Evangelicals and Catholics in nineteenth-century Ireland
James H. Murphy, editor
'The publication is welcome in its contribution to the wider debate around the question of the variety and manner in which opposing religious movements frequently had a profound effect on shaping Irish culture in the nineteenth century’, Ciarán O’Carroll, Furrow.
‘This is an excellent collection that introduces the reader to a range of intellectual and scholarly approaches …. Among its many qualities, this collection invites thinking about the religious dimension of this, the seeming paradox that runs through the history of Ireland under the union’, Matthew Kelly, Irish Historical Studies.
‘This volume comprises a diverse collection of articles, which reflect a breadth of scholarship and thoughtful analysis’, Susan M. Parkes, Recusant History (2008).