By Eugenio F. Biagini,Mary E. Daly

masking 3 centuries of unparalleled demographic and fiscal adjustments, this textbook is an authoritative and accomplished view of the shaping of Irish society, at domestic and in a foreign country, from the famine of 1740 to the current day. the 1st significant paintings at the historical past of recent eire to undertake a social historical past viewpoint, it specializes in the stories and corporation of Irish males, ladies and youngsters, Catholics and Protestants, and within the North, South and the diaspora. a global crew of top students survey key alterations in inhabitants, the economic system, occupations, estate possession, category and migration, and likewise think about the interplay of the person and the nation via welfare, schooling, crime and policing. Drawing on a variety of disciplinary techniques and always atmosphere Irish advancements in a much wider eu and international context, this can be a useful source for classes on sleek Irish background and Irish studies.

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