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by Donald Macraild,Enda Delaney
Author: Donald Macraild,Enda Delaney
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This books re-examines the global history of Irish migration by focusing on the formal and informal networks which migrants from Ireland utilised to meld their social lives to make sense of the new worlds into which they settled.
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and Donald M. MacRaild, eds, Irish Migration, Networks and Ethnic. Akenson, Donald H. The Irish Diaspora: A Primer. Toronto: P. D. Meany 1996.
Gráinne McEvoy – Fall 2009 1 READING LIST FOR COMPREHENSIVE EXAMS (KEVIN KENNY) Irish Global Migration SECTION ONE: MIGRATION, SETTLEMENT, AND NATIONAL STUDIES (i) Migration: origins, motivation, process Delaney, Enda, Irish Emigration Since 1921, Studies in Irish Economic and Social History, No. 8 (Dundalk, Ireland: The Economic and Social History Society of Ireland, 2002). and Donald M. Identities Since 1750. London: Routledge, 2007. Fitzgerald, Patrick and Brian Lambkin.
MacRAILD, Donald M. & TAYLOR, Avram KOSER, Khalid MacRAILD, Donald M. & DELANEY, Enda (Eds) McCARTHY, Angela (Ed). Irish Migration, Networks and Ethnic Idenitities Since 1750. Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge: 2007. A Global Clan: Scottish Migrant Networks and Identities Since the Eighteenth Century. London & New York: Tauris Academic Studies: 2006. Irish, Catholic and Scouse: The History of the Liverpool Irish, 1800-1939. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press: 2007. A south Roscommon emigrant: Emigration and return, 1890-1920.
Related Edinburgh Organisations. School of History, Classics and Archaeology. Title of host publication. Enda Delaney, Donald M. MacRaild.
This collection of essays demonstrates in vivid detail how a range of formal and informal networks shaped the Irish experience of emigration, settlement and the construction of ethnic identity in a variety of geographical contexts since 1750. It examines topics as diverse as the associational culture of the Orange Order in the nineteenth century to the role of transatlantic political networks in developing and maintaining a sense of diaspora, all within the overarching theme of the role of networks. This volume represents a pioneering study that contributes to wider debates in the history of global migration, the first of its kind for any ethnic group, with conclusions of relevance far beyond the history of Irish migration and settlement. It is also expected that the volume will have resonance for scholars working in parallel fields, not least those studying different ethnic groups, and the editors contextualise the volume with this in mind in their introductory essay.
This book was previously published as a special issue of Immigrants and Minorities.