Books Spring 2012

A catalogue of the books released by the Irish Academic Press for the season Spring 2012
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Painstakingly researched and sprinkled with entries covering Titanic memorabilia, The RMS Titanic Miscellany – now available in paperback – will bring hours of reading pleasure to everyone who is intrigued with the enormity, grandeur, and mystique associated with the Titanic.

Painstakingly researched and sprinkled with entries covering Titanic memorabilia, The RMS Titanic Miscellany – now available in paperback – will bring hours of reading pleasure to everyone who is intrigued with the enormity, grandeur, and mystique associated with the Titanic.

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

This book provides new insight upon themes from Irish history by acknowledging new approaches to research and writing within the historical discipline. Choice, the academic library journal, named it an Outstanding Academic Title 2011.

This book provides new insight upon themes from Irish history by acknowledging new approaches to research and writing within the historical discipline. Choice, the academic library journal, named it an Outstanding Academic Title

As the first anthology of Famine literature, Recollecting Hunger contains both well-known material by acclaimed authors and more obscure texts. It is an excellent text for teaching students at all levels.

As the first anthology of Famine literature, Recollecting Hunger contains both well-known material by acclaimed authors and more obscure texts. It is an excellent text for teaching students at all levels.

Exploring Irish rock music’s relationship to the wider world, this accessible study of popular music applies a focus on popular music to debates traditionally concerned with literature and drama.

Exploring Irish rock music’s relationship to the wider world, this accessible study of popular music applies a focus on popular music to debates traditionally concerned with literature and drama.

When Martial Law was declared by Westminster in 1920, the courts and civil authorities came under military control. This book details many of the trials that took place under these conditions.

When Martial Law was declared by Westminster in the courts and civil authorities came under military control. This book details many of the trials that took place under these conditions.

This volume challenges the idea that Ireland existed on the fringe of Europe during the 19th century and explores the general theme of ‘Ireland and Europe’ from different and fascinating perspectives.

Brian Heffernan (Ed.) This volume challenges the idea that Ireland existed on the fringe of Europe during the century and explores the general theme of ‘Ireland and Europe’ from different and fascinating perspectives.

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