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Contemporary Irish Studies

Ireland Beyond Boundaries: Mapping Irish Studies in the Twenty-first Century (Contemporary Irish Studies)
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Ireland Beyond Boundaries
Belfast: Segregation, Violence and the City (Contemporary Irish Studies)
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Belfast
Bloody Sunday: Trauma, Pain and Politics (Contemporary Irish Studies)
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Bloody Sunday
Reinventing Ireland: Culture, Society and the Global Economy (Contemporary Irish Studies)
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Reinventing Ireland
Reimagining The Nation-State: The Contested Terrains of Nation-Building (Contemporary Irish Studies)
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Reimagining The Nation-State
The Crowned Harp: Policing Northern Ireland (Contemporary Irish Studies)
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The Crowned Harp
Contemporary Northern Irish Society: An Introduction (Contemporary Irish Studies)
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Contemporary Northern Irish Society
Dis/agreeing Ireland: Contexts, Obstacles, Hopes (Contemporary Irish Studies)
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Dis/agreeing Ireland
Inside the Celtic Tiger: The Irish Economy and the Asian Model (Contemporary Irish Studies)
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Inside the Celtic Tiger
Decolonisation and Criticism: The Construction of Irish Literature (Contemporary Irish Studies)
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Decolonisation and Criticism
The Novel and the Nation: Studies in the New Irish Fiction (Contemporary Irish Studies)
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The Novel and the Nation

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