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The Resource Was Ireland a colony? : economics, politics, and culture in nineteenth-century Ireland, editor, Terrence McDonough

Was Ireland a colony? : economics, politics, and culture in nineteenth-century Ireland, editor, Terrence McDonough

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Was Ireland a colony? : economics, politics, and culture in nineteenth-century Ireland
Title
Was Ireland a colony?
Title remainder
economics, politics, and culture in nineteenth-century Ireland
Statement of responsibility
editor, Terrence McDonough
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Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
IEKBE
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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McDonough, Terrence
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  • Ireland
  • British
  • Ireland
  • Great Britain
  • Ireland
  • Ireland
  • Ireland
Label
Was Ireland a colony? : economics, politics, and culture in nineteenth-century Ireland, editor, Terrence McDonough
Instantiates
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [337]-356)
Contents
Ireland and the Atlantic economy / Denis O'Hearn -- Colonialism, feudalism, and the mode of production in nineteenth-century Ireland / Terrence McDonough, Eamonn Slater -- Was Ireland a colony? the evidence of the Great Famine / Christine Kinealy -- The material implications of colonialism in early nineteenth-century Ireland / Charles E. Orser Jr -- 'Irelands's last fetter struck off': the lord lieutenancy debate, 1800-67 / Peter Gray -- Colonial perspectives on local government in nineteenth-century Ireland / Virginia Crossman -- Hunting & shooting-leisure, social networking and social complications. microhistorical perspectives on colonial structures and individual practices-the Grehan family, Clonmeen house, Ireland / Nicola Drucker -- The sinews of empire: Ireland, India and the construction of British colonial knowledge / Tony Ballantyne / Defining colony and empire in early nineteenth-century Irish nationalism / Sean Ryder -- 'Becoming a race apart': representing Irish racial difference and the British working class in Victorian critiques of capitalism / Amy E. Martin -- Irish political economy before and after the Famine / Terrence McDonough, Eamonn Slater, Thomas Boylan -- Two kinds of colony: 'rebel Ireland' and the 'imperial province' / Pamela Clayton -- Post-colonial perspectives on Irish culture in the nineteenth-century / Terrence McDonough -- Ireland in 1812: colony or part of the imperial main? the 'imagined community' in Maria Edgeworth's 'The absentee' / Valerie Kennedy -- The subaltern can whisper': secrecy and solidarity in the fiction of John and Michael Banim / Willa Murphy -- Theatre and colonialism in Ireland / Lionel Pilkington -- The bog as colonial topography in nineteenth-century Irish writing / Catherine Wynne
Control code
ocm59711172
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xiv, 356 p.
Isbn
9780716528067
Lccn
2005276546
Label
Was Ireland a colony? : economics, politics, and culture in nineteenth-century Ireland, editor, Terrence McDonough
Publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [337]-356)
Contents
Ireland and the Atlantic economy / Denis O'Hearn -- Colonialism, feudalism, and the mode of production in nineteenth-century Ireland / Terrence McDonough, Eamonn Slater -- Was Ireland a colony? the evidence of the Great Famine / Christine Kinealy -- The material implications of colonialism in early nineteenth-century Ireland / Charles E. Orser Jr -- 'Irelands's last fetter struck off': the lord lieutenancy debate, 1800-67 / Peter Gray -- Colonial perspectives on local government in nineteenth-century Ireland / Virginia Crossman -- Hunting & shooting-leisure, social networking and social complications. microhistorical perspectives on colonial structures and individual practices-the Grehan family, Clonmeen house, Ireland / Nicola Drucker -- The sinews of empire: Ireland, India and the construction of British colonial knowledge / Tony Ballantyne / Defining colony and empire in early nineteenth-century Irish nationalism / Sean Ryder -- 'Becoming a race apart': representing Irish racial difference and the British working class in Victorian critiques of capitalism / Amy E. Martin -- Irish political economy before and after the Famine / Terrence McDonough, Eamonn Slater, Thomas Boylan -- Two kinds of colony: 'rebel Ireland' and the 'imperial province' / Pamela Clayton -- Post-colonial perspectives on Irish culture in the nineteenth-century / Terrence McDonough -- Ireland in 1812: colony or part of the imperial main? the 'imagined community' in Maria Edgeworth's 'The absentee' / Valerie Kennedy -- The subaltern can whisper': secrecy and solidarity in the fiction of John and Michael Banim / Willa Murphy -- Theatre and colonialism in Ireland / Lionel Pilkington -- The bog as colonial topography in nineteenth-century Irish writing / Catherine Wynne
Control code
ocm59711172
Dimensions
24 cm.
Extent
xiv, 356 p.
Isbn
9780716528067
Lccn
2005276546

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