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Ireland Since 1800: Conflict and Conformity

By K. Theodore Hoppen (NHC Fellow, 1985–86)

Irish History; Political History; Social History

London: Longman, 1989

From the publisher’s description:

As part of the Studies in Modern History series, this textbook has been written primarily for undergraduate and postgraduate students on British, European and colonial history courses. The authors take a broad approach, combining the current state of knowledge in each area with their own research and judgements. present day in terms of politics, society and religion. The book combines a chronological and thematic approach - allowing students to pursue either a particular topic through its development or a period in all its complexity.

History / Religion / Irish History / Political History / Social History /

Hoppen, K. Theodore (NHC Fellow, 1985–86). Ireland Since 1800: Conflict and Conformity. Studies in Modern History. London: Longman, 1989.