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Narratives of the occluded Irish diaspora [electronic resource] : subversive voices / M�iche�al �O hAodha and John O'Callaghan (eds).

Contributor(s): �O hAodha, M�iche�al | O'Callaghan, John, M.A.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Reimagining Ireland: v. 37.Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Peter Lang, 2012Description: 1 online resource (vi, 221 p.).ISBN: 9783035302585 (electronic bk.); 3035302588 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Irish -- Foreign countries | Ireland -- Emigration and immigration | National characteristics, Irish | Irish -- Migrations | Iren | Auswanderung | Irland | SOCIAL SCIENCE / Anthropology / Cultural | SOCIAL SCIENCE / Discrimination & Race Relations | SOCIAL SCIENCE / Ethnic Studies / General | SOCIAL SCIENCE / Minority StudiesGenre/Form: Aufsatzsammlung. | Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Narratives of the occluded Irish diaspora.DDC classification: 305.891/62 Other classification: HG 290 | HN 1080 Online resources: EBSCOhost
Contents:
Introduction / M�iche�al �O hAodha and John O'Callaghan -- Australia's occluded voices: Ned Kelly's history wars / Ann McGrath -- Revealing narratives: Perceptions of migration and identity in Ireland 1900-1960 / Catherine O'Connor -- "Very humiliating for the country": differing perspectives on the emigration of Irish women to Britain during the Second World War / Mary Muldowney -- Interviews of the GAA Oral History Project from Britain and America: an initial review / Regina Fitzpatrick -- Homing the Irish disapora: correspondence and autobiography in nineteenth-century Latin America / Edmundo Murray -- Poor whites in Barbadian history / Pedro L.V. Welch -- "The forgotten migrant": Itinerant preachers of the Irish Methodist connexion / Tara Manning -- "Fighting to be heard": migrant self-representations and the discourse of resistance amongst the migrant Irish / Miche�al �O hAodha -- Emigration, oral discourse and traditional song in Connemara / R�ois�in Nic Dhonncha.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

Introduction / M�iche�al �O hAodha and John O'Callaghan -- Australia's occluded voices: Ned Kelly's history wars / Ann McGrath -- Revealing narratives: Perceptions of migration and identity in Ireland 1900-1960 / Catherine O'Connor -- "Very humiliating for the country": differing perspectives on the emigration of Irish women to Britain during the Second World War / Mary Muldowney -- Interviews of the GAA Oral History Project from Britain and America: an initial review / Regina Fitzpatrick -- Homing the Irish disapora: correspondence and autobiography in nineteenth-century Latin America / Edmundo Murray -- Poor whites in Barbadian history / Pedro L.V. Welch -- "The forgotten migrant": Itinerant preachers of the Irish Methodist connexion / Tara Manning -- "Fighting to be heard": migrant self-representations and the discourse of resistance amongst the migrant Irish / Miche�al �O hAodha -- Emigration, oral discourse and traditional song in Connemara / R�ois�in Nic Dhonncha.

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