Urban Spaces in nineteenth-century Ireland
Edited by Georgina Laragy, Olwen Purdue, and Jonathan Jeffrey Wright
Georgina Laragy is Glasnevin Trust Assistant Professor in Public History and Cultural Heritage at Trinity College Dublin.
Jonathan Jeffrey Wright is Lecturer in British History at Maynooth University.
Olwen Purdue is Lecturer in History and Director of the Centre for Public History at Queen’s University Belfast.
Introduction - Olwen Purdue and Jonathan Wright
The Royal Paragon; setting out suburban space in nineteenth century Dublin’ - Laura Johnstone
Municipal Social Housing in Ireland 1866-1914 - Matthew Potter
‘The Donegalls’ Backside’: Donegall Place, the White Linen Hall and the development of space and place in nineteenth-century Belfast - Jonathan Wright
The school and the home: constructing childhood and space in Dublin boarding schools - Mary Hatfield
‘High walls and locked doors’: contested spaces in Belfast workhouse 1880 – 1905 - Olwen Purdue
Levelling up the lower deeps – rural and suburban spaces at an Edwardian asylum - Gillian Allmond
Locating investigations into suicidal deaths in urban Ireland, 1901-1915 - Georgina Laragy
Visualizing the City: Images of Ireland’s urban world, c. 1790 – 1820 - Mary Jane Boland
Forging a Shared Identity: Irish Migrants and Steel Cities 1850-1900 - Oliver Betts
Size: 239 × 163 mm
20 B&W photo/halftones
Copyright: © 2018
Publication: September 30, 2018
Series: Society for the Study of Nineteenth Century Ireland 3