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Begging, Charity and Religion in Pre-Famine Ireland$

Ciarán McCabe

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9781786941572

Published to Liverpool Scholarship Online: September 2019

DOI: 10.3828/liverpool/9781786941572.001.0001

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Begging, Charity and Religion in Pre-Famine Ireland

Ciarán McCabe

Liverpool University Press

(p.i) Begging, Charity and Religion in Pre-Famine Ireland

Reappraisals in Irish History

(p.iii) Begging, Charity and Religion in Pre-Famine Ireland

Editors Enda Delaney (University of Edinburgh)

Maria Luddy (University of Warwick)

Ciaran O’Neill (Trinity College Dublin)

Reappraisals in Irish History offers new insights into Irish history, society and culture from 1750. Recognising the many methodologies that make up historical research, the series presents innovative and interdisciplinary work that is conceptual and interpretative, and expands and challenges the common understandings of the Irish past. It showcases new and exciting scholarship on subjects such as the history of gender, power, class, the body, landscape, memory and social and cultural change. It also reflects the diversity of Irish historical writing, since it includes titles that are empirically sophisticated together with conceptually driven synoptic studies.

(p.ii) 1. Jonathan Jeffrey Wright, The ‘Natural Leaders’ and their World: Politics, Culture and Society in Belfast, c.1801–1832

2. Gerardine Meaney, Mary O’Dowd and Bernadette Whelan, Reading the Irish Woman: Studies in Cultural Encounters and Exchange, 1714–1960

3. Emily Mark-FitzGerald, Commemorating the Irish Famine: Memory and the Monument

4. Virginia Crossman, Poverty and the Poor Law in Ireland 1850–1914

5. Paul Taylor, Heroes or Traitors? Experiences of Southern Irish Soldiers Returning from the Great War 1919–39

6. Paul Huddie, The Crimean War and Irish Society

7. Brian Hughes, Defying the IRA?

8. Laura Kelly, Irish medical education and student culture, c.1850–1950

9. Michael Dwyer, Strangling Angel: Diphtheria and childhood immunization in Ireland

10. Carole Holohan, Reframing Irish Youth in the Sixties

11. Lindsey Flewelling, Two Irelands beyond the Sea: Ulster Unionism and America, 1880–1920

12. Kyle Hughes and Donald MacRaild, Ribbon Societies in Nineteenth-Century Ireland and its Diaspora: The Persistence of Tradition


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