Comparative aspects of Scottish and Irish economic and social history, 1600-1900



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  • Scotland,
  • Ireland

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  • Scotland -- Economic conditions -- Congresses,
  • Scotland -- Social conditions -- Congresses,
  • Ireland -- Economic conditions -- Congresses,
  • Ireland -- Social conditions -- Congresses

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Comparative aspects of Scottish and Irish economic and social history, – Edited by L.M. Cullen and T.C. Smout. Pp viii, Edinburgh: John Donald Publishers.

£ - Volume 20 Issue 80 - K. Theodore HoppenAuthor: K. Theodore Hoppen. An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk. Comparative aspects of Scottish and Irish economic and social history, Item Preview remove-circlePages: Comparative aspects of Scottish and Irish economic and social history, Edinburgh: Donald, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Conference publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: L M Cullen; T C Smout.

Comparative aspects of Scottish and Irish economic and social history, by Cullen, L. M., T. Smout,Donald edition, in EnglishPages: Add tags for "Comparative aspects of Scottish and Irish economic and social history ". Be the first. Select Bibliography of Writings on Irish Economic and Social History Published in S.

Caskey. Caskey. Comparative Aspects of Scottish and Irish Economic and Social History – D. Coleman. Coleman A Legal History of the Irish Land Problem and its Settlement.

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(), The Search for wealth and stability: essays in economic and social history. Ireland--Emigration and immigration--History Ireland--Social conditionsth century: Language: en: Status of Item: Peer reviewed: Is part of: Cullen, L.M.

and Smout, T.C. (eds.). Comparative aspects of Scottish and Irish economic and social history, ISBN: Appears in Collections: Economics Research Collection. This is a more important point of comparative history than the sense that the chronology and themes of Scottish and Irish rural history ran in broad parallel.

landlords engaged in social and. About this journal. Irish Economic and Social History, the journal of The Economic and Social History Society of Ireland, has been published annually since and "has given a marked impetus to professional publication in the field."It comprises articles and shorter notes on all aspects of Irish economic and social history from the Middle Ages to the present day.

Cullen L., Smout T.C.(ed.), Comparative aspects of Scottish and Irish economic and social history, Proceedings of a Conference, Cullen L., An economic history of Ireland sinceLondon, Book, Scotland.

In the proceedings of the first of these – Comparative Aspects of Scottish and Irish Economic History – () – the editors T. Smout and L. M Cullen say that ‘the idea for a seminar to compare aspects of Scottish and Irish economic and social development – occurred to the editors at a.

Fitzpatrick, David, “ The Disappearance of the Irish Agricultural Labourer, –,” Irish Economic and Social History, 7 (), pp. 66 – Fitzpatrick, David, “ Irish Farming Families Before the First World War,” Comparative Studies in Society and History, 25 (07 ), pp.

– 1 This article was first published in French as «Une autre alimentation et son evolution: l’Irlande ; 2 See L.M. Cullen, The Emergence of Modern IrelandLondon, Batsford,; and L.M.

Cullen, ; 1 For those who study the history of food, there are at least three reasons which give a better understanding of how the situation in Ireland evolved. "Malthus, Emigration and Potatoes in the Scottish Northwest, ," in Comparative Aspects of Scottish and Irish Economic and Social History,LM Cullen and TC Smout, eds.

This is a succinct and accessible account of the Industrial Revolution in Scotland. Whatley's approach is largely comparative, with the Scottish experience of industrialization being placed within the context of the debate about the "British" Industrial Revolution.

This study encompasses the whole of Scotland and assesses the nature and impact of early industrialization in the towns of the. Currently Professor of Scottish History in the University of St. Andrews, T.

Smout has, in the present volume, written a worthy successor to and continuation of his earlier, well-received A. T.M. Devine, 'Colonial Commerce and the Scottish Economy, ' in L.M.

Cullen and T.C. Smout, eds., Comparative Aspects of Irish and Scottish Economic and Social History, (John Donald, ) T.M. Devine, 'The Colonial Trades and Industrial Investment in Eighteenth Century Scotland', Economic History Review, 2nd series (April, ). The Journal of Scottish Historical Studies (formerly Scottish Economic and Social History) is published by Edinburgh University Press on behalf of the Economic and Social History Society of is a fully double-blind peer-reviewed outlet for the best research in social, economic and cultural history, in historical geography and anthropology, and in historical theory.

Review: Comparative Aspects of Scottish and Irish Economic and Social History – June Irish economic and social history: journal of the Economic and Social History Society of. Scottish social and demographic history has seen important developments in the last two decades.

Patterns of population turnover, permanent mobility, and emigration are now becoming clear. This article summarises a large body of recent literature on geographical mobility and sets population movement in its social and economic context.

Author(s): Grada,C O Title(s): Some aspects of nineteenth-century Irish emigration/ C.O. Grada. In: Comparative aspects of Scottish and Irish economic and social history, Edited by L. Cullen and T. Smout Country of Publication: Scotland Publisher: John Donald Publishers, Edinburgh, Scotland.

Author(s): Carney,F J Title(s): Aspects of pre-famine Irish household size: composition and differentials/ F.J. Carney. In: Comparative aspects of Scottish and Irish economic and social history, Edited by L. Cullen and T. Smout Country of Publication: Scotland Publisher: John Donald Publishers, Edinburgh, Scotland, Ireland - Ireland - Daily life and social customs: Ireland has several distinct regional cultures rather than a single national one; moreover, the daily lives of city dwellers are in some ways much different from those living in the countryside.

For example, whereas Dublin is one of Europe’s most cosmopolitan cities, the Blasket Islands of Dingle Bay, off Ireland’s southwestern coast, seem. Century Britain. Economic, Cultural and Social Change (2nd ed., ) [TCB2]. Although the latter is meant to be an updating of the former, they offer different perspectives and are both worth consulting (and comparing).

Other surveys of aspects of the period: F.M.L. Thompson (ed.), The Cambridge Social History of Britain3 vols. T.C. Smout’s most popular book is A History of the Scottish People, - Comparative Aspects of Irish and Scottish Economic and Social Development.

Irish economic history: fact and myth. The social and cultural modernization of rural Ireland, – 3. Wages and comparative development in Ireland and Scotland, – 4. Malthus, Ireland and famine. Wealth, wills and inheritance, – 6. Humphrey O’Sullivan’s Callan: before and. Vaughan, W. E.:'Landlord and tenant relations in Ireland between the famine and the land war, –', in L.

M. Cullen and T. L. Smout (eds.), Comparative Aspects of Scottish and Irish Economic and Social History – (Donald, Edinburgh). Google Scholar. That 'The Scottish Nation' is a book which ultimately fails to convince the reader is partly due to an unconfident part one (), and partly due to a disappointing part four ().

This is not entirely the fault of the author - he concentrates on his areas of speciality and the areas of speciality of recent research.Social history, often called the new social history, is a field of history that looks at the lived experience of the past. In its "golden age" it was a major growth field in the s and s among scholars, and still is well represented in history departments in Britain, Canada, France, Germany, and .