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Historical Research virtual issue: Anglo-Irish relations

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To mark the centenary of the Easter Rising we have put together a collection of previously published articles from Historical Research and podcasts from the IHR research seminar series on the theme of Anglo-Irish relations. This content can be accessed freely for a limited period.

 

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Contents:

A window on mid-Tudor Ireland: the ‘Matters’ against Lord Deputy St. Leger Christopher Maginn

Memories of violence and New English identities in early modern Ireland Joan Redmond

Fashioning victims: Dr. Henry Jones and the plight of Irish Protestants, 1642 Joseph Cope

The establishment of a statutory militia in Ireland, 1692–1716: legislative processes and Protestant mentalities Neal Garnham

‘The true remedy for Irish grievances is to be found in good political institutions’: English radicals and Irish nationalism, 1847–74  Anthony Daly

New Liberalism, J. L. Hammond and the Irish Problem, 1897–1949 G. K. Peatling

‘Abandon Hibernicisation’: priests, Ribbonmen and an Irish street fight in the north-east of England in 1858 Donald M. MacRaild

The army, the press and the ‘Curragh incident’, March 1914 M. L. Connelly

‘The other boys of Kilmichael’: No. 2 Section, ‘C’ Company, Auxiliary Division Royal Irish Constabulary, 28 November 1920 Andrew Nelson

Podcasts

A Sinew of Power? Ireland and the Fiscal-Military State, 1690-1782
Patrick Walsh (British History in the Long 18th Century seminar)

The Murder of Joseph Burke: A Case Study in Conflicting Loyalties in Cork City during the Anglo-Irish Conflict 1919-1922
William Sheehan (Cities and Nationalisms seminar)

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