Land and Landscape in Nineteenth-Century Ireland
Úna Ni Bhromeil & Glenn Hooper
In the unsettled political and social context of nineteenth-century Ireland the land provides a space for negotiation - of identity, of nationality, of ownership. The changing landscape over time provides a link between past and present, between real and imagined communities. This collection, published in association with the Society for the Study of Nineteenth-Century Ireland, recognizes the centrality of land to the discourse on nineteenth-century Ireland. It explores the human interaction with land, focuses on perception and memory and on the symbolism of land and landscape.
Contributors: Francesca Benatti, Maura Cronin, Laura Dabundo, Susan Egenolf, Irene Furlong, Andrew J. Garavel, SJ, Siobhan Jones, William H. Mulligan, Jr., James H. Murphy, Mairin Ni Cheallaigh, Mary S. Pierse, Oonagh Walsh and Toni Wein.