Ulster and Scotland, 1600–2000
History, language and identity
William P. Kelly & John R. Young, editors
The first volume in the series of Ulster-Scots history deals with many aspects of life, including social and economical.
Contributors: John R. Young (U. Strathclyde), Graham Walker (QUB), Máirtín Ó Catháin (UU), Jock Philips (Cultural & Heritage, NZ), Patrick Fitzgerald (Ulster American Folk Park), Steve Murdoch (U. Aberdeen), Kerby A. Miller (U. Missouri-Columbia), Michael Montgomery (U. South Carolina), Richard Finlay (U. Strathclyde), David Horsburgh (U. Aberdeen), Alan Titley (St Patrick’s, DCU).
For a full list of essays, please see contents button at right.
William Kelly is research projects co-ordinator at the University of Ulster’s Institute of Ulster Scots Studies. He is editor of The Sieges of Derry (2001). John Young is senior lecturer in history at the University of Strathclyde.