The Shakespeare Conference: SHK 11.2196  Thursday, 30 November 2000

From:           Frank Whigham <This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Date:           Wednesday, 29 Nov 2000 11:12:36 -0600
Subject:        TOC: History Ireland 8/4

TOC: HISTORY IRELAND 8/4 (Winter 2000)

Liam Farrell, 'The Tommy-Gun: the Irish connection', pp. 5-6

'The Act of Union: 200 years on' [conference reports], pp. 6-8

Mary Kotsonouris, 'The George Gavan Duffy Papers' [Sources], pp. 12-15

Interview with Maria Luddy, pp. 16-19

Daithi O hOgain, 'Patronage and devotion in ancient Irish religion', pp.

Kevin Haddick Flynn, 'Ballyneety' [1690 battle], pp. 25-29

Trevor McClaughlin, 'Lost children? Irish Famine orphans in Australia',
pp. 30-34

Alexis Guilbride, 'A scrapping of every principle of individual liberty:
the postal strike of 1922', pp. 35-39

Michael Silvestri, '"An Irishman is specially suited to be a policeman":
Sir Charles Tegart and revolutionary terrorism in Bengal', pp. 40-44

Reviews of H. Morgan, *Political ideology in Ireland 1541-1641* by M.
O'Riordan, pp. 45-6

J. Ohlmeyer (ed) *Political thought in 17th century Ireland: kingdom or
colony* by N. Canny, pp. 46-8

S.J. Connolly (ed.) *Political ideas in 18th century Ireland* by J.
Smyth, pp. 49-51

D. Gageby, *The last Secretary General: Sean Lester and the League of
Nations* by M. Kennedy, p. 51

M. O Cearuil, *Bunreacht na hEireann: a study of the Irish text* by M.
Mac Aonghusa, p. 52
G. Ellison and J. Smyth, *The crowned harp: policing in Northern
Ireland*, by J.W. Clarke, pp. 53-4

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