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IRISH HISTORY BIBLIOGRAPHY
Table of Contents
I. Ireland: General Works.

A. Historiography;

B. Textbooks and Broad Interpretive Syntheses.

C. Edited Collections of Historical Essays.

D. Geography and Atlases.

E. Economy and Society.

F. Religion.

G. Culture, Language, Customs, etc.

H. Intellectual, Literary, and Cultural Studies.

I. Women and Gender.

J. County and Regional Histories.
II. Ulster.

A. General Works.

B. Politics.

C. Economic and Social.

D. Religion.

E. Culture, Language, and Literature.


III. Ancient and Medieval Ireland (Pre-History to the 1530s).

A. General and Historiographical.

B. Geography.

C. Ancient Ireland (before the Norman Conquest, ca. 1170).

D. Medieval Ireland (from the Norman Conquest to 1400s).

E. Early Tudor Ireland (1400s to 1530s).

F. Ancient and Medieval Dublin.

G. Women and Gender.

H. Culture, Customs, and Literature.

I. Art, Architecture, Archaeology, etc.

J. Other.
IV. Ireland and the Protestant Conquest, 1530s-1690s.

A. General Works.

B. 1530s to 1603: From Henry VIII through Elizabeth I.

C. 1603-1660: From the Early Stuarts through the Cromwellian Conquest.

D. 1660-1690s: From the Restoration through the "Glorious Revolution."

E. Economy and Society.

F. Religion, Culture, and Language.

G. Literature/Drama and Literary/Cultural Studies.


V. Eighteenth-Century Ireland.

A. General Works.

B. Protestants and Protestantism (General).

C. Catholics and the Catholic Church (General).

D. Politics and Government, 1690s-1770.

E. Reform, Revolution, and Reaction, 1770-1803.

F. Economic, Social, and Cultural.

G. Intellectual History, Literature, and Drama.

H. Other.
VI. Pre-Famine Ireland, 1800-1844.

A. General Works.

B. Politics and Government.

C. Economy and Society.

D. Religion.

E. Culture and Literature.

F. Other.
VII. The Famine Era, 1845-1870.

A. General Works.

B. The Great Famine and British Policies.

C. Politics.

D. Economy and Society.

E. Religion.

F. Culture and Literature.

G. Other.


VIII. Ireland and Home Rule: To the Death of Parnell, 1870-1891.

A. General Works.

B. Politics.

C. Economy and Society.

D. Religion.

E. Culture and Literature.

F. Other.
IX. Irish Nationalism and Unionism, 1891-1915.

A. General Works.

B. Politics and Government.

C. Economy and Society.

D. Religion.

E. Culture and Literature.

F. Other.

G. Memoirs of Rural Life in the Late 1800s and Early 1900s.


X. Ireland: Revolution, War, and Partition, 1916-1923.

A. General Works.

B. Politics and Government.

C. Economy and Society.

D. Religion.

E. Culture and Literature.

G. Other.
XI. Independent Ireland, 1922-1945.

A. General Works.

B. Government and Politics.

C. Economy and Society.

D. Religion.

E. Culture and Literature.


XII. Independent Ireland: World War II to the 21st Century.

A. General Works.

B. Government and Politics.

C. Economy and Society.

D. Religion.

E. Culture and Literature.

F. Memoirs of Modernizing Ireland.
XIII. Northern Ireland, 1920-1963.

A. General Works.

B. Politics and Government.

C. Economy and Society.

D. Ideology, Culture, and Literature.
XIV. Northern Ireland, 1963-2000s.

A. General Works.

B. Government, Politics, and the "Troubles."

1. Government and Politics: General.

2. Origins of the "Troubles," 1963-68.

3. The "Troubles" in Northern Ireland, 1968-98: General.

4. Catholic Nationalism and the "Troubles."

5. Protestant Unionism, Loyalism, and the "Troubles."

6. Other Political Parties and Movements.

7. The "Sunningdale Agreement": Power-Sharing and its Collapse, 1973-74.

8. British Politics, Policies, and Administration in the "Troubles."

9. The Irish Republic, Northern Ireland, and the "Troubles."

10. The "Peace Process," the "Good Friday Agreement" (1998), and After.

11. The U.S.A., Irish-America, and the "Troubles."

12. Political Programs, Critiques, and Proposed Solutions to the "Troubles."

13. Northern Ireland Conflict in Comparative/International Perspectives.

C. Economy and Society.

D. Religion.

E. Ideology, Identity, Culture, and Literature.

F. Autobiographies and Memoirs of the "Troubles."


IRISH HISTORY BIBLIOGRAPHY
[Kerby Miller: Revised Summer 2005]

contents

I. IRELAND: GENERAL WORKS
I.A. Ireland General: Historiography

Boyce, D. George, and Alan O’Day, eds. THE MAKING OF MODERN IRISH HISTORY: REVISIONISM AND THE REVISIONIST CONTROVERSY. London: Routledge, 1996.

_____________, and Roger Swift, eds. PROBLEMS AND PERSPECTIVES IN IRISH HISTORY SINCE 1800. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2004.

Bradshaw, Brendan, "Irish nationalism: An historical perspective," BULLÁN: AN IRISH STUDIES JOURNAL, 5, no. 1 (Summer/Fall 2000), 5-23.

Brady, Ciaran, ed. INTERPRETING IRISH HISTORY: THE DEBATE ON HISTORICAL REVISIONISM. Blackrock: Irish Academic Press, 1994. The best collection of essays on Revisionism and its critics.

_____________. IDEOLOGY AND THE HISTORIANS. HISTORICAL STUDIES, VOL. 17. Dublin, 1991.

Daly, Mary E., "Recent Writings on Modern Irish History: The Interaction between Past and Present," JOURNAL OF MODERN HISTORY, 69 (Sept. 1997), 512-33.

Foster, R. F. THE IRISH STORY: TELLING TALES AND MAKING IT UP IN IRELAND. London: Penguin, 2001.

Geary, Laurence M., and Margaret Kelleher, eds. NINETEENTH-CENTURY IRELAND: A GUIDE TO RECENT RESEARCH. Dublin: UCD Press, 2005.

Gibbons, Luke, “Constructing the Canon: Versions of National Identity,” in Seamus Deane, ed., THE FIELD DAY ANTHOLOGY OF IRISH WRITING (Derry: Field Day, 1991), vol. 1, pp. 950-1020; and “Challenging the Canon: Revisionism and Cultural Criticism,” in IBID., vol. 3, pp. 561-680.

Goodby, John, Alex Davis, Andrew Hadfield, and Eve Patten. IRISH STUDIES: THE ESSENTIAL GLOSSARY. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2002.

Hutton, Sean, and Paul Stewart, eds. IRELAND'S HISTORIES: ASPECTS OF STATE, SOCIETY AND IDEOLOGY. New York: Routledge, 1991.

Longley, Edna. THE LIVING STREAM: LITERATURE & REVISIONISM IN IRELAND. Bloodaxe Books, 1994.

McBride, Lawrence W., ed. READING IRISH HISTORIES: TEXTS, CONTEXTS, AND MEMORY IN MODERN IRELAND. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2002.

Ó Ceallaigh, D., ed. RECONSIDERATIONS OF IRISH HISTORY AND CULTURE. Dublin, 1994.

O'Mahony, Patrick, and Gerard Delanty. RETHINKING IRISH HISTORY: NATIONALISM, IDENTITY, AND IDEOLOGY. London: Macmillan, 1998. Arch-revisionist essays.

Ó Snodaigh, Padraig. TWO GODFATHERS OF REVISIONISM: 1916 IN THE REVISIONIST CANON. DubliN; Fulcrum Press, 1991. On Frs. Francis Shaw and F. X. Martin.

Ó Tuathaigh, Gearoid, “Ireland Under the Union: Historiographical Reflections,” AUSTRALIAN JOURNAL OF IRISH STUDIES,” 2 (2002), 1-21.

Walker, Brian. DANCING TO HISTORY’S TUNE: HISTORY, MYTH, AND POLITICS IN IRELAND. Belfast: Institute of Irish Studies, 1995-96.
I.B. Ireland General: Textbooks and Broad Interpretive Syntheses

Akenson, Donald Harman. THE UNITED STATES AND IRELAND. Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1973.

Beckett, J.C. THE MAKING OF MODERN IRELAND, 1603-1923. London: Faber & Faber, 1966.

Bottigheimer, Karl S. IRELAND AND THE IRISH: A SHORT HISTORY. New York: Columbia University Press, 1982.

Boyce, D. George. DEFENDERS OF THE UNION: BRITISH AND IRISH UNIONISM, 1800-1999. New York: Routledge, 2001.

______________. IRELAND, 1828-1923: FROM ASCENDANCY TO DEMOCRACY. Cambridge, Mass.: Blackwell, 1992.

______________. NATIONALISM IN IRELAND. London: Croon Helm, 1982; 3rd edition, Routledge, 1995.

______________. THE IRISH QUESTION AND BRITISH POLITICS, 1868-1986. London: Macmillan, 1988.

______________, and Alan O’Day. IRISH NATIONALISM: 1798 TO THE PRESENT. London: Routledge, 1999.

Comerford, R. V. IRELAND: INVENTING THE NATION. New York: Oxford University Press, 2003.

Cronin, Mike. HISTORY OF IRELAND. London: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003.

Curtis, Liz. THE CAUSE OF IRELAND: FROM THE UNITED IRISHMEN TO PARTITION. Belfast: Beyond the Pale Publications, 1995. "The first major radical history of Ireland for 20+ years."

Davies, Norman. THE ISLES: A HISTORY. New York: Oxford University Press, 1999.

Flynn, M. K. IDEOLOGY, MOBILIZATION AND THE NATION: THE RISE OF IRISH, BASQUE, AND CARLIST NATIONALIST MOVEMENTS IN THE NINETEENTH AND EARLY TWENTIETH CENTURIES. New York: St. Martin’s, 2000.

Foster, Robert F. MODERN IRELAND, 1600-1972. London: Allen Lane, 1988. Classic Revisionist textbook.

_____________. PADDY & MR. PUNCH: CONNECTIONS IN IRISH AND ENGLISH HISTORY. New York: Penguin, 1996.

_____________, ed. THE OXFORD ILLUSTRATED HISTORY OF IRELAND. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1989.

Fry, Peter Somerset, and Fiona Somerset Fry. A HISTORY OF IRELAND. 6th ed. New York: Routledge, 1991.

Garvin, Tom. THE EVOLUTION OF IRISH NATIONALIST POLITICS. Dublin: Gill and Macmillan, 1981.

Girvin, Brian. FROM UNION TO UNION: NATIONALISM, DEMOCRACY, AND RELIGION IN IRELAND--ACT OF UNION TO EU. Dublin: Gill and Macmillan, 2002.

Hachey, Thomas E. BRITAIN AND IRISH SEPARATISM: FROM THE FENIANS TO THE FREE STATE, 1867-1922. Chicago: Rand McNally, 1977.

Hachey, Thomas E., Joseph M. Hernon, Jr., and Lawrence J. McCaffrey. THE IRISH EXPERIENCE: A CONCISE HISTORY. Armonk, N.Y.: M. E. Sharpe, 1996 rev. ed.

Hechter, Michael. INTERNAL COLONIALISM: THE CELTIC FRINGE IN BRITISH NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT, 1536- 1966. Berkeley: University of California Press, 1975. Core-periphery analysis of Irish nationalism as a response to differential economic development within the British Isles.

Hoppen, K. Theodore. IRELAND SINCE 1800: CONFLICT AND CONFORMITY. 2nd edition. London: Longman, 1999.

Jackson, Alvin. A HISTORY OF IRELAND, 1798-1972. Malden, Mass.: Blackwell, 1998.

____________. HOME RULE: AN IRISH HISTORY, 1800-2000. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2004.

Kearney, Hugh. THE BRITISH ISLES: A HISTORY OF FOUR NATIONS. New York: Cambridge University Press, 1989.

Kee, Robert. THE GREEN FLAG: THE HISTORY OF IRISH NATIONALISM. New York: Delacorte Press, 1972.

Killeen, Richard. A SHORT HISTORY OF MODERN IRELAND. Dublin: Gill and Macmillan, 2003.

Lydon, James. THE MAKING OF IRELAND, FROM ANCIENT TIMES TO THE PRESENT. London: Routledge, 1997.

Lyons, F.S.L. IRELAND SINCE THE FAMINE. London: Weidenfeld & Nicholson, 1971.

McCaffrey, Lawrence J. IRELAND: FROM COLONY TO NATION STATE. Englewood Cliffs: Prentice-Hall, 1979.

MacDonagh, Oliver. IRELAND. Englewood Cliffs, N.J.: Prentice-Hall, 1968.

_______________. IRELAND: THE UNION AND ITS AFTERMATH. London: Allen & Unwin, 1977.

_______________. STATES OF MIND: A STUDY OF ANGLO-IRISH CONFLICT, 1780-1980. London: George Allen & Unwin, 1983.

MacLaughlin, Jim. REIMAGINING THE NATION STATE: THE CONTESTED TERRAINS OF NATION BUILDING. Sterling, Va.: Stylus, 2000. Tests theories of nation-building (by Gellner, Hechter, Nairn, etc.) against the examples of Irish nationalism and Ulster Unionism.

McLean, Iain, and Alistair McMillan. STATE OF THE UNION: UNIONISM AND THE ALTERNATIVES IN THE UNITED KINGDOM SINCE 1707. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005. Major new systhesis and interpretation.

Mansergh, Nicholas. THE IRISH QUESTION, 1840-1921. London: Allen & Unwin, 1965.

_______________. NATIONALISM AND INDEPENDENCE: SELECTED ESSAYS. Ed. by Diana Mansergh. Cork: Cork University Press, 1997.

Marx, Karl, and Frederick Engels. IRELAND AND THE IRISH QUESTION: A COLLECTION OF WRITINGS BY KARL MARX AND FREDERICK ENGELS. New York: International Publishers, 1972.

Moody, T. W., and F. X. Martin, eds. THE COURSE OF IRISH HISTORY. 4th edition. Lanham, Md.: Roberts Rinehart, 2001.

O'Farrell, Patrick. ENGLAND AND IRELAND SINCE 1800. New York: Oxford University Press, 1975.

_____________. IRELAND'S ENGLISH QUESTION: ANGLO-IRISH RELATIONS, 1534-1970. New York: Schocken, 1971.

Paor, Liam de. THE PEOPLES OF IRELAND : FROM PREHISTORY TO MODERN TIMES. Notre Dame, In.: Notre Dame University Press, 1986.

Ranelagh, John O'Beirne. A SHORT HISTORY OF IRELAND. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1983.

Stewart, A. T. Q. THE SHAPE OF IRISH HISTORY. Belfast: Blackstaff Press, 2001.

Strauss, Eric. IRISH NATIONALISM AND BRITISH DEMOCRACY. London: Methuen, 1951. Superb Marxist analysis.

Tanner, Marcus. IRELAND’S HOLY WARS: THE STRUGGLE FOR A NATION’S SOUL, 1500-2000. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2002. Interprets Irish history as an intractable religious conflict.

Tierney, Mark. MODERN IRELAND SINCE 1850. Dublin: Gill & Macmillan, 1978.

Townshend, Charles. POLITICAL VIOLENCE IN IRELAND: GOVERNMENT AND RESISTANCE SINCE 1848. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1983.

Walker, Brian. PAST AND PRESENT: HISTORY, IDENTITY, AND POLITICS IN IRELAND. Belfast: Institute of Irish Studies, 2000.

Walsh, Frank. THE FOUR NATIONS: A HISTORY OF THE UNITED KINGDOM. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2003.

Ward, Alan J. THE IRISH CONSTITUTIONAL TRADITION: RESPONSIBLE GOVERNMENT AND MODERN IRELAND, 1782-1992. Washington: Catholic University of America Press, 1994.

1. Encyclopedias and Fact Books

Boylan, Henry, ed. A DICTIONARY OF IRISH BIOGRAPHY. 3rd edition. Dublin: Gill & Macmillan, 1998.

Brady, Ciaran, ed. ENCYCLOPEDIA OF IRELAND: AN A-Z GUIDE TO ITS PEOPLE, PLACES, HISTORY AND CULTURE . New York: Oxford University Press, 2000.

Cleary, Joe, and Claire Connolly, eds. THE CAMBRIDGE COMPANION TO MODERN IRISH CULTURE. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005.

Connolly, Sean, ed. THE OXFORD COMPANION TO IRISH HISTORY. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997.

Craig, Patricia, ed. THE OXFORD BOOK OF IRELAND. New York: Oxford University Press, 1998.

Cross, Tom Peete. MOTIF-INDEX OF EARLY IRISH LITERATURE. Kraus reprint, 1969.

Donnelly, James S., Jr. ENCYCLOPEDIA OF IRISH HISTORY AND CULTURE. Two vols. Detroit: Thomson Gale, 2004.

Dunne, Seán, ed. THE CORK ANTHOLOGY. Cork: Cork University Press, 1993. Biography, literature, history, etc.

Hickey, D. J., and J. E. Doherty, comps. A DICTIONARY OF IRISH HISTORY, 1800-1980. Dublin: Gill & Macmillan, 1980.

Killeen, Richard. A TIMELINE OF IRISH HISTORY. Dublin: Gill and Macmillan, 2003.

Lalor, Brian, ed. THE ENCYCLOPEDIA OF IRELAND. New Haven: Yale University Press, 2003.

McCormack, W. J., ed. THE BLACKWELL COMPANION TO MODERN IRISH CULTURE. Oxford: Blackwell, 1999.

Vaughan, W. E., and A. J. Fitzpatrick. IRISH HISTORICAL STATISTICS: POPULATION, 1821-1971. Dublin: Royal Irish Academy, 1978.

Walker, Brian M., ed. PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION RESULTS IN IRELAND, 1801-1922. Dublin: Royal Irish Academy, 1978.

________________. PARLIAMENTARY ELECTION RESULTS IN IRELAND, 1918-92: IRISH ELECTIONS TO PARLIAMENTS AND PARLIAMENTARY ASSEMBLIES AT WESTMINSTER, BELFAST, DUBLIN, STRASBURG. Dublin: Royal Irish Academy, 1992.


I.C. Ireland General: Edited Collections of Historical Essays:

1. General:

Augusteijn, J., and M. Lyons, eds. IRISH HISTORY: A YEARBOOK. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2002. Collection of post-graduate essays on various subjects.

Boyce, D. George, and Roger Swift, eds. PROBLEMS AND PERSPECTIVES IN IRISH HISTORY SINCE 1800. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2004.

Brocklehurst, Helen, and Robert Phillips, eds. HISTORY, NATIONHOOD AND THE QUESTION OF BRITAIN. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2003.

Comerford, R. V., and Enda Delaney, eds. NATIONAL QUESTIONS: REFLECTIONS ON DANIEL O’CONNELL AND CONTEMPORARY IRELAND. Dublin: Wolfhound Press, 2000.

Connolly, S. J., ed. KINGDOMS UNITED? GREAT BRITAIN AND IRELAND SINCE 1500: INTEGRATION AND DIVERSITY. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 1998.

Corish, Patrick J., ed., RADICALS, REBELS AND ESTABLISHMENTS: HISTORICAL STUDIES XV. Belfast: Appletree Press, 1985.

Cosgrove, Art, and Donal McCartney, eds. STUDIES IN IRISH HISTORY, PRESENTED TO R. DUDLEY EDWARDS. Dublin: University College, Dublin, 1979.

Dunne, Tom, and Laurence M. Geary, eds. HISTORY AND PUBLIC LIFE: ESSAYS IN HONOUR OF JOHN A. MURPHY. Cork: Cork University Press, 2004-05.

English, Richard, and Joseph Morrison Skelly, eds. IDEAS MATTER: ESSAYS IN HONOR OF CONOR CRUISE O'BRIEN. London: Poolbeg, 1998.

Fanning, Charles. SELECTED WRITINGS OF JOHN V. KELLEHER ON IRELAND AND IRISH AMERICA. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press, 2002.

Gillespie, Raymond, ed. THE REMAKING OF MODERN IRELAND, 1750-1950: BECKETT PRIZE ESSAYS IN IRISH HISTORY, 1999-2000. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2004.

Hachey, Thomas E., and Lawrence J. McCaffrey, eds. PERSPECTIVES ON IRISH NATIONALISM. Lexington: University Press of Kentucky, 1989.

Kennedy, Liam. COLONIALISM, RELIGION, AND NATIONALISM IN IRELAND. Belfast: Institute of Irish Studies, 1995-96.

Lyons, F.S.L., and R.A.J. Hawkins, eds. IRELAND UNDER THE UNION: VARIETIES OF TENSION. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1980.

MacDonagh, Oliver, W. F. Mandle, and Pauric Travers, eds. IRISH CULTURE AND NATIONALISM, 1750-1950. Dublin: Gill & Macmillan, 1983.

McDowell, R. B. HISTORICAL ESSAYS, 1939-2001: A MISCELANY. Dublin: Lilliput Press, 2003.

Orel, Harold, ed. IRISH HISTORY AND CULTURE: ASPECTS OF A PEOPLE’S HERITAGE. Lawrence: University of Kansas Press, 1976.

Wichert, Sabine, eds. FROM THE UNITED IRISHMEN TO TWENTIETH-CENTURY UNIONISM: ESSAYS IN HONOUR OF A. T. Q. STEWART. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2004.

2. Special Subjects:

Bartlett, Thomas, and Keith Jeffrey, eds., A NEW MILITARY HISTORY OF IRELAND. London: Cambridge University Press, 1996.

Boyce, D. George, Robert Eccleshall, and Vincent Geoghegan, eds. POLITICAL THOUGHT IN IRELAND SINCE THE SEVENTEENTH CENTURY. New York: Routledge, 1993.

Brady, Ciaran, ed. WORSTED IN THE GAME: LOSERS IN IRISH HISTORY. Dublin, 1989.

Farrell, Brian, ed. THE IRISH PARLIAMENTARY TRADITION. Dublin: Gill & Macmillan, 1977.

Jeffrey, Keith, ed. “AN IRISH EMPIRE?” ASPECTS OF IRELAND AND THE BRITISH EMPIRE. Manchester: Manchester University Press, 1995-96.

Kenny, Kevin, ed. IRELAND AND THE BRITISH EMPIRE. New York: Oxford University Press, 2004.

McDonough, Terrence, ed. WAS IRELAND A COLONY? ECONOMICS, POLITICS AND CULTURE IN NINETEENTH- CENTURY IRELAND. Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 2005.



3. Comparative:

Alexander, Neal, Shane Murphy, and Anne Oakman, eds. TO THE OTHER SHORE: CROSS-CURRENTS IN IRISH AND SCOTTISH STUDIES. Belfast: Institute of Irish Studies, 2004.

Clancy, P. M. Kelly, J. Wiatr, and R. Zoltaniecki, eds. IRELAND AND POLAND: COMPARATIVE PERSPECTIVES. Dublin: UCD Press, 1991.

Connolly, S. J., ed. CONFLICT AND IDENTITY IN THE HISTORY OF SCOTLAND AND IRELAND FROM THE SEVENTEENTH TO THE TWENTIETH CENTURY. Preston, 1993.

____________, R. A. Houston, and R. J. Morris, eds. CONFLICT, IDENTITY AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT: IRELAND AND SCOTLAND, 1600-1939. Preston: Carnegie, 1996.

Cook, Scott B. IMPERIAL AFFINITIES: NINETEENTH-CENTURY ANALOGIES AND EXCHANGES BETWEEN INDIA AND IRELAND. Newbury Park: Sage Publications, 1993.

Cullen, Louis M, and T.C. Smout, eds. COMPARATIVE ASPECTS OF SCOTTISH AND IRISH ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL HISTORY, 1600-1900. Edinburgh: John Donald, 1976.

Devine, T. M., and J. F. McMillan, eds. CELEBRATING COLUMBA: IRISH-SCOTTISH CONNECTIONS, 597-1997. Edinburgh: John Donald, 1999.

Graham, Colin, and Leon Litvack, eds. IRELAND AND EUROPE IN THE NINETEENTH CENTURY. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2005.

McIlvanney, Liam, and Ray Ryan, eds. IRELAND AND SCOTLAND: CULTURE AND SOCIETY, 1700-2000. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2004.


I.D. Ireland General: Geography and Atlases

Aalen, F. H. A. MAN AND THE LANDSCAPE IN IRELAND. London: Academic Press, 1978.

___________, and Kevin Whelan, eds. ATLAS OF THE IRISH RURAL LANDSCAPE. Cork: Cork University Press, 1997.

Andrews, J. H. A PAPER LANDSCAPE: THE ORDNANCE SURVEY IN NINETEENTH-CENTURY IRELAND. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1975.

__________. INTERPRETING THE IRISH LANDSCAPE: EXPLORATIONS IN SETTLEMENT HISTORY. Dublin: Four Courts Press, 1996.

__________. SHAPES OF IRELAND: MAPS AND THEIR MAKERS, 1564-1839. Dublin: Geography Publications, 1997.

Barry, Terry, ed. A HISTORY OF SETTLEMENT IN IRELAND. London: Routledge, 2000.

Buchanan, R. H., Emrys Jones, and Desmond McCourt, eds. MAN AND HIS HABITAT: ESSAYS PRESENTED TO EMYR ESTYN EVANS. New York: Barnes & Noble, 1971.

Duffy, Sean, ed. ATLAS OF IRISH HISTORY. Dublin, 1997.

Edwards, Ruth Dudley. AN ATLAS OF IRISH HISTORY. London: Methuen, 1973.

Evans, E. Estyn. IRISH FOLK WAYS. London: Routledge & Kegan Paul, 1957. Evans' books focus heavily on Ulster.

. IRISH HERITAGE: THE LANDSCAPE, THE PEOPLE, AND THEIR WORK. Dundalk: Dundalgan Press, 1967.

. THE PERSONALITY OF IRELAND: HABITAT, HERITAGE, AND HISTORY. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1973.

Freeman, T. W. IRELAND: A GENERAL AND REGIONAL GEOGRAPHY. 4th revised edition. London: M

ethuen, 1972.

Graham, Brian, ed. IN SEARCH OF IRELAND: A CULTURAL GEOGRAPHY. New York: Routledge, 1997.

Graham, B. J., and L. J. Proudfoot, eds. AN HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY OF IRELAND. London: Academic Press, 1993.

Irish National Committee for Geography. ATLAS OF IRELAND. Dublin: Royal Irish Academy, 1979.

Mitchell, Frank, and Michael Ryan. READING THE IRISH LANDSCAPE. Roberts Rinehart, 1997. Environmental history, from ancient times.

Nolan, William, ed. THE SHAPING OF IRELAND: THE GEOGRAPHICAL PERSPECTIVE. Cork: Mercier Press, 1986.

Orme, A. R. IRELAND. Chicago: Aldine, 1970.

Smyth, William J., and Kevin Whelan, eds. COMMON GROUND: ESSAYS ON THE HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY OF IRELAND, PRESENTED TO T. JONES HUGHES. Cork: Cork University Press, 1988.

Stephens, N., and R. Glasscock, eds. IRISH GEOGRAPHICAL STUDIES IN HONOUR OF E. ESTYN EVANS (1970).

Thomas, Colin, ed. RURAL LANDSCAPES AND COMMUNITIES: ESSAYS PRESENTED TO DESMOND McCOURT. Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 1986.


I.E. Ireland General: Economy and Society:

1. General and Comparative:

Beckett, J.C. THE ANGLO-IRISH TRADITION. London: Faber & Faber, 1976.

Connery, Donald S. THE IRISH. Revised ed. New York: Simon and Schuster, 1970.

Cullen, Louis M. LIFE IN IRELAND. London: Batsford, 1968.

____________. THE EMERGENCE OF MODERN IRELAND, 1600-1900. Dublin: Gill & Macmillan, 1981.

____________, and T.C. Smout, eds. COMPARATIVE ASPECTS OF SCOTTISH AND IRISH ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL HISTORY, 1600-1900. Edinburgh: John Donald, 1976.

Daly, Mary E. SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC HISTORY OF IRELAND SINCE 1800. Dublin: Educational Company of Ireland, 1981.

Devine, T.M., and David Dickson, eds. IRELAND AND SCOTLAND, 1600-1850: PARALLELS AND CONTRASTS IN ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT. Edinburgh: John Donald, 1983.

Dickson, David, and Cormac Ó Gráda, eds. REFIGURING IRELAND: ESSAYS IN HONOUR OF L. M. CULLEN. Dublin: Lilliput Press, 2003.

Drudy, P. J., ed. IRISH STUDIES 2: IRELAND--LAND, POLITICS, AND PEOPLE. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1982.

Goldstrom, J. M., and L. A. Clarkson, eds. IRISH POPULATION, ECONOMY, AND SOCIETY: ESSAYS IN HONOUR OF THE LATE K. H. CONNELL. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1981.

Kennedy, Kieran A., ed. FROM FAMINE TO FEAST: ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL CHANGE IN IRELAND, 1847-1997. Dublin: Institute of Public Administration, 1998.

O'Faolain, Sean. THE IRISH: A CHARACTER STUDY. New York: Devin-Adair, 1949.

Silverman, Marilyn, and P. H. Gulliver, eds. APPROACHING THE PAST: HISTORICAL ANTHROPOLOGY THROUGH IRISH CASE STUDIES. New York: Columbia University Press, 1992.




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