Four Courts Press 
New Catalogue
June 2005
55/50/$55 hbk

Evangelicals and Catholics in nineteenth-century Ireland

JAMES H. MURPHY, editors

Interesting collection of essays - from academics in Ireland and North America - concerning Irish society, religion and politics in the nineteenth century.

Walter L. Arnstein (U Illinois) Charles Bradlaugh
Matthew Brown (U Wisconsin-Madison) John Tyndall's Belfast address
Martin Doherty (U Westminster) The Arklow disturbances of 1890-2
Tadhg Foley (NUIG) Religion, empire, and Max Arthur Macauliffe
Louise Fuller (NUIM) Walter McDonald & Maynooth, 1870-1920
Jill Brady Hampton (U South Carolina) May Laffan's Hogan, MP
Janice Holmes (UU) Irish evangelicals and the British evangelical community, 1820s-1870s
Marjorie Howes (Boston College) Popular Catholicism, popular fictions
Emmet Larkin (U Chicago) Before the 'devotional revolution'
David E. Latané, Jnr (Virginia C. U) William Maginn
Amy E. Martin (Mount Holyoke College) Belief and institutionality in the genre of Fenian recollections
Shirley Matthews (Southampton U) Catholicism and anti-Catholicism in Hampshire
Patrick Maume (QUB) Father Boyce, Lady Morgan & Sir Walter Scott
David W. Miller (Carnegie Mellon U) Did Ulster Presbyterians have a devotional revolution?
James H. Murphy Unremembering the 'devotional revolution'
Maureen O'Connor (NUIG) Frances Power Cobbe and the patriarchs
Katherine Parr (North Central College, Illinois) Two famine poems from Young Ireland
G.K. Peatling (U Guelph) William Warren Baldwin's Thoughts on the civilisation of the aboriginal Canadians of Ontario, 1819
Kara M. Ryan (U Tulsa) Charlotte Elizabeth Tonna's historical novels

James H. Murphy is associate professor of English at DePaul U, Chicago, and has written widely on 19th-century Ireland. His books include Ireland: a social, cultural & literary history, 1791-1891 (Dublin, 2002).

256pp June 2005