AdresseCentre Culturel Irlandais
|Titre :||Eighteenth-Century Ireland vol. 30 - 2015|
|Type de document :||Bulletin|
|Paru le :||01/01/2015|
Allan BLACKSTOCK, Auteur |
This article traces the Reverend Samuel Barber's educational background, his experience as a Volunteer and his electioneering activities to argue that he maintained a constant political radicalism ...
Matthew GERTKEN, Auteur |
Jonathan Swift's views on foreign policy remain greatly neglected in the debate over his politics and political identity. The limited discussions of the topic naturally place it in the context of t...
Novels, Chapbooks, Folklore : the several lives of William Chaigneau's Jack Connor, now Conyers; or John Connor, alias Jack the Batchelor, the Famous Irish Bucker
Ian Campbell ROSS, Auteur |
On publication, The History of Jack Connor (London and Dublin, 1752) was acclaimed as a "truly moral tale" and one that sought to expose English prejudice against Ireland. Its Irish Huguenot author...
Jeers, Jingo, and Jesuits : Britishness, Edmund Burke, and Crisis of Empire in Eighteenth-Century Britain
Johnathan M. PETTINATO, Auteur |
Edmund Burke, a central figure in debates over the future of the British Empire, provided spirited and substantive contributions to popular discussions in the midst of imperial crises in America, I...
James Robert WOOD, Auteur |
This essay argues that William Molyneux's experience of friendship within the late seventeenth-century 'republic of letters' informed the rhetorical strategies he used to argue for the Irish Parlia...