Ulster Since 1600 (inbunden)
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Ollerenshaw, Philip
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Ulster Since 1600 (inbunden)

Ulster Since 1600

Politics, Economy, and Society

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Surveys the history of the province from the plantations of the early seventeenth century to partition and the formation of Northern Ireland in the early 1920s, and onwards to the 'Troubles' of recent decades. A major contribution to the history of Ireland and to Ulster's contested place in the British and the wider world.
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John Morrill, European History Quarterly Co-authored histories of Ulster are far from unknown, but this new one is probably the most intelligently planned and well executed and it is certainly pretty much up-to-date. ... an admirable account of the particularity of Ulster, of how it came to have its distinctive modern history, and why many of the legacies of its past, however attenuated, still have the power to haunt and to bite back.

Irish Times one of the most significant histories of Ulster published in the past couple of decades.

Irish Times ...because of the high quality of so many of its chapters, it surely has to be one of the most significant histories of Ulster published in the past couple of decades...This is the great merit of the book: each chapter provides an audit of research on a clearly defined area, a showcase, a distillation of the scholarly work of many.

Eoin McLaughlin, Journal of Sottish Historical Studies This book is a useful survey of literature in a variety of sub-fields in the history of Ulster and will make a useful textbook for undergraduate and post-graduate courses in Irish history and Irish studies broadly defined.

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<br>Liam L. Kennedy is Professor Emeritus of Economic and Social History at Queen's University Belfast. He is author or editor of several books on economic, demographic, and agrarian history. <br>Philip P. Ollerenshaw is Reader in History at the University of the West of England, Bristol. He is the author or editor of several books on economic, financial, and urban history.<br>


Introduction: Ulster Since 1600; 1. The Early Modern Economy, 1600-1780; 2. Politics and Society, 1600-1800; 3. Family, Sex, and Marriage, 1600-1800; 4. People and Population Change, 1600-1914; 5. Religion and Society, 1600-1914; 6. Crime, Policing, and the Law, 1600-1900; 7. Popular Culture, 1600-1914; 8. Urban Ulster Since 1600; 9. Migration and Emigration, 1600-1945; 10. The Rural Economy, 1780-1914; 11. Business and Finance, 1780-1945; 12. Labour and Society, 1780-1945; 13. Education Since 1780; 14. Politics and Society 1800-1960; 15. Gender, Family, and Sexuality, 1800-2000; 16. Sport in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries; 17. Agriculture and Rural Policy Since 1914; 18. Industry and Labour Since 1945; 19. Social Policy and Social Change Since 1914; 20. Politics Since 1960