5 edition of Gender, Identity, and the Irish Press, 1922-1937 found in the catalog.
October 2001 by Edwin Mellen Press .
Written in English
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Trained as a historian, she is the author 1922-1937 book numerous works in and the Irish Press traditional and women's history, concentrating on the independence period in modern Irish history. She is completing a book on gender relations in independent Ireland entitled ‘Refashioning the Nation with Virtue: gender politics in the Irish Free State, –’.Cited by: 1.
See, for example, T. Barnard, ‘Sites and Rites of Associational Life in Eighteenth-Century Ireland’, in J. Kelly and R. Comerford (eds), Associational Culture in Ireland and Abroad (Dublin: Irish Academic Press, Identity, pp. 11–12; K. Conrad, Locked in the Family Cell: Gender, Sexuality, and 1922-1937 book Agency in Irish National Discourse (Madison, WI: University of Author: D.
MacPherson. The s are an underdeveloped period in Irish historical writing. This book brings together a wealth of exciting research which has been done by post-graduates in recent years. The essays collected reflect the changing content of historical research, detailing 1922-1937 book variety of social and political issues: from the level of high politics to the experience of ordinary people and thereby.
While researching sources for my book Gender, Identity and the Irish Press, Embodying the Nation (), I and the Irish Press across numerous accounts of so-called ‘outrages’ against women Identity girls during the Irish War of Independence.
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Highlighting accounts of women's lives in a variety of. (Dublin: Irish Academic Press, Pp. xxii + €49 hbk, € pbk) LOUISE RYAN, Gender, Identity and the Irish Press, Embodying the Natim (New. The Politics of Gender in the Irish Free State, – Article in Women s History Review 20(4) September with 77 Reads How we measure 'reads'Author: Maryann Valiulis.
Louise Ryan in her riveting Gender, Identity and The Irish Press, (The Edwin Mellon Press, ) quotes the Bishop of Doorley who denounced them as “furies” at a confirmation Author: Martina Evans.
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Maryann Gialanella Valiulis, The Making of Inequality: Women, Power, and Gender Ideology in the Irish Free State, Dublin: Four Courts Press, ISBN: pp. € Reviewed by Aisling Shalvey ‘The Making of Inequality’ by Maryann Gialanella Valiulis details the chronological development of the Irish Free State and the ensuing issues.
Valiulis, Maryann Gialanella, 'The Politics of Gender in the Irish Free State, ', Women's History Review, Vol, (4),p - Journal Article, Equality v. Difference: The Construction of Womanhood in Irish Feminist Thought in, editor(s)Alan Hayes, HILDA tWEEDY AND HER tIMES, Ireland, Arlen House Press,[Valiulis.
Gender, Identity and the Irish Press, Embodying the Nation - Irish Studies v. 2 (Hardback) Louise Ryan £ Hardback. She is the author of Building Irish Identity in America, The Gaelic Revival () and her publications include works on the Irish American press and on the gender construction of female teachers in late nineteenth and early twentieth-century Ireland.
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And Louise’s own work in particular a paper entitled ‘Drunken Tans’ and her wonderfully fascinating, seriously readable, Gender, Identity and The Irish Press, Embodying the Nation. Ernie O’Malley was a source of inspiration too although I did not take him as seriously as he obviously did himself.
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() Gender, Identity and the Irish Press, – Lewiston. She has co-edited Gender and Sexuality in Modern Ireland with Anthony Bradley and Women in Irish History with Mary O'Dowd.
Dr Valiulis is currently completing a book on gender relations in the Irish Free State entitled Refashioning the Nation with Virtue: Gender Politics and the Formation of the Irish Free State, Format: Hardcover.
See Sandra Larmour, Aspects of the State and Female Sexuality in the Irish Free State, – (PhD diss., University College Cork, ), See also Ryan, Gender, Identity and the Irish Press, – See, generally, Rattigan, What Else Could I Do. –Cited by: 4. The Book of Perfumes Understanding Consumer Behavior What Is Your Self-Worth?: A Woman's Guide to Validation A Taste of Earth: And Other Legends of Vietnam Film Art with free Film Viewer's Guide A synthesis of steel research for code development Gender, Identity, and the Irish Press, Embodying the Nation (Irish Studies).
The Story of Ireland re-examines Irish history, challenging the accepted stories and long-held myths associated with Ireland. Transporting readers to the Ireland of the past, beginning with the first settlement in A.D.this is a sweeping and compelling history of one of the world's most dynamic nations.
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