Evangelicals and Catholics in nineteenth-century Ireland
James H. Murphy, editor
This interesting collection of essays – from academics in Ireland and North America – looks at Irish society, religion and politics in the nineteenth century.
Contributors: Walter L. Arnstein (U Illinois); Matthew Brown (U Wisconsin-Madison); Martin Doherty (U Westminster); Tadhg Foley (NUIG); Louise Fuller (NUIM); Jill Brady Hampton (U South Carolina); Janice Holmes (UU); Marjorie Howes (Boston College); Emmet Larkin (U Chicago); David E. Latané, Jnr (Virginia C. U); Amy E. Martin (Mount Holyoke College); Shirley Matthews (Southampton U); Patrick Maume (QUB); David W. Miller (Carnegie Mellon U); James H. Murphy; Maureen O'Connor (NUIG); Katherine Parr (North Central College, Illinois); G.K. Peatling (Boston College); Kara M. Ryan (U Tulsa).
James H. Murphy is associate professor of English at DePaul U, Chicago, and has written widely on 19th-century Ireland. His books include Ireland: a social, cultural & literary history, 1791–1891 (2002).