Diarmaid Ferriter lectures in history at St Patrick’s College, Drumcondra. Clodagh Tait is a postgraduate history student at University College Cork; Hans S. Pawlisch works at the Office of the […]

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For a long time Irish nationalism was seen primarily in terms of political movements, and there has been a tendency to identify with mass movements rather than elites. Recent theories […]

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That Ireland escaped the familiar pattern of post-colonial military despotism is remarkable given that our political forebears emerged from a militant milieu. The transition from militancy to constitutional democracy is […]

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In the seventeenth-century poem ‘Tuireamh na hÉireann’, the war in Ireland between 1641 and 1653 is described as ‘an cogadh do chríochnaigh Éire’ [the war that finished Ireland], and there […]

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Up until this year there had been a dearth of work on the Orange Order. This was bound to change as once again issues over the right to parade have […]

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