The correspondence of Samuel Thomson (1766–1816)
Revising Robert Burns and Ulster
Literature, religion and politics, c.1770–1920
In a broad-ranging series of essays this book, published in the 250th anniversary year of the birth of Robert Burns, offers a timely opportunity to re-examine the...
Author/Editor: Frank Ferguson & Andrew R. Holmes, editors
Ulster and Scotland, 1600–2000
History, language and identity
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),...
Author/Editor: William P. Kelly & John R. Young, editors
Ulster Presbyterians in the Atlantic world
Religion, politics and identity
In this collection of essays American and Canadian historians explore the changing transatlantic character of the Ulster Presbyterianism in the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. Essaysexamine the role of...
Author/Editor: Mark G. Spencer & David A. Wilson, editors