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Civilised by Beasts: Animals and Urban Change in Nineteenth-Century Dublin

Adelman, Juliana
9781526146052
This book offers a unique account of life in nineteenth-century Dublin, told through human-animal relationships. It argues that the exploitation of animals formed a key component of urban change, from municipal reform to class formation to the expansion of public health and policing. -- .
€93.65

Civilised by Beasts: Animals and Urban Change in Nineteenth-Century Dublin

Adelman, Juliana
9781526160706
This book offers a unique account of life in nineteenth-century Dublin, told through human-animal relationships. It argues that the exploitation of animals formed a key component of urban change, from municipal reform to class formation to the expansion of public health and policing. -- .
€17.41

Producing Globalisation

Antoniades, Andreas
9780719078446
*Producing globalisation* attempts to scrutinise the nature of the interplay between globalisation and national institutional settings. Rather than taking globalisation as a given, this book explores how concrete political actors produced the phenomenon of globalisation.
€94.91

The Anglo-Irish Agreement: Rethinking its Legacy

Aughey, Arthur
9781784993856
This book provides new perspectives on the impact of Anglo-Irish Agreement through an exploration of the key concepts of the Northern Ireland Troubles.
€21.32

BRITISH STARS & STARDOM

Babington, Bruce
9780719058417
This work looks both at stars who attained worldwide fame through the Hollywood cinema, and those whose contribution is primarily to the national cinema. The essays and introductory discussion range over the whole history of British stardom from circa 1910 onwards.
€21.34

Edmund Spenser and the Romance of Space

Badcoe, Tamsin
9781526164001
Edmund Spenser and the romance of space seeks to gauge the roles that aesthetic subjectivity and the imagination play in early modern spatial and textual practices. -- .
€23.30

Men on Trial: Performing Emotion, Embodiment and Identity in Ireland, 1800-45

Barclay, Katie
9781526163646
Men on Trial provides the first history of masculinity and the law in early nineteenth-century Ireland. It combines cutting-edge theories from the history of emotion, performativity and gender studies to argue for gender as a creative and productive force in determining legal and social power relationships. -- .
€28.50

Irish Cinema in the Twenty-First Century

Barton, Ruth
9781526124449
This book provides an accessible, comprehensive discussion of how a small national cinema can remain relevant in the wider environment of globalisation. It includes chapters on the creative documentary, animation and the horror film, as well as Irish history on screen and the depiction of the countryside and the city. -- .
€19.43

Nietzsche and Irish Modernism

Bixby, Patrick
9781526163219
Nietzsche and Irish Modernism deftly traces the circulation of the German philosopher's ideas in Irish culture during the early years of the twentieth century. In doing so, the book demonstrates how Nietzsche's thought inspired new, disruptive modes of writing, which spoke to local historical circumstances and the predicaments of modernity at large -- .
€97.78

Gender and Punishment in Ireland: Women, Murder and the Death Penalty, 1922-64

Black, Lynsey
9781526145284
In the decades after Irish independence, 292 women were prosecuted for murder, facing the threat of conviction and death sentencing. Within a rising atmosphere of hostility to women, moral rigidity, sexual repression and Catholic Church control, this book explores the meanings and responses to women's lethal violence in postcolonial Ireland. -- .
€92.84

Resilient Reporting: Media Coverage of Irish Elections Since 1969

Breen, Michael
9781526119995
This timely book examines how election news reporting has changed over the last half-century in Ireland, by analysing reporting in terms of framing, tone, and the distribution of coverage. -- .
€26.04