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Compiled by: B. Lynn, F. McKenna, M. Melaugh ... Programming: Mike McCool
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CAIN Bibliography of the Northern Ireland Conflict

Search Form: Select a 'field', enter text in the box, click 'SEARCH' button
Title: full title or part of the title; or one keyword
Author: full, or part of, surname; or surname and first initial eg smith, a
Year: eg 1997





See also a list by author of the main items available at the CAIN site.
See also a suggested reading list on the conflict and politics in the region.

Note on the CAIN Bibliography

The CAIN Bibliography (v20 - last update August 2009) contains over 15,700 references to materials relevant to the Northern Ireland conflict and was compiled by Brendan Lynn, Martin Melaugh and Fionnuala McKenna (formerly Development Officer on the CAIN Project).

The entries in the bibliography mainly refer to books although there are many journal articles, pamphlets, dissertations, etc. When finished the bibliography will mainly cover the period 1968 to the present but will include key texts from before 'the Troubles'. During 2006-2008 the bibliography was extended to included ephemeral items, mainly media stories, related to the issues surrounding the topic of victims. This work was conducted as part of an AHRC funded project.

Some of the citations returned from the search have links to extracts from, or full text of, the document on the CAIN site.

When searching for names beginning with: "Mc", "Mc ", "O", "O ", "O'", "O' ", etc, the spacing (" ") can be important. If you are unsure just use the main part of the surname in your search.


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CAIN is based within the University of Ulster.


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