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Protestant and Irish : the minority's search for place in independent Ireland / Ian d'Alton and Ida Milne, editors.

By: Milne, Ida [editor].
Contributor(s): d'Alton, Ian [editor] | Milne, Ida [editor.].
Publisher: Cork, Ireland : Cork University Press, 2019Description: xxiv, 371 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.ISBN: 9781782052982 : (hbk).Subject(s): Church of Ireland -- History -- 20th century | Protestants -- Ireland -- History -- 20th century | Unionism (Irish politics) -- History -- 20th century | Ireland -- History -- 1922- | Ireland -- Politics and government -- 1922- | Ireland -- Social conditions -- 20th centuryDDC classification: 941.508
Contents:
The Protestant accent / Roy Foster -- Content and context / Ian d'Alton and Ida Milne -- "No country"? : Protestant "belongings" in independent Ireland, 1922-49 / Ian d'Alton -- Defining loyalty : Southern Irish Protestants and the Irish Grants Committee, 1926-30 / Brian Hughes -- Peace, Protestantism and the unity of Ireland : the career of Bolton C. Waller / Conor Morrissey -- This "rotten little republic" : Protestant identity and the "state prayers" controversy,1948-9 / Miriam Moffitt -- Count us in too : wanting to be heard in independent Ireland / Deirdre Nuttall -- Gentry inclusion via class politics? Negotiating class transition politically in the Irish Free State / Tony Varley -- Ostriches and tricolours : Trinity College Dublin and the Irish State, 1922-45 / Tomás Irish -- From landlordism to citizenship : Edward Richards-Orpen and the new state / Philip Bull / "Old Dublin merchant 'free of ten and four'" : the life and death of Protestant businesses in independent Ireland / Frank Barry -- "The jersey is all that matters, not your church" : Protestants and the GAA in the rural Republic / Ida Milne -- Protestant republicans in the revolution and after / Martin Maguire -- "We're Irish but not that kind of Irish" : British imperial identity in transition in Ireland and India in the early twentieth century / Niamh Dillon -- "My mother wouldn't have been as hurt" : women and inter-church marriage in Wexford, 1945-65 / Catherine O'Connor -- Carson's abandoned children : Southern Irish Protestants as depicted in Irish cartoons, 1920-6- / Felix M. Larkin -- Patrick Campbell's Easy times : humour and Southern Irish Protestants / Caleb Wood Richardson -- Ireland's mysterious minority - a French-Irish comparison / Joseph Ruane.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Preface: The Protestant accent / Roy Foster -- Introduction: Content and context / Ian d'Alton and Ida Milne -- I. Belonging -- "No country"? : Protestant "belongings" in independent Ireland, 1922-49 / Ian d'Alton -- Defining loyalty : Southern Irish Protestants and the Irish Grants Committee, 1926-30 / Brian Hughes -- Peace, Protestantism and the unity of Ireland : the career of Bolton C. Waller / Conor Morrissey -- This "rotten little republic" : Protestant identity and the "state prayers" controversy,1948-9 / Miriam Moffitt -- Count us in too : wanting to be heard in independent Ireland / Deirdre Nuttall -- II. Engagement -- Gentry inclusion via class politics? Negotiating class transition politically in the Irish Free State / Tony Varley -- Ostriches and tricolours : Trinity College Dublin and the Irish State, 1922-45 / Tomás Irish -- From landlordism to citizenship : Edward Richards-Orpen and the new state / Philip Bull / "Old Dublin merchant 'free of ten and four'" : the life and death of Protestant businesses in independent Ireland / Frank Barry -- "The jersey is all that matters, not your church" : Protestants and the GAA in the rural Republic / Ida Milne -- III. Otherness -- Protestant republicans in the revolution and after / Martin Maguire -- "We're Irish but not that kind of Irish" : British imperial identity in transition in Ireland and India in the early twentieth century / Niamh Dillon -- "My mother wouldn't have been as hurt" : women and inter-church marriage in Wexford, 1945-65 / Catherine O'Connor -- Carson's abandoned children : Southern Irish Protestants as depicted in Irish cartoons, 1920-6- / Felix M. Larkin -- Patrick Campbell's Easy times : humour and Southern Irish Protestants / Caleb Wood Richardson -- Afterword: Ireland's mysterious minority - a French-Irish comparison / Joseph Ruane.

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