Together, the Catholic Church and Fianna Fail held up 20th-century Irish life. Filling a crucial gap in the literature, M.P. McCabe examines their relationship at the birth of the modern Irish state. The result is a study of rhetoric giving way to pragmatism.

Together, the Catholic Church and Fianna Fail held up Irish life. Filling a crucial gap in the literature, M. McCabe examines their relationship at the birth of the modern Irish state. The result is a study of rhetoric giving way to pragmatism.

Based on 42 interviews, Irish Women at Work 1930-1960 contains the stories of Irish women’s working lives, as located in the broader context of their family life experiences, schooling, and aspirations.

Based on 42 interviews, Irish Women at Work contains the stories of Irish women’s working lives, as located in the broader context of their family life experiences, schooling, and aspirations.

The history of medieval Dublin is extraordinarily rich and complex. This book is a tribute to some of Ireland’s most distinguished medieval scholars and a further contribution by The Friends of Medieval Dublin to their diffusion of knowledge of the history of this remarkable city.

Medieval Dublin: The Making of a Metropolis

Elsie Henry’s diaries from 1913-1919 are a personal record of wartime life in Ireland. It is both a detailed narrative from a female perspective of this turbulent period in Irish history, and the personal work of a talented writer.

Elsie Henry’s diaries from are a personal record of wartime life in Ireland. It is both a detailed narrative from a female perspective of this turbulent period in Irish history, and the personal work of a talented writer.

With the succes of the film Albert Nobbs (2012), George Moore has re-entered the public consciousness. This collection provides a taste of what George Moore has to offer a modern reader.

With the succes of the film Albert Nobbs George Moore has re-entered the public consciousness. This collection provides a taste of what George Moore has to offer a modern reader.

This accessible book focuses on Irish experiences in the most popular destination for Irish emigration in the twentieth century – London and the south-east of England – in the times of The Troubles.

This accessible book focuses on Irish experiences in the most popular destination for Irish emigration in the twentieth century – London and the south-east of England – in the times of The Troubles.

In 1613, Belfast was granted its Royal Charter as a borough.Three hundred years later, Belfast was a city of international importance. Focusing on the people of the city, this book reveals the rich and varied experiences of life in the emerging city.

In Belfast was granted its Royal Charter as a borough.Three hundred years later, Belfast was a city of international importance. Focusing on the people of the city, this book reveals the rich and varied experiences of life in the emerging city.

Tom Clarke was the architect of the 1916 Rising, one of the most important events in Irish history. However, relatively little is known about him. Clarke is here brought to life through the letters he wrote to family and friends over a seventeen-year period.

Tom Clarke was the architect of the 1916 Rising, one of the most important events in Irish history. However, relatively little is known about him. Clarke is here brought to life through the letters he wrote to family and friends over a seventeen-year period.

John Charles McQuaid was a voluminous correspondent. This book exposes the venom and charity of this prelate, whose correspondents ranged from Crumlin housewives to papal nunc

John Charles McQuaid was a voluminous correspondent. This book exposes the venom and charity of this prelate, whose correspondents ranged from Crumlin housewives to papal nunc

In a historical thriller set in Ireland, America and Europe in the 1920s and 30s, Lucy Costigan examines the secret inner world of Arthur Kingsley Porter and his legendary disappearance in 1933.

In a historical thriller set in Ireland, America and Europe in the and Lucy Costigan examines the secret inner world of Arthur Kingsley Porter and his legendary disappearance in

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