Ghost Haunted Land

Author: Declan Long
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 1526121867
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In Ghost-Haunted Land - the first book-length examination of post-Troubles contemporary art - Declan Long highlights artists who have reflected on the ongoing anxieties of aftermath.

Northern Ireland Since 1969

Author: Paul Dixon
Publisher: Routledge
ISBN: 1317866568
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Written by acknowledged experts and supported by extracts from historical Documents, a Chronology, Glossary, Who’s Who of key figures and Guide to Further Reading, Seminar Studies in History are the essential guides to understanding a ...

The Troubles In Ballybogoin

Author: William F. Kelleher
Publisher: University of Michigan Press
ISBN: 0472089781
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Memory and Identity in Northern Ireland William F. Kelleher. complex attempt to
create coherence in a space populated by antagonistic and elusive 'others'” who,
in battle and beyond it, could not be located. Ireland was marked by cultural
borders, and its landscape was confusing and “its inhabitants incomprehensible”
to the cartographers and those who used their maps (Baker 1993, 79–80). The
English could not make sense of Irish territory during the battles that raged during
the ...

The Politics Of Memoir And The Northern Ireland Conflict

Author: Stephen Hopkins
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 1781385688
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This book examines memoir-writing by many of the key political actors in the Northern Irish Troubles (19691998), and argues that memoir has been a neglected dimension of the study of the legacies of the violent conflict.

Teens And Territory In Post Conflict Belfast

Author: Madeleine Leonard
Publisher: Oxford University Press
ISBN: 0719096243
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This book provides a thought provoking and comprehensive account of teenagers' perceptions and experiences of the physical and symbolic divisions that exist in 'post conflict' Belfast.

Northern Ireland S Troubles

Author: Marie-Therese Fay
ISBN: 9780745313795
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of the Constitution of the Republic of Ireland, which claim the whole of Ireland as
national territory, infuriates the Unionists. 'The Northern Unionists object not only
to the fundamental nature of the claim to the territory of Northern Ireland, but to
the pseudo- legality which it affords to the Provisional IRA's campaign of violence
in the North' (McCartney et al., 1981: p. 2). Unionists are infuriated. 'The claim to
sovereignty . . . provides an ideological umbrella which gave shelter to several ...

Contemporary Ireland

Author: Eoin O'Malley
Publisher: Palgrave Macmillan
ISBN: 0230343821
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Ireland, Northern Ireland and the world The issue of Northern Ireland and the
relationship with Britain is at the forefront of every aspect of Ireland's foreign
policy. The partition of Ireland was sorely felt by ... each other was never going to
work as policy if ending partition was the goal, and the more cordial, if formal,
relationship of the 1960s sparked off suspicion in the more extreme parts of the
unionist community that led to the outbreak of the Troubles. British governments
had allowed ...

A Short History Of The Troubles

Author: Brian Feeney
Publisher: The O'Brien Press
ISBN: 1847176585
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Unionists were aghast that Northern Ireland, their State, the place the British had
given them in 1921 to enable them to secure their position in Ireland, had been
the subject of negotiations with the Irish government, the very entity which
officially laid claim to the territory of Northern Ireland. That same Irish government
was now to have a consultative role in running the North. Not only had all this
been done without Unionists' consent, it had been done behind closed doors,
with no input ...