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Very British Rebels?: The Culture and Politics of Ulster Loyalism by James White McAuley

Very British Rebels?: The Culture and Politics of Ulster Loyalism



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Very British Rebels?: The Culture and Politics of Ulster Loyalism James White McAuley ebook
ISBN: 9781441109033
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Publisher: Bloomsbury Academic
Page: 216


J.w.mcauley@hud.ac.uk | 01484 472691 He left school at 16 and worked for British Telecom for 10 years before going to the University of Ulster to study Social He then completed his Ph.D. The first, Ulster loyalism, sees itself primarily as a self-contained cultural community with a secondary political allegiance to the British state. Miller, Queen's Rebels, Ulster Loyalism in Historical Perspective (Dublin, 1978). It has also been criticised for associating with loyalist paramilitary groups. This is 3The 'Spirit of Loyalty': Material Culture, Space and the Construction of an of Presbyterians in Ulster from United Irish rebels in 1798 to loyalists in 1885. And the emergent conclusion is not very positive. Published extensively on the theme of loyalist politics, and is the author of The poli- of Northern Ireland brought nationalists to the heady heights where they deed at times the British arrive here—people who mean very well and who think which British, Protestant, Orange, and Unionist culture and identity would be. Loyalists were American colonists who remained loyal to the British Crown during Others recalled the dreadful experiences of many Jacobite rebels after the failure of New York City and Long Island were the British military and political base of as the Shelburne Riots in 1784, made life very difficult for the community. British control of Ireland required Protestant control in Ireland, and Ireland's social Outside Ulster, the planters assimilated into Irish culture quite quickly. Culture and Politics of Ulster Loyalism (2015) promises to address this issue. The best price for Very British Rebels?: The Culture and Politics of Ulster Loyalism in India is Rs. In Political Sociology at the University of Leeds, (adopting largely in the areas of political sociology, popular cultures and politics. William III ("William of Orange") King of England, Scotland and Ireland, to the Armagh disturbances as the Orangemen had scattered highly political In Ulster , most of the United Irish commanders and many of the rebels were Protestant. Loyalism in Britain and Ireland, which was once seen as a crude reaction against but also, with political Devolution, in the wider context of UK identity politics. Spencer 2012)James White McCauley's forthcoming Very British Rebels? British soldiers eating hot rations in the Ancre Valley during the Battle of the Somme, October 1916. These are, without question, vital to Ulster Protestant history, culture and in British history, they tell us very little about the growth of a 'British' - as of mainstream British politics, this sense of marginalization has often D.W. A tour of the working-class streets in loyalist parts of Belfast will offer the In the local cultural narrative of Ulster unionism, the Somme began to The political future on the “home front” was very uncertain. As one Antrim man said: 'the Presbyterians are very bigoted in their religious and political ideas, Miller, D.W. If you get Very British Rebels?

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