Gladstone: Ireland and beyond
Mary E. Daly & K. Theodore Hoppen, editors
This book examines aspects of Gladstone’s relationship with Ireland, setting this in the context of the United Kingdom and Empire. It is based on papers given at a conference, funded by the Department of the Taoiseach, at St Deniol’s Library in Hawarden (Gladstone’s home in North Wales), to mark the bicentenary of his birth.
Contributors: Eugenio Biagini (U Cambridge), Quentin J. Broughall (NUIM), K. Theodore Hoppen (U Hull), Alvin Jackson (U Edinburgh), Patrick Maume (DIB), John-Paul McCarthy (U Oxford), Devon McHugh (U Edinburgh), Kevin Mc Kenna (NUIM), Paula Murphy (UCD), David Omissi (U Hull), Bernard Porter (U Newcastle), Melanie Sayers (U Edinburgh).
Mary E. Daly is a professor in the UCD school of history and archives. K. Theodore Hoppen is emeritus professor of history, University of Hull.