Gender Studies

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Margaret Ward

30th September 2017 · Hardback

This book provides the reader with an indispensable source for understanding the personalities and the issues behind the long march...

Tina O'Toole

20th November 2016 · Paperback

Women's literary expressions of war have long been neglected and at times forgotten in Irish scholarship. In Women Writing War:...

Father Patrick Dinneen

15th September 2013 · Paperback

A document that offers insight into the ideas of a major Irish-Ireland intellectual on one of the most important political,...

Fanny Taylor

15th September 2013 · Paperback

Between 1864 and 1867 the author made many trips to Ireland. In this book, she offers an eye-witness account of...

Ann Chapman

15th September 2011 · Hardback

Our knowledge of Cleopatra, one of the most famous woman in antiquity, comes from Plutarch's description of her. Plutarch, whose...

Sarah E. McKibben

25th October 2010 · Hardback

Drawing on feminist, postcolonial and gender theory, this work argues for the ideological, representational and linguistic complexity of early modern...

Maria Edgeworth

6th December 2006 · Paperback

First published in 1802, this work talks about the talent and wit of the Irish lower classes. It offers an...

Aoife Bhreatnach

11th September 2006 · Hardback

Presenting the history of Travellers in twentieth-century Ireland, this work describes the people who travelled Irish roads, showing how and...

Oonagh Walsh

16th October 2005 · Paperback

A fascinating account of the public activities of women members of the Church of Ireland living in Dublin during a...

Oonagh Walsh

16th October 2005 · Hardback

A fascinating account of the public activities of women members of the Church of Ireland living in Dublin during a...

Cliona O Gallchoir

7th September 2005 · Paperback

This innovative book reassess the place of Maria Edgeworth within the Irish literary canon by illuminating the connections between her...

Cliona O Gallchoir

7th September 2005 · Hardback

This innovative book reassess the place of Maria Edgeworth within the Irish literary canon by illuminating the connections between her...

Tom Inglis

21st October 1998 · Paperback

The Catholic Church's monopoly over sexual morality in Ireland has been broken. Sex has become part of everyday social life....