Myrtle Hill & Sarah Butler, eds.,
Aspects of Irish Studies [Irish Studies Inst., symposium papers
of Sept. 1989] (QUB 1990), 153pp.
Introduction, RH Buchanan [Director]
PART I: Political Perspectives
Jennifer Todd, Conflict in Northern Ireland:institutional
and constitutionl dimension [Unionist make no clear distinct between
institutional and constitutional reforms];
James Loughlin, some
compararative aspects of Irish and English nationalism in the 19th century;
Cormac Murphy, Revolution and radicalism in co. Dublin 1913-21;
Goldring, Quotas: affirmative and reverse discrimination;
Typical case or deviant? Nationalism in Ireland in a European Context.
PART II: Perspectives in 20th c. culture
Sophia Hillan King, Quiet
Desperation: versions of a theme in writings of Daniel Corkery,
M. McLaverty, and John McGahern [McLaverty, addressing Young Ulster Society,
27 Feb. 1940, gives enthusiastic opinion of Corkerys Threshold
of Quiet, quiet, mellow, thoughtful; p.39]
Irish landscape painting in a political setting, 1922-48;
Eamonn Hughes, Representation in modern Irish poetry;
Maguire, The mirror up to nature: the theatrical buildings
as socio-political cyphers.
PART III: Society in Northern Ireland
Maurna Crozier, Good leaders and decent men: an Ulster
Amanda Shanks, Northern Irish gentry culture:
Brenda Colling, Numbers to alphabet of
Anglique Day, The Computer as a Resource for Irish
History: an introduction to the Ordnance Survey Memoirs Database;
Kay [?Master], The Place-names Research Project: Dept. of Environment
for N. Ireland and Celtic Dept., QUB.
A 17th century political poem;
Rosemary Power, Irish
travellers in the Norse World; Patricia Kelly, New Horizons
in Hiberno-English studies.