The Irish Diaspora

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  • Author : Turtle Bunbury
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Pages : 304 pages
  • ISBN : 9780500022528
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The Irish Diaspora

The Irish Diaspora
  • Author : Turtle Bunbury
  • Publisher : Unknown
  • Release : 09 February 2021
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The compelling story of the great Irish pioneers who left their homeland and in the process profoundly influenced their adoptive countries.

The Irish Diaspora

The Irish Diaspora
  • Author : Andrew Bielenberg
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 12 May 2014
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This book brings together a series of articles which provide an overview of the Irish Diaspora from a global perspective. It combines a series of survey articles on the major destinations of the Diaspora; the USA, Britian and the British Empire. On each of these, there is a number of more specialist articles by historians, demographers, economists, sociologists and geographers. The inter-disciplinary approach of the book, with a strong historical and modern focus, provides the first comprehensive survey of the

The Irish Diaspora in Britain 1750 1939

The Irish Diaspora in Britain  1750 1939
  • Author : Donald M. MacRaild
  • Publisher : Macmillan International Higher Education
  • Release : 24 November 2010
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Until the 1950s, the Irish were by far the largest ethnic minority in Britain. This leading study focuses on the most important phase of Irish migration, providing an analytical discussion of why and how the Irish settled in such numbers. The Irish Diaspora in Britain, 1750-1939, second edition: • examines key aspects of the social, religious and political worlds of these migrants • explores both Catholic and Protestant immigrants • explains why they were so often the victims of native hostility • adopts a

Historical Archaeology of the Irish Diaspora

Historical Archaeology of the Irish Diaspora
  • Author : Stephen A. Brighton
  • Publisher : Univ. of Tennessee Press
  • Release : 24 January 2022
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Anthropologist Brighton (Maryland) offers a historical archaeological investigation of the diaspora of Ireland, reflecting the migration of Irish immigrants to the US during a turbulent period in Irish history from the mid-1840s to the 1850s. Brighton's work is the first to offer a study through an archaeological lens connecting Irish communities spanning two continents and covering four sites: two in Ireland, specifically, in County Roscommon, and two in the US, the Five Points section of Manhattan, New York, as

Rethinking the Irish Diaspora

Rethinking the Irish Diaspora
  • Author : Johanne Devlin Trew,Michael Pierse
  • Publisher : Springer
  • Release : 13 March 2018
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This book provides scholarly perspectives on a range of timely concerns in Irish diaspora studies. It offers a focal point for fresh interchanges and theoretical insights on questions of identity, Irishness, historiography and the academy’s role in all of these. In doing so, it chimes with the significant public debates on Irish and Irish emigrant identities that have emerged from Ireland’s The Gathering initiative (2013) and that continue to reverberate throughout the Decade of Centenaries (2012-2023) in Ireland, North

The Irish Diaspora

The Irish Diaspora
  • Author : John Gibney
  • Publisher : Pen and Sword History
  • Release : 30 March 2020
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A history of the Irish migrant experience across the globe, as told through real-life stories from throughout the centuries. Ireland is known worldwide as a country that produced emigrants. The existence of the Irish “diaspora” is the subject of this fifth installment of the Irish Perspectives series. From the early Christian era, Irish missionaries traveled across Europe. From the early modern period, Irish soldiers served across the world in various European armies and empires. And in the modern era, Ireland’

New Perspectives on the Irish Diaspora

New Perspectives on the Irish Diaspora
  • Author : Charles Fanning
  • Publisher : SIU Press
  • Release : 24 January 2022
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In New Perspectives on the Irish Diaspora, Charles Fanning incorporates eighteen fresh perspectives on the Irish diaspora over three centuries and around the globe. He enlists scholarly tools from the disciplines of history, sociology, literary criticism, folklore, and culture studies to present a collection of writings about the Irish diaspora of great variety and depth.

Wherever Green is Worn

Wherever Green is Worn
  • Author : Tim Pat Coogan
  • Publisher : Head of Zeus Ltd
  • Release : 16 December 2015
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The population of Ireland is five million, but 70 million people worldwide call themselves Irish. Here, Tim Pat Coogan travels around the globe to tell their story. Irish emigration first began in the 12th century when the Normans invaded Ireland. Cromwell's terrorist campaign in the 17th century drove many Irish to France and Spain, while Cromwell deported many more to the West Indies and Virginia. Millions left due to the famine and its aftermath between 1845 and 1961. Where did they all go?

The Irish Diaspora

The Irish Diaspora
  • Author : Donald H. Akenson,Queen's University of Belfast. Institute of Irish Studies
  • Publisher : Streetsville, Ont. : P.D. Meany
  • Release : 24 January 1993
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"During the nineteeth and early twentieth centuries Ireland had a proportionately greater out-migration than did any other European nation...Irish persons made up large proportions of the populations of Canada, Australia, New Zealand and the United States."--book jacket.

The Irish Diaspora in Britain 1750 1939

The Irish Diaspora in Britain  1750 1939
  • Author : Donald MacRaild
  • Publisher : Bloomsbury Publishing
  • Release : 24 November 2010
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This established study focuses on the most important phase of Irish migration, providing analysis of why and how the Irish settled in Britain in such numbers. Updated and expanded, the new edition now extends the coverage to 1939 and features new chapters on gender and the Irish diaspora in a global perspective.

The Great Famine and the Irish Diaspora in America

The Great Famine and the Irish Diaspora in America
  • Author : Arthur Gribben
  • Publisher : Univ of Massachusetts Press
  • Release : 24 January 1999
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"In Ireland, the Great Famine was a period of mass starvation, disease and emigration between 1845 and 1852. It is also known, mostly outside Ireland, as the Irish Potato Famine. In the Irish language it is called an Gorta Mór (IPA: [n t mo?], meaning "the Great Hunger") or an Drochshaol ([n dxhi?l], meaning "the bad life"). During the famine approximately 1 million people died and a million more emigrated from Ireland, causing the island's population to fall by between 20% and 25%."

Ireland s Invasion of the World

Ireland s Invasion of the World
  • Author : Miki Garcia
  • Publisher : The History Press
  • Release : 02 March 2015
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For much of Ireland’s history her people have been emigrating and the Irish Diaspora today is estimated to be over 100 million people, fifteen times the current population of Ireland. For the most part they scattered not as colonizers but as migrants, they took their culture and identity with them and made a mark on their adopted county. They fought wars, formed societies, shaped cultures, created new identities and made history. This book looks at the Irish contribution to the

Women and Irish diaspora identities

Women and Irish diaspora identities
  • Author : D. A. J. MacPherson,Mary Hickman
  • Publisher : Manchester University Press
  • Release : 16 May 2016
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Bringing together leading authorities on Irish women and migration, this book offers a significant reassessment of the place of women in the Irish diaspora. It compares Irish women across the globe over the last two centuries, setting this research in the context of recent theoretical developments in the study of diaspora. This collection demonstrates the important role played by women in the construction of Irish diasporic identities, assessing Irish women’s experience in Britain, Canada, New Zealand and the United

Emigrant Players

Emigrant Players
  • Author : Paul Darby,David Hassan
  • Publisher : Routledge
  • Release : 18 October 2013
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Ireland and its inhabitants have often been described as being ‘sports mad’. As a relatively small geographical entity, Ireland, north and south, has produced a disproportionately high number of world class sports men and women who have excelled at the highest levels of their chosen sport. The significance of sport in Ireland though extends far beyond the achievements of such individuals. Sport has historically assumed a centrality in the lives of the island’s inhabitants, a fact that can be