Remembering the Troubles: Contesting the Recent Past in Northern Ireland

Remembering the Troubles Contesting the Recent Past in Northern Ireland The historian A T Q Stewart once remarked that in Ireland all history is applied history that is the study of the past prosecutes political conflict by other means Indeed nearly twenty years after t

  • Title: Remembering the Troubles: Contesting the Recent Past in Northern Ireland
  • Author: Jim Smyth
  • ISBN: 9780268101749
  • Page: 355
  • Format: Hardcover
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    The historian A T Q Stewart once remarked that in Ireland all history is applied history that is, the study of the past prosecutes political conflict by other means Indeed, nearly twenty years after the 1998 Belfast Agreement, dealing with the past remains near the top of the political agenda in Northern Ireland The essays in this volume, by leading experts in the fThe historian A T Q Stewart once remarked that in Ireland all history is applied history that is, the study of the past prosecutes political conflict by other means Indeed, nearly twenty years after the 1998 Belfast Agreement, dealing with the past remains near the top of the political agenda in Northern Ireland The essays in this volume, by leading experts in the fields of Irish and British history, politics, and international studies, explore the ways in which competing social or collective memories of the Northern Ireland Troubles continue to shape the post conflict political landscape The contributors to this volume embrace a diversity of perspectives the Provisional Republican version of events, as well as that of its Official Republican rival Loyalist understandings of the recent past as well as the British Army s authorized for the record account the importance of commemoration and memorialization to Irish Republican culture and the individual memory of one of the noncombatants swept up in the conflict Tightly specific, sharply focused, and rich in local detail, these essays make a significant contribution to the burgeoning literature of history and memory The book will interest students and scholars of Irish studies, contemporary British history, memory studies, conflict resolution, and political science Contributors Jim Smyth, Ian McBride, Ruan O Donnell, Aaron Edwards, James W McAuley, Margaret O Callaghan, John Mulqueen, and Cathal Goan.

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