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Irish perspectives

Militant (Ireland)

Irish perspectives

the south : August 1977.

by Militant (Ireland)

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Published by Militant in Dublin .
Written in English


The Physical Object
Pagination26p. ;
Number of Pages26
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL17338549M

  Traditional Music and Irish Society proposes an enterprising (and sorely needed) attempt to historicize Irish traditional music by explaining its morphology, dissemination, and cultural value as an expression of social, economic, and political modernity. It is explicitly written against what Dowling regards as the grain of current Author: Harry White.   This volume does exactly what the title suggests and provides new perspectives on the Irish in Scotland. It does not limit itself to studying the experience of Catholics, but also addresses the experience of Irish Protestants. Martin Mitchell establishes the tone of the book by challenging the widely held view that Irish Catholics in the Cited by: 6.

  The chapters included here open up new perspectives on central debates and events in Irish history. They illuminate numerous transnational lives, follow flows and ties across Irish borders, and trace networks and links with Europe, North America, the Caribbean, Australia and the British : Niall Whelehan. The Irish Supreme Court Historical and Comparative Perspectives Brice Dickson. This book tells the story of the Supreme Court of Ireland from its establishment in to the present day. It explores its constitutional role, its contribution to Irish public and private law more generally, its view on the status and legal system of Northern.

New Perspectives on the Irish Catholic Tradition is a book of essays based on articles previously published in Position Papers. This is a monthly journal which explores theoretical and practical aspects of the Catholic faith, particularly as it is lived out in Ireland. The Irish Filmography: Fiction Films is a page reference catalog of movies and short films produced from to in Ireland, or about Ireland and the Irish. It was published in by Red Mountain Press, a company in Dublin, chief editor was Kevin Rockett.. The catalog has a title index of approximately 2, : Kevin Rockett.


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