Ireland abroad

Politics and professions in the nineteenth century

Oonagh Walsh, editor

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ISBN: 1-85812-606-8
October 2003. 224pp.

Republican self-fashioning: the journal of Wolfe Tone
Declan Kiberd

Ireland and the idyll of adoption in the work of Mme de Genlis
Clíona Ó Gallchoir

The autobiographies of the Irish in Britain, 1856–1934
Liam Harte

Two versions of home and abroad from the Peninsular Campaign: Vandeleur and 'The burial of Sir John Moore'
Peter Denman

Rudyard Kipling and the haunting of the colonial imagination
Kathleen Costello-Sullivan

Irish immigrants in the medical profession in nineteenth-century Wales
Louise Miskell

The Irish policeman abroad
Elizabeth Malcom

Irish domestic servants and their American employers, 1850–1920
Diane Hotten-Somers

Richard Robert Madden: an Irish anti-slavery activist in the Americas
Nini Rodgers

'Sketches of missionary life': Alexander Robert Crawford in Manchuria
Oonagh Walsh

Irish priests in the western lowlands of Scotland, 1838–50
Martin Mitchell

Dissident Irish republicans late nineteenth-century Scotland
Mairtin O'Cathain

Towards a geography of Irish identities in colonial Australia
Lindsay Proudfoot

Worlds apart: the Anglo-Irish gentry migrant experience in Australia
Ian McClelland

Ireland abroad/broadening Ireland: from Famine migrants to asylum-applicants and refugees in Ireland
Jason King