title addresses the key events, crises and challenges that have shaped Irish society - the 1916 Rising, the First World War, child abuse and immigration.



Inhalt

BRYAN FANNING: Introduction: Studies 1912-2012; STEPHEN COLLINS: John Redmond (2009); PATRICK PEARSE: Some Aspects of Irish Literature (1913); ARTHUR E. CLERY: Votes for Youth (1915); DENIS GWYNN: Thomas Kettle 1880-1916 (1966); SEAN F. LEMASS: I Remember 1916 (1966); FRANCIS SHAW SJ: The Canon of Irish History: A Challenge (1972); HENRY V. GILL SJ: The Fate of the Irish Flag at Ypres (1919); GEORGE RUSSELL (AE): Lessons of Revolution (1923); FINOLA KENNEDY: The Suppression of the Carrigan Report (2000); JOHN MAYNARD KEYNES: National Self-Sufficiency (1933); DANIEL A. BINCHY: Adolf Hitler (1933); DERMOT KEOGH: The Jesuits and the 1937 Constitution (1989); MICHAEL TIERNEY: Daniel O'Connell and the Irish Past (1938); DANIEL A. BINCHY: Reply to Tierney (1938); PATRICK LYNCH: The Economist and Public Policy (1953); DONAL BARRINGTON: Uniting Ireland (1957); SEAN O'FAOLAIN: Fifty Years of Irish Writing (1962); AUGUSTINE MARTIN: Inherited Dissent: The Dilemma of the Irish Writer (1965); JOHN BRADY SJ: Pluralism and Northern Ireland (1978); JOHN SWEENEY: The Challenge of Social Inequality (1983); RAYMOND CROTTY: T. K. Whitaker (1984); MARGARET MAC CURTAIN: Moving Statues and Irishwomen (1987); TOM GARVIN: Reflections on Current Discontents (1989); TONY FAHEY: Growth and Decline of Churchly Religion (1995); EAMON MAHER: Interview with John McGahern (2001); MARY KENNY: Forty Years On (2003); NEIL SOUTHERN: Paisleyism: A Theological Inquiry (2004); FERGUS O'DONOGHUE SJ: The Doghouse No Longer Feels Lonely (2008-9); BRYAN FANNING: Immigration and Social Cohesion (2009); SEAMUS MURPHY SJ: No Cheap Grace (2010); Index.

Produktinformationen

Titel: An Irish Century: Studies 1912-2012
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EAN: 9781906359652
ISBN: 978-1-906359-65-2
Format: Fester Einband
Herausgeber: University College Dublin Press
Genre: Geschichte
Anzahl Seiten: 352
Gewicht: 688g
Größe: H233mm x B164mm x T33mm
Jahr: 2012
Auflage: New.
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