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The Resource Re-imagining Ireland, edited by Andrew Higgins Wyndham

Re-imagining Ireland, edited by Andrew Higgins Wyndham

Label
Re-imagining Ireland
Title
Re-imagining Ireland
Statement of responsibility
edited by Andrew Higgins Wyndham
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Government publication
government publication of a state province territory dependency etc
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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1949-
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  • Wyndham, Andrew Higgins
  • Virginia Foundation for the Humanities and Public Policy
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  • Ireland
  • Northern Ireland
  • Ireland
  • Northern Ireland
  • Ireland
  • Northern Ireland
  • Ireland
  • Northern Ireland
Label
Re-imagining Ireland, edited by Andrew Higgins Wyndham
Instantiates
Publication
Note
"Published in association with the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities"--Jacket
Accompanying material
1 videodisc (DVD : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.)
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Foreword
  • Voices: Now Presenting, the Past
  • History, Memory, Diaspora
  • Re-Inventing the Past
  • The Triumph of Paisleyism: Re-Imagining the Future as the Past
  • Voices: Searching for Peace
  • The Peace Process
  • Re-Imagining Ireland: Unionism
  • The Peace Process
  • Making Peace in Northern Ireland
  • Peace and Northern Ireland
  • Re-Imagining Irish Revisionism
  • Voices: Border Crossings
  • The Two-Migrations Myth, the Scotch Irish, and Irish American Experience
  • Protestant Identity in a Borderland Context
  • Notes on Contributors
  • Index
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • Notes from the Notice Box: An Introduction
  • Voices: Stalking the Celtic Tiger
  • What Is the Celtic Tiger?
  • Poverty in the Midst of Prosperity
  • Celtic Tiger: Social and Cultural Implications
  • Between Europe and America
  • Finding Identity in a Global Context: 13 Ways of Looking at the Question
  • Voices: Out of Ireland
  • Ireland and Britain
  • Between Ireland and America
  • Forgetting to Remember
  • Re-Imagining Ireland: An Eclectic Retrospective
  • Beyond the Pale: Race, Ethnicity, and Irish Culture
  • Voices: Speaking of Difference
  • Green Yodel No.1
  • A Traveller's Story
  • Gangs of New York
  • Re-Imagining the Gaeltacht: Maps, Stories, and Places in the Mind
  • Voices: Language as Community
  • Poilin The Universe of the Gaeltacht
  • The Protestant Gael: A Scottish Perspective on Ireland
  • From An Leabhar Mor: Two Poems
  • Myths and Mind-sets, or How Can We Be Real?
  • Color Gallery: Ireland's Artistic Voices
  • Re-Imagining Irish Music and Dance
  • Voices: Rhythmic Reflections
  • Re-Imagining Irish Traditional Music
  • Re-Imagining Irish Dance
  • Moving Images: Cinema and the Re-Imagining of Ireland
  • Voices: Living with Hollywood
  • Hollywood and Ireland
  • The War of the Flea and Other Tales
  • Re-Imagining the Built Environment: Place, Community, and Neighborhood in the City of Dublin
Control code
005055485
Dimensions
25 cm. +
Extent
xxii, 273 p.
Isbn
9780813925448
Lccn
2006001345
Label
Re-imagining Ireland, edited by Andrew Higgins Wyndham
Publication
Note
"Published in association with the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities"--Jacket
Accompanying material
1 videodisc (DVD : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.)
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Contents
  • Foreword
  • Voices: Now Presenting, the Past
  • History, Memory, Diaspora
  • Re-Inventing the Past
  • The Triumph of Paisleyism: Re-Imagining the Future as the Past
  • Voices: Searching for Peace
  • The Peace Process
  • Re-Imagining Ireland: Unionism
  • The Peace Process
  • Making Peace in Northern Ireland
  • Peace and Northern Ireland
  • Re-Imagining Irish Revisionism
  • Voices: Border Crossings
  • The Two-Migrations Myth, the Scotch Irish, and Irish American Experience
  • Protestant Identity in a Borderland Context
  • Notes on Contributors
  • Index
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • Notes from the Notice Box: An Introduction
  • Voices: Stalking the Celtic Tiger
  • What Is the Celtic Tiger?
  • Poverty in the Midst of Prosperity
  • Celtic Tiger: Social and Cultural Implications
  • Between Europe and America
  • Finding Identity in a Global Context: 13 Ways of Looking at the Question
  • Voices: Out of Ireland
  • Ireland and Britain
  • Between Ireland and America
  • Forgetting to Remember
  • Re-Imagining Ireland: An Eclectic Retrospective
  • Beyond the Pale: Race, Ethnicity, and Irish Culture
  • Voices: Speaking of Difference
  • Green Yodel No.1
  • A Traveller's Story
  • Gangs of New York
  • Re-Imagining the Gaeltacht: Maps, Stories, and Places in the Mind
  • Voices: Language as Community
  • Poilin The Universe of the Gaeltacht
  • The Protestant Gael: A Scottish Perspective on Ireland
  • From An Leabhar Mor: Two Poems
  • Myths and Mind-sets, or How Can We Be Real?
  • Color Gallery: Ireland's Artistic Voices
  • Re-Imagining Irish Music and Dance
  • Voices: Rhythmic Reflections
  • Re-Imagining Irish Traditional Music
  • Re-Imagining Irish Dance
  • Moving Images: Cinema and the Re-Imagining of Ireland
  • Voices: Living with Hollywood
  • Hollywood and Ireland
  • The War of the Flea and Other Tales
  • Re-Imagining the Built Environment: Place, Community, and Neighborhood in the City of Dublin
Control code
005055485
Dimensions
25 cm. +
Extent
xxii, 273 p.
Isbn
9780813925448
Lccn
2006001345

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