Catalogue of Dissertations completed in the School of Historical Studies, University of LeicesterCatalogue of Dissertations completed in the School of Historical Studies, University of Leicester
Gaps in the tables have been left where information has not been provided on the dissertation. If a submission date has not been included but it has been possible to suggest a date due to the location of the dissertation in 5 Salisbury Road
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Nationalism and Famine: The Role of Hunger in the Tibet ConflictNationalism and Famine: The Role of Hunger in the Tibet Conflict
The first part of this article will review nationalist narratives of the Irish, Vietnamese and Ukrainian famines. For the Irish and Ukrainian case
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St. Patrick\St. Patrick's Day in the usa how the Immigrants' Culture became popular
It must be mentioned that because of the religious meaning of the story, and since one of the most important sources is Patrick's biography “Confessio”
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Faculty of Arts Department of English and American StudiesFaculty of Arts Department of English and American Studies
Protestant and Catholic, as I think all of them had their share in how the Irish nationality developed. I would like to add some historical background information that is essential for understanding opinions and views of some particular person
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The Luck of the Scottish: a revision of the Universal British Emigration ExperienceThe Luck of the Scottish: a revision of the Universal British Emigration Experience
Only through analyzing these variables can one begin to comprehend the statistics from the period. The mid nineteenth century was most certainly a time of devastating famines and disease ridden ships, however
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Immigration and Scottish society (1) Irish emigration to Scotland in the 19th and 20th centuries Early emigrationImmigration and Scottish society (1) Irish emigration to Scotland in the 19th and 20th centuries Early emigration
Irish roots were beginning to be laid in Scotland. Prior to the great famine of 1846–7, emigration from Ireland could best be described as a trickle. After the famine it became a flood
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An introduction to migration and empireAn introduction to migration and empire
Australia, Canada and parts of the British Empire. Many of these emigrants were young. Although the origins of this dispersal have been popularly thought to have been rural, a result of the Highland Clearances
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