Ireland and the Americas [3 volumes]: Culture, Politics, and History available in Hardcover
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- ABC-CLIO, Incorporated
This work is a distinctive, multidisciplinary encyclopedia covering the cultural, political, economic, musical, and literary impact that Ireland and the nations of the Americas have had on one another since the time of Brendan the Navigator.
• Numerous thematic entries on evocative Irish-American symbols and markers of transnational identity like the Ancient Order of Hibernians, Grosse Ille, the Boston Irish, and the impact of the Kennedy family
• Extensive bibliographies listing sources ranging from archival letters to the most recent scholarship from Ireland and the nations of the Americas
About the Author
James P. Byrne, PhD, is an IRCHSS Government of Ireland Fellow in the School of English at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland.
Philip Coleman, PhD, is Broad Curriculum Lecturer in English Literature in the School of English at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, and a committee member of the Irish Association for American Studies.
Jason King, PhD, is a lecturer in the English Department at the National University of Ireland, Maynooth, Kildare, Ireland.