|Statement||compiled by Clara Cullen and Monica Henchy ; edited by Jacqueline R. Hill.|
|Contributions||Henchy, Monica., Hill, Jacqueline R., Irish Committee of Historical Sciences.|
|LC Classifications||Z2041 .C85 1986|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||98 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||98|
|LC Control Number||88157779|
Colin Graham is Head of Department and Professor of English at Maynooth book Northern Ireland: 30 Years of Photography won the Michael J. Durkan/ACIS Prize in and was Observer Photography Book of the Month for July He is also the author of Deconstructing Ireland () and Ideologies of Epic (). Colin has been co-editor of The Irish Review since and has. From , Writings on Irish History, published by the ICHS (later, in association with A New History of Ireland and Irish Historical Studies) appeared as a separate publication, edited first by Jacqueline Hill (), then by Clara Cullen (), and subsequently by Sarah Ward-Perkins (). The abolition of the Past: History in George Orwell’s Carimo Mohomed1 Faculdade de Ciências Sociais e Humanas da Universidade Nova de Lisboa (Portugal) (Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities of the New University of Lisbon) Abstract. Sometimes novels teach us more about a certain age or period than many history books. A workFile Size: KB. A History of Irish Autobiography is the first ever critical survey of autobiographical self-representation in Ireland from its recoverable beginnings to the twenty-first century. The book draws on a wealth of original scholarship by leading experts to provide an authoritative.
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