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Heaven and Earth

Author: Peter McDonald (University of Oxford)

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Northern Irish Poetry And Theology

Gail McConnell. Northern Irish Poetry and Theology. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2014, xii + 262 pp.

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Reconfiguring Ireland’s Great Famine

Author: Enda Delaney (University of Edinburgh)

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L. Perry Curtis Jr. Notice to Quit: The Great Famine Evictions. Camden CT and Cork: Quinnipiac University Press and Cork University Press, 2015, 44 pp.  

Michael Foley. Death in Every Paragraph: Journalism and the Great Irish Famine. Camden CT and Cork: Quinnipiac University Press and Cork University Press, 2015, 48 pp.  

Gearóid Ó Tuathaigh. “I Mbéal an Bháis”: The Great Famine and the Language Shift in Nineteenth-Century Ireland. Camden CT and Cork: Quinnipiac University Press  and Cork University Press, 2015, 52 pp.

Robert Smart. Black Roads: The Famine in Irish Literature Camden CT and Cork: Quinnipiac University Press and Cork University Press, 2015, 44 pp.

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Dublin Memorialized

Author: Siobhán Purcell (National Unversity of Ireland, Galway)

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St. Patrick's Day

Thomas McGonigle. St. Patrick’s Day: another day in Dublin. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 2016, 244 pp.

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Fighting Empire at Home

Author: Gabriel Doherty (University College Cork)

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Paul Townend. The Road to Home Rule: Anti-Imperialism and the Irish National Movement. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press, Madison, 2017, xxii + 312 pp.

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Georgian Dublin Uncovered

Author: Gillian O’Brien (Liverpool John Moores University)

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Georgian Dublin

Diarmuid Ó Gráda. Georgian Dublin: The Forces That Shaped the City. Cork: Cork University Press, 2015, xii + 390 pp.

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Preface to The Great Irish Famine: Global Contexts

Author: Marguérite Corporaal (Radboud University Nijmegen) and Jason King (Irish Heritage Trust)

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This special issue of Breac examines “The Great Irish Famine: Global Contexts.” It brings together leading experts in the field with support from the International Network of Irish Famine Studies. The network was established in 2014 with funding from the Dutch research council NWO (project number 236-69-007). The special issue builds on recent studies such as Marguérite Corporaal and Jason King’s Irish Global Migration and Memory: Transnational Perspectives of Ireland’s Famine Exodus

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