Victoria's Ireland?

Irishness and Britishness, 1837–1901


Peter Gray, editor

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ISBN: 1-85182-758-7
May 0204. 192pp.

IRELAND, ENGLAND AND THE CROWN

Fashioning the famine queen, James H. Murphy
Victorian imperial theorist? Goldwin Smith and Ireland, G.K. Peatling
Irish Parliamentary Party in Victorian and Edwardian London, James McConnel

LITERATURE, LEISURE AND IDENTITY

White, black and green: racialising Irishness in Victorian England, Cora Kaplan
Music hall Unionism: Robert Martin and the politics of the stage-Irishman, Patrick Maume
'God Save the Green, God Save the Queen, and the usual loyal toasts': sporting and dining for Ireland and/or the queen, Tom Hayes

IRELAND IN THE VICTORIAN WORLD ORDER

Britishness as an imperial and diasporic identity: Irish elite perspectives, c.1820–1870s, Jennifer Ridden
Fenian rebels and Cretan insurgents, 1866–9: unlawful subjects or 'lovers of freedom'? Pandeleimon Hionidis
Michael Davitt, Irish nationalism and the British empire in the late nineteenth century, Carla King

THE FAMINE: REPRESENTATIONS AND REACTIONS

'Something so utterly unprecedented in the annals of human life': William Carleton and the Famine, Melissa Fegan
Anthony Trollope's representation of the Great Famine, Yvonne Siddle
The making of mid-Victorian Ireland? Political economy & the memory of the Great Famine, Peter Gray
'With the experience of 1846 & 1847 before them': the politics of emergency relief 1879–84, Virginia Crossman