Ireland and Quebec

Multidisciplinary perspectives on history, culture and society


Margaret Kelleher & Michael Kenneally, editors

Hardback €45.00
Catalogue Price: €50.00
ISBN: 978-1-84682-598-9
May 2016. 256pp; illustrations.

Memory in Irish history: ‘early’ Irish migration to France and North America
Éamon Ó Ciosáin

Catholicism and empire: Ireland and Lower Canada, 1760–1830
Maurice J. Bric

The forgotten patriots: Ireland and the Irish in Lower Canadian political discourse and anglophone historical consciousness
Louis-Georges Harvey

Detention and punishment in a time of legal reform: Lord Durham and the question of Lower Canadian political prisoners
Jean-Philippe Warren

Fictionalized history: representation and identity in  Jan Henry Morgan’s A chronicle of Lower Canada
Michael Kenneally

Census, history and language in Ireland & Canada: the origins of the language question
Margaret Kelleher

Tales of the Celtic Tiger: migrants’ language use and identity
Vera Regan

Post-101 Quebec and defining Québécois today: transformations and challenges from within
Patricia Lamarre

Migration and domestic service: past and present trends in Quebec and Ireland
Linda Connolly

Memory as food performance: the cookbooks of Maura Laverty
Rhona Richman Kenneally

The place of sound – the sound of place: Irish music and cultural memory in rural Quebec
Gearóid Ó hAllmhuráin

'Courtyards in Delft': identity, originality and the culture of musical practice in Quebec and Ireland
Harry White

After the Celtic Tiger: performance, nation and Irish drama, 2008–10
Patrick Lonergan

Impossible identity: character objects in two contemporary theatre productions: Jackie and Abraham Lincoln va au théâtre, Montréal, 2010
Erin Hurley