Irish, Catholic and Scouse
The History of the Liverpool-Irish, 1800-1940
John Belchem is Emeritus Professor of History at the University of Liverpool, author of Irish, Catholic and Scouse: The History of the Liverpool-Irish, 1800–1940 (LUP, 2007) and editor of Liverpool 800: Character, Culture, History (LUP, 2006).
List of Tables List of Abbreviations Acknowledgements Preface Introduction: ‘A Piece Cut Off from the Old Sod Itself’ Part One: 1800-1914 1 Poor Paddy: The Irish in the Liverpool Labour Market 2 ‘The Lowest Depth’: The Spatial Dimensions of Irish Liverpool 3 The Holy Sanctity of Poverty: Welfare, Charity and the Sacred Irish Poor 4 Faith and Fatherland: Ethno-Sectarian Collective Mutuality 5 Electoral Politics: Towards Home Rule 6 Extra-Parliamentary Politics: The American Connection 7 ‘Pat-riot-ism’: Sectarian Violence and Public Disorder 8 Cultural Politics: National Regeneration and Ethnic Revival 9 Leisure: Irish Recreation Part Two: 1914-39 10 The First World War: Free Citizens of a Free Empire? 11 The Liverpool-Irish and the Irish Revolution 12 Depression, Decline and Heritage Recovery Bibliography Index
Publication: September 1, 2007