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  • Author:
    J. C. Beckett
  • ISBN:
    0571099602
  • ISBN13:
    978-0571099603
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    Faber & Faber; First edition (January 8, 1973)
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    176 pages
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The essays in this collection cover several centuries of Irish history and discuss a variety of topics.

82 Idem, The study of Irish history: an inaugural lecture (Belfast, 1963), p. 8; repr. in idem, Confrontations: studies in Irish history (London, 1972), pp 15-16. 90 Beckett, Short history (6th e., p. 7. 91 Idem, Confrontations, p. 23: ‘To the Gaelic nationalist, the settlers may remain foreign invaders, an English garrison; but to the historian they are as much part of the Irish scene as the lands they conquered, the castles they built, the institutions they imported or devised. 92 Beckett diary, 6 Apr.

Author of A short history of Ireland, The making of modern Ireland, 1603-1923, The Anglo-Irish tradition, Confrontations: studies in Irish history, A short history of. .

The ‘Rules for contributors to Irish Historical Studies’ drawn up by the late T. W. Moody and first published in that . C. Beckett, ‘Swift: the priest in politics’ in idem, Confrontations: studies in Irish history (London, 1972), pp 111-22. Moody and first published in that journal in 19441 have come to be widely used by Irish historians in preparing articles and books for publication and to be regarded in some universities as norms to be followed for students writing postgraduate theses and undergraduate essays.

Beckett, J. (James Camlin), 1912-. Books for People with Print Disabilities.

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Marianne Elliott is director of the Institute of Irish Studies at Liverpool University and author of Catholics of Ulster: a History and Wolfe Tone: Prophet of Irish Independence.

Marianne Elliott is director of the Institute of Irish Studies at Liverpool University and author of Catholics of Ulster: a History and Wolfe Tone: Prophet of Irish Independence, which won the Irish Independent/Irish Life prize for biography. Her latest book is Robert Emmet: The Making of a Legend, about the leader of the doomed July 1803 rebellion. 1. The Making of Modern Ireland 1603-1923 by JC Beckett.

Yes, it covers important events in Irish history in a very thorough manner. But the author presumes an expert-level knowledge of English Parliamentary history. He focuses almost exclusively on the actions of political leaders. The perspective comes off as very academic and very English.

James Camlin Beckett (8 February 1912 – 12 February 1996) was a Northern Irish historian

James Camlin Beckett (8 February 1912 – 12 February 1996) was a Northern Irish historian. Beckett was a native of Belfast, where he received his education at the Royal Belfast Academical Institution (where he was a contemporary of R. B. McDowell) and Queen's University. He initially read English literature before transferring to Modern History and in 1934 he graduated with First Class Honours.

See N. Mansergh, The Irish Question, 1840–1921 (1965); J. Beckett, The Making of Modern Ireland, 1603–1921 (1966); K. S. Bottigheimer, Ireland and the Irish (1982); R. Munck, Ireland (1985); R. D. Crotty, Ireland in Crisis (1986); R. F. Foster, Modern Ireland, 1600–1972 (1989); J. Lee, Ireland