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Institute of British-Irish Studies, University College Dublin
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The Institute for British-Irish Studies is an interdisciplinary resource, established in 1999 and based in the School of Politics and International Relations at University College Dublin.

The Institute provides a platform for academics, politicians, public servants and others to share perspectives on a range of aspects of the evolving British-Irish relationship. The institute operates an active research and outreach programme, to stimulate debate and advance understanding of this relationship (including North-south and East-west dimensions). It works closely with the Geary Institute at UCD (fornerly the Institute for the Study of Social Change (ISSC)), and also enjoys links with a range of national, European and international research centres, governmental, non-governmental and other bodies.

Web site: http://www.ucd.ie/ibis/

 

Book Series

Perspectives in British-Irish Studies:

Coakley, J., Todd, J., and Laffan, B. (eds) (2005). Renovation or revolution: new territorial politics in Ireland and the United Kingdom, (Book Series: Perspectives in British-Irish Studies). Dublin: UCD Press.

Bric, M., and Coakley, J. (eds) (2004). From political violence to negotiated settlement: The winding path to peace in twentieth century Ireland, (Book Series: Perspectives in British-Irish Studies). Dublin: UCD Press.

Coakley, J. (ed.) (2002). Changing shades of Orange and Green: redefining the Union and the Nation in contemporary Ireland, (Book Series: Perspectives in British-Irish Studies). Dublin: UCD Press.

Related Titles:

Honohan, I. (ed.) (2008). Republicanism in Ireland: Confronting theory and practice. Dublin: UCD Press.

Ruane, J., Todd, J., and Mandeville, A. (eds) (2003). Europe's Old States in the New World Order: The Politics of Transition in Britain, France and Spain. Dublin: UCD Press.

Ruane, J., and Todd, J. (1999). After the Good Friday Agreement: analysing political change in Northern Ireland. Dublin: UCD Press.

 

Working Papers in British-Irish Studies

2001

  1. O’Malley, Desmond., and Garvin, Tom. (2001). 'Redefining southern nationalism: a political perspective', by Desmond O’Malley; and 'Redefining southern nationalism: an academic perspective', by Tom Garvin, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.1). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  2. Nesbitt, Dermot., and English, Richard. (2001). 'Redefining unionism: a political perspective', by Dermot Nesbitt; and 'Redefining unionism: an academic perspective', by Richard English, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.2). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  3. Maginness, Alban., and Todd Jennifer. (2001). 'Redefining northern nationalism: a political perspective', by Alban Maginness; and 'Redefining northern nationalism: an academic perspective', by Jennifer Todd, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.3). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  4. Ervine, David., and McAuley, James. (2001). 'Redefining loyalism: a political perspective', by David Ervine; and 'Redefining loyalism: an academic perspective', by James McAuley, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.4). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  5. McLaughlin, Mitchel., and Arthur, Paul. (2001). 'Redefining republicanism: a political perspective', by Mitchel McLaughlin; and 'Redefining republicanism: an academic perspective', by Paul Arthur, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.5). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  6. Thomas, Ned. (2001). 'New Wales? New culture?',(Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.6). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  7. Nic Craith, Máiréad. (2001). 'Cultural diversity in Northern Ireland and the Good Friday agreement', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.7). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  8. De Chastelain, John. (2001). 'The Northern Ireland peace process and the impact of decommissioning', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.8). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  9. Coakley, John. (2001). 'Ethnic conflict and its resolution: the new Northern Ireland model', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.9). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  10. O’Halpin, Eunan. (2001). 'The geopolitics of republican diplomacy in the twentieth century', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.10). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  11. De Bréadún, Deaglán., and King, Steven. (2001). 'Building government institutions in Northern Ireland - strand one negotiations', by Deaglán de Bréadún; and 'Building government institutions in Northern Ireland - implementing strand one', by Steven King, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.11). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  12. Mansergh, Martin., and Pollak, Andy. (2001). 'Cross-border bodies and the North-South relationship - laying the groundwork', by Martin Mansergh; and 'Cross-border bodies and the North-South relationship - implementing strand 2', by Andy Pollak, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.12). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  13. Millar, Adrian. (2001). 'A Lacanian psychoanalytic interpretation of conflict in Northern Ireland', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.13). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  14. Reid, John. (2001). 'The British government and the peace process', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.14). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  15. Cowen,Brian, (2001). 'The peace process and equality: towards a transformed society',(Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.15). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

    2002

  16. Galligan, Yvonne. (2002). 'The Politics of Women’s Representation in Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.16). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  17. Mitchell, Claire. (2002). 'Pluralist, Purified or Private: Protestant identification and political change in Northern Ireland',(Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.17). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  18. Hayward, Katy., and Howard, Kevin. (2002). 'Europeanisation and Hyphe-Nation: renegotiating the identity boundaries of Europe’s Western Isles', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.18). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  19. Dixon, Paul. (2002). 'Contemporary unionism and the tactics of resistance', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.19). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  20. Ganiel, Gladys. (2002). 'Conserving or changing? The theology and politics of Northern Irish fundamentalist and evangelical protestants after the Good Friday agreement', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.20). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  21. Guelke, Adrian. (2002). 'The international system and the Northern Ireland peace process', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.21). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  22. Coakley, John. (2002). 'The North-South institutions: From blueprint to reality', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.22). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  23. Osmond, John. (2002). 'Nation building: Implementing devolution in the United Kingdom - The Welsh experience', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.23). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  24. McCrone, David. (2002). 'Marking the card: The Scottish parliament at 1000 days', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.24). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  25. Aughey, Arthur., and Partridge, Simon. (2002). 'Territory and politics in Ireland and Great Britain after devolution', by Arthur Aughey, and 'Implications of devolution for England', by Simon Partridge, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.25). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

    2003

  26. Todd, Jennifer. (2003). 'The changing structure of conflict in Northern Ireland and the Good Friday agreement', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.26). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  27. Laffan, Brigid. (2003). 'Ireland, Britain, Northern Ireland and the European dimension', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.27). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  28. Mitchell, Claire. (2003). 'Is religion in Northern Ireland politically significant?', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.28). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  29. Mallon, Seamus., and Phoenix, Éamon. (2003). 'Nationalism in Northern Ireland from partition to the Belfast agreement - a political perspective', by Seamus Mallon, and 'Nationalism in Northern Ireland from partition to the Belfast agreement - an academic perspective', by Éamon Phoenix, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.29). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  30. Reynolds Albert., and Rafter, Kevin. (2003). 'The Irish government and the peace process, 1992-94 - a political perspective',by Albert Reynolds and 'The Irish government and the peace process, 1992-94 - an observer’s perspective', by Kevin Rafter, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.30). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  31. Feldman, Alice. (2003). 'Beyond the Catholic-Protestant divide: religious and ethnic diversity in the north and south of Ireland', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.31). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  32. Ganiel, Gladys. (2003)., 'The politics of religious dissent in Northern Ireland', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.32). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  33. Mitchell, Claire. (2003). 'Catholicism in Northern Ireland and the politics of conflict', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.33). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  34. Todd, Jennifer. (2003). 'Process, perspectives and interpretations: an oral archive of the Good Friday Agreement', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.34). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  35. Verwoerd, Wilhelm. (2003). 'Towards inclusive remembrance after the "Troubles" - a South African perspective', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.35). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

    2004

  36. Hayes, Bernadette C., and McAllister, Ian. (2004). 'The political impact of secularisation in Northern Ireland', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.36). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  37. Howard, Kevin. (2004). 'Constructing the Irish of Britain: ethnic recognition and the 2001 UK census', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.37). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  38. Pålshaugen, Lone Singstad. (2004). 'The Northern Ireland Civic Forum and the Politics of Recognition', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.38). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  39. Garvin, Tom. (2004). 'An Irish Republican Tradition?', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.39). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  40. Tannam, Etain. (2004). 'Cross-Border co-operation between Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland: Neo-functionalism revisited', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.40). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  41. Rankin, Kieran., and Schofield, Richard. (2004). 'The Troubled historiography of classical boundary terminology', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.41). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  42. Coakley, John. (2004). 'Ethnic conflict and the two-state solution: the Irish experience of partition', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.42). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  43. Farrington, Christopher. (2004). 'Models of civil society and their implications for the Northern Ireland peace process', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.43). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

    2005

  44. McGuinness, Martin., and Arthur, Paul. (2005). 'Republicanism and the implementation of the agreement - a political perspective', by Martin Mc Guinness; and 'Republicanism and the implementation of the agreement - an academic perspective', by Paul Arthur, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.44). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  45. Doyle, John. (2005). 'Republican policies in practical politics: placing contemporary Sinn Féin in a European context', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.45). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  46. Ahern, Dermot., and Collins Stephen. (2005). 'The Irish government and the implementation of the agreement - a political perspective', by Dermot Ahern; and 'The Irish government and the implementation of the agreement - an observer’s perspective', by Stephen Collins, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.46). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  47. Coakley, John., and O’Dowd, Liam. (2005). 'The Irish border and North-South co-operation: an overview', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.47). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  48. Rankin, K.J. (2005). 'The creation and consolidation of the Irish border', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.48). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  49. Anderson, James., and O’Dowd, Liam. (2005). 'Imperial disintegration and the creation of the Irish border: imperialism and nationalism 1885-1925', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.49). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  50. Ahern, Bertie. (2005). 'The future of North-South cooperation', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.50). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  51. O’Connor, Tim. (2005). 'The establishment of the North/South Ministerial Council and the North/South bodies', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.51). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  52. Smyth, Peter. (2005). 'North/South cooperation since the agreement', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.52). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  53. Coakley, John. (2005). 'The Future of the North-South Bodies', (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.53). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  54. 2006

  55. Joan Henderson and Paul Teague. (2006). The Belfast Agreement and cross-border economic cooperation in the tourism industry, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.54). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  56. Liam O’Dowd and Cathal McCall. (2006). The significance of the cross-border dimension for promoting peace and reconciliation, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.55). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  57. John Coakley, Brian Ó Caoindealbháin and Robin Wilson. (2006). The operation of the North-South implementation bodies, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.56). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  58. Stephen Roper. (2006). Cross-border and local cooperation on the island of Ireland : an economic perspective, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.57). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  59. Jennifer Todd. (2006). A puzzle concerning borders and identities: towards a typology of attitudes to the Irish border, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.58). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  60. Andy Pollak. (2006). Educational cooperation on the island of Ireland : a thousand flowers and a hundred heartaches, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.59). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  61. Cormac Ó Gráda and Brendan M Walsh. (2006). Did (and does) the Irish border matter?, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.60). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  62. Liam O’Dowd, Cathal McCall and Ivo Damkat. (2006). Sustaining Cross-border cooperation: a cross-sectoral case study approach, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.61). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  63. Kevin Howard. (2006). Diasporas and ambiguous homelands: a perspective on the Irish border, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.62). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  64. Eoin Magennis, Patricia Clarke and Joseph Shiels. (2006). Funding support for cross-border and North-South cooperation on the island of Ireland , 1982-2005: an overview, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.63). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  65. Alessia Cividin. (2006). Irish cross-border cooperation: the case of the Northwest region, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.64). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  66. Elizabeth Meehan. (2006). Borders and employment opportunities and barriers, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.65). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  67. Kevin Howard. (2006). Nationalist myths: revisiting Heslinga’s “The Irish border as a cultural divide”, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.66). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  68. KJ Rankin. (2006). Theoretical concepts of partition and the partitioning of Ireland, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.67). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  69. Brian Ó Caoindealbháin. (2006). Citizenship and borders: Irish nationality law and Northern Ireland, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.68). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  70. Katy Hayward. (2006). Contention, competition and crime: newspapers’ portrayal of borders in the north-west of Ireland, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.69). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  71. Kevin Howard. (2006). Continuity and change in a partitioned civil society: Whyte revisited, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.70). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  72. Kevin Howard. (2006). Territorial politics and Irish cycling, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.71). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  73. John Bradley. (2006). An island or island economies? Ireland after the Belfast Agreement, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.72). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  74. John Bradley. (2006). Industrial development in Ireland North and South: case studies of the textile and information technologies sectors, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.73). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  75. James Anderson Irish border communities: questioning the effects of state borders and ethno-national identities, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.74). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  76. Michael Kennedy. (2006). The realms of practical politics: North-South cooperation on the Erne hydroelectric scheme, 1942 to 1957, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.75). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  77. Hastings Donnan. (2006). Fuzzy frontiers: the rural interface in South Armagh, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.76). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  78. Brendan O’Leary. (2006). Analysing partition: definition, classification and explanation, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.77). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  79. Brendan O’Leary. (2006). Debating partition: justifications and critiques, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.78). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  80. KJ Rankin. (2006). The provenance and dissolution of the Irish Boundary Commission, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.79). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  81. 2007

  82. Sean Farren. (2007). Sunningdale: An Agreement too soon?, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.80). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  83. Catherine O’Donnell. (2007). The Sunningdale Communiqué, 1973, and bipartisanship in the Republic of Ireland, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.81). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  84. PJ McLoughlin. (2007). "Dublin is just a Sunningdale away?” The SDLP, the Irish Government and the Sunningdale Agreement, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.82). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  85. 2009

  86. Elizabeth Meehan. (2009). From conflict to consensus: the legacy of the Good Friday Agreement.The British-Irish and European contexts, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.83). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  87. Sir George Quigley Tony Kennedy Martin Mansergh. (2009). The impact of devolution on everyday life: 1999-2009, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.84). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  88. Aidan Gough and Eoin Magennis. (2009). The impact of devolution on everyday life, 1999-2009: the case of cross-border commerce, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.85). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  89. Gladys Ganiel and Claire Mitchell. (2009). Everyday evangelicals: life in a religious subculture after the Belfast Agreement, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.86). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  90. Neil Jarman and John Bell. (2009). Routine divisions: segregation and daily life in Northern Ireland, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.87). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  91. Elizabeth Meehan and Fiona Mackay. (2009). A "new politics" of participation?, IBIS Working Paper No.88). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  92. Siobhan Byrne. (2009). Women and the transition from conflict in Northern Ireland : lessons for peace-building in Israel/Palestine, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.89). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  93. Niamh Hardiman and Muiris MacCarthaigh. (2009). Breaking with or building on the past? Reforming Irish public administration: 1958-2008, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.90). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  94. Frank Barry. (2009). Agricultural interests and Irish trade policy over the last half-century: A tale told without recourse to heroes, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.91). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  95. Graham Brownlow. (2009). Fabricating Economic Development, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.92). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  96. Bryan Fanning. (2009). From developmental Ireland to migration nation: immigration and shifting rules of belonging in the Republic of Ireland, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.93). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  97. Thomas P Murray. (2009). The curious case of socio-economic rights, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.94). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  98. Peter Murray Educational developmentalists divided? Patrick Cannon, Patrick Hillery and the economics of education in the early 1960s, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.95). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  99. Tom Garvin. (2009). Dublin opinions: Dublin newspapers and the crisis of the fifties, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.96). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  100. Martin Mansergh Jeffrey Donaldson John Bradley. (2009). North-South relations after the boom: the impact of the credit crunch on mutual relations and understandings, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.97). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  101. 2010

    Martin Mansergh. (2010). Speech at Annual Taoiseach's Conference 2009, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.
  102. Tadhg O hAnnrachain. (2010). The Church of Ireland and the native Irish population in plantation Ulster, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.98). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  103. Adrian Guelke. (2010). The flexibility of Northern Ireland Unionists and Afrikaner Nationalists in comparative perspective, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.99). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  104. Anthony D Buckley. (2010). Amity and enmity: variety in Ulster Protestant culture, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.100). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  105. Rev Brian Kennaway. (2010). All change but no change: can we learn the lessons from the past?, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.101). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  106. Clifford Stevenson. (2010). Beyond divided territories: how changing popular understandings of public space in Northern Ireland can facilitate new identity dynamics, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.102). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  107. Orla T Muldoon, Niamh McNamara, Paula Devine, Karen Trew and Lizanne Dowds. (2010). Inter and intragroup emotion and social identification: a real world study, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.103). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  108. 2011

  109. T John O'Dowd. (2011). Remembering the Constitution: the Easter proclamation and constitutionalism in independent Ireland, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.104). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  110. David Adams. (2011). Perceptions and memories of the Great War, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.105). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  111. John Horne. (2011). Commemorating the centenary of the Great War and the division of Ireland: a European perspective, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.106). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  112. Patrick Paul Walsh and Ciara Whelan. (2011). Hirschman and Irish industrial policy, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.107). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  113. Sir George Quigley Brian Cowen, TD. (2011). A decade of centenaries: commemorating shared history, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.108). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  114. Derek S Hutcheson. (2011). The February 2011 parliamentary election in Ireland, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.109). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  115. Jennifer Todd and Joseph Ruane. (2011). The dynamics of conflict: political economy, equality and conflict, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.110). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  116. 2013

  117. Tyler Anderson. (2013). 'Therefore, Renounce War and Proclaim Peace': A Critical Examination of Mormon Identity in the North and South of Ireland, and Mormon Thoughts on the Northern Ireland Conflict, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.111). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

  118. 2014

  119. Jennifer Todd. (2014). The vulnerability of a (quasi-) constitutional settlement: Northern Ireland after 1998 and the British-Irish relationship?, (Institute for British-Irish Studies, IBIS Working Paper No.112). Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.

 

Newsletters

Institute for British-Irish Studies (IBIS). (2011). Institute for British-Irish Studies (IBIS) Newsletter No.14, Spring 2011. Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.
      http://www.ucd.ie/ibis/filestore/IBIS Newsletter_Issue%2014.pdf

Institute for British-Irish Studies (IBIS). (2010). Institute for British-Irish Studies (IBIS) Newsletter No.13, Spring 2010. Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.
      http://www.ucd.ie/ibis/filestore/IBIS Newsletter 12.pdf

Institute for British-Irish Studies (IBIS). (2009). Institute for British-Irish Studies (IBIS) Newsletter No.12, Summer 2009. Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.
      http://www.ucd.ie/ibis/filestore/IBIS Newsletter_12.pdf

Institute for British-Irish Studies (IBIS). (2008). Institute for British-Irish Studies (IBIS) Newsletter No.11, Winter 2008. Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.
      http://www.ucd.ie/ibis/filestore/IBIS Newsletter_11.pdf

Institute for British-Irish Studies (IBIS). (2006). Institute for British-Irish Studies (IBIS) Newsletter No.10, Summer 2006. Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.
      http://www.ucd.ie/ibis/filestore/newslt10p.pdf

Institute for British-Irish Studies (IBIS). (2005). Institute for British-Irish Studies (IBIS) Newsletter No.9, Autumn 2005. Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.
      http://www.ucd.ie/ibis/filestore/9_7.pdf

Institute for British-Irish Studies (IBIS). (2005). Institute for British-Irish Studies (IBIS) Newsletter No.8, Spring 2005. Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.
      http://www.ucd.ie/ibis/filestore/newslt8_3c.pdf

Institute for British-Irish Studies (IBIS). (2004). Institute for British-Irish Studies (IBIS) Newsletter No.7, Summer 2004. Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.
      http://www.ucd.ie/ibis/filestore/newslt7h4.pdf

Institute for British-Irish Studies (IBIS). (2003). Institute for British-Irish Studies (IBIS) Newsletter No.6, Summer 2003. Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.
      http://www.ucd.ie/ibis/filestore/newslet6.pdf

Institute for British-Irish Studies (IBIS). (2002). Institute for British-Irish Studies (IBIS) Newsletter No.5, Autumn 2002. Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.
      http://www.ucd.ie/ibis/filestore/newslet5.pdf

Institute for British-Irish Studies (IBIS). (2002). Institute for British-Irish Studies (IBIS) Newsletter No.4, Spring 2002. Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.
      http://www.ucd.ie/ibis/filestore/newslt4p.pdf

Institute for British-Irish Studies (IBIS). (2001). Institute for British-Irish Studies (IBIS) Newsletter No.3, Winter 2001. Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.
      http://www.ucd.ie/ibis/filestore/newslt3p.PDF

Institute for British-Irish Studies (IBIS). (2001). Institute for British-Irish Studies (IBIS) Newsletter No.2, Summer 2001. Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.
      http://www.ucd.ie/ibis/filestore/nwslt2p.PDF

Institute for British-Irish Studies (IBIS). (2001). Institute for British-Irish Studies (IBIS) Newsletter No.1, Spring 2001. Dublin: Institute for British-Irish Studies, UCD.
      http://www.ucd.ie/ibis/filestore/newslet1.PDF

 

See also:
Copies of the working papers listed above, and details of the other publications, can be obtained from the IBIS: http://www.ucd.ie/ibis/publications/

 


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