The Pursuit of Sovereignty & the Impact of Partition, 1912–1949.

Perspective

  1. Ireland: society & economy, 1912-49
  2. Ireland: culture & religion, 1912-49
  3. Ireland: politics & administration, 1912-49

Case Study

  1. The Blitz—Belfast during the second World War
  2. The Treaty Negotiations, October-December 1921
  3. The 31st International Eucharistic Congress, Dublin, 1932

Personality

  1. Richard Dawson Bates, first baronet, lawyer and politician
  2. Michael Collins, revolutionary & chairman of provisional government
  3. William T. Cosgrave, politician and president of the executive council of the irish free state
  4. James Craig, politican and prime minister of northern ireland
  5. Arthur Griffith, journalist and politician
  6. Eva Sydney Hone, artist & craftswoman
  7. James J. MacElligott, civil-servant
  8. Joseph MacRory, cardinal of the roman catholic church
  9. Countess Constance Markievicz, revolutionary & politician
  10. Kevin O’Higgins, politician and social reformer
  11. Patrick Henry Pearse, republican & writer
  12. Éamon de Valera, taoiseach & president of ireland