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The Liberties in Dublin - Steps, Stones and Stories

Recounts the story of one of the most famous and iconic areas of Dublin. THE LIBERTIES is a virtual cauldron of colour and culture – and an area that is full of history, mystery, mayhem and magic! It is the home of the black stuff – both Guinness and the renowned Gur Cake.THE LIBERTIES is also one of the most important areas in Dublin (and Ireland) from the historical, political, commercial, cultural and religious point of view.

Dublin Be Damned!: Discovering a Heroic City. Surviving a Hidden City

Curtis, Maurice
The fascinating history of Dublin, interwoven with the story of a fictional family in the city

Control and Constraint: The Catholic Action Movement in Ireland in the Twentieth Century

Militant Catholicism in 20th century Ireland found expression in the Catholic Action Movement. This became one of the most important social movements in Ireland, leaving a lasting legacy that continues to this day.

Irish Independence 1916–1996 : Reaction, Revival and the Making of Modern Ireland

Curtis, Maurice
This latest book from Maurice Curtis is an exploration of some of the key themes in Irish history from the 1916 Rising until 1996. In the process, we will discover an independent Ireland that swung from reaction to revival and how Irish nationality was projected and the State consolidated, through aspects of its history and heritage.