A collection of papers presented by historians at Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick on riots and public violence across 16th, 17th 18th, 19th, 20th and 21st Century Ireland. Including: *The Dublin Parliamentary Elections 1613 * Urban Riots and Popular Protest in Ireland, 1540 to 1640. * Riot at Cook Street, 1629 * Recovering the freight of the Julia: Conflict on a Connemara Island * The political mobilisation of the Irish poor, 1851-1878 * 'The Irish and the English criminal justice system in London * 'Conditioned Constitutionalists': The reaction of Fianna Fail grass-roots to the IRA Border Campaign, 1956 - 1962 * 'Notorious Anarchists': The Irish Smallholder and the State during the Emergency (1939-45) * Government responses to gang violence in pre-Famine Munster. A Riot at Glenosheen, 1822 * The Great Protestant Meeting: 19 December 1834 * 'The one remarkable fact': Belfast, August, 1969. * The 1830's Tithe Slaughters * The Tactical Repertoire of the Whitefeet Movement * 'A Centre of Turbulence and Rioting': Limerick between the Easter Rising and the Conscription Crisis
Publisher: The Mercier Press Ltd
Weight: 340 g
Dimensions: 215 x 135 x 28 mm
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