Movements for Political & Social Reform, 1870–1914.

Perspective

  1. Ireland: religion & culture, 1870-1914
  2. Ireland: society & economy, 1870-1914
  3. Ireland: politics & administration, 1870-1914

Case Study

  1. Dublin, 1913—Strike and Lockout
  2. Home Rule—The Elections of 1885 & 1886
  3. History of the Gaelic Athletic Association (GAA)

Personality

  1. Edward Carson, lawyer, unionist politician, party leader, cabinet minister
  2. James Connolly, socialist, trade union leader, writer
  3. Michael Davitt, revolutionary, politician, journalist
  4. Douglas Hyde, scholar, author, president of ireland
  5. James Larkin, socialist, trade union leader, politician
  6. Charles Stewart Parnell, political leader
  7. John Redmond, politician, party leader
  8. Hanna Sheehy-Skeffington, suffragist, nationalist, republican
  9. Isabella Tod, suffragist, philanthropist, educationalist, reformer
  10. William Butler Yeats, poet & dramatist

Concept

  1. Anglicisation and De-Anglicisation
  2. Feminism
  3. Home Rule
  4. Irish Ireland
  5. Militarism and Separatism
  6. Socialism
  7. Suffragette
  8. The Anglo-Irish