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T. C. Barnard. Cromwellian Ireland: English Government and Reform in Ireland, 1649-1660. Oxford University Press. 2000. 384pp. Reissue.

J. Bowyer Bell. The Gun in Politics: An Analysis of Irish Political Conflict, 1916-1986. Transaction Publishers. 1991. 371pp.

Paul Bew. Ireland: The Politics of Enmity, 1789-2006. Oxford University Press. 2007. 613pp.

Ludwig Bieler. Ireland: Harbinger of the Middle Ages. Oxford University Press. 1963. 148pp. Translation from German.

Elizabethanne Boran; Crawford Gribben (editors). Enforcing Reformation in Ireland and Scotland, 1550-1700. Ashgate Publishing. 2006. 259pp.

D. G. Boyce. The Revolution in Ireland, 1879-1923. Macmillan Education. 1988. 278pp.

Scott Brewster; Virginia Crossman; Fiona Becket; David Alderson (editors). Ireland in Proximity: History, Gender, Space. Routledge. 1999. 192pp.

Mervyn Austen Busteed. Voting Behaviour in the Republic of Ireland: A Geographical Perspective. Oxford University Press. 1991. 247pp.

Thomas Cahill. How the Irish Saved Civilization: The Untold Story of Ireland's Heroic Role from the Fall of Rome to the Rise of Medieval Europe. New York: Nan A. Talese / Doubleday. 1995. 246pp.

R. W. G. Carter; A. J. Parker (editors). Ireland: A Contemporary Geographical Perspective. Routledge. 1989. 486pp.

Carolyn Conley. Melancholy Accidents: The Meaning of Violence in Post-Famine Ireland. Lexington Books. 1999. 249pp.

Linda Connolly; Niamh Hourigan. Social Movements and Ireland. Manchester University Press. 2006. 240pp.

Tim Pat Coogan. Ireland in the Twentieth Century. Hutchinson. 2003. 862pp.

Tim Pat Coogan. The Troubles: Ireland's Ordeal and the Search for Peace. Macmillan. 2002. 496pp.

Joseph Coohill. Ireland: A Short History. Oneworld. 2000. 242pp.

Gabriel Cooney. Landscapes of Neolithic Ireland. Routledge. 2000. 276pp.

Farrel Corcoran. RTÉ and the Globalisation of Irish Television: RTE Unsettled. Intellect Books. 2004. 249pp.

Giovanni Costigan. A History of Modern Ireland: With a Sketch of Earlier Times. New York: Pegasus. 1969. 380pp.

Michael Cronin; Barbara O'Connor (editors). Irish Tourism: Image, Culture, and Identity. Channel View Publications. 2003. 290pp.

Sean Cronin. Irish Nationalism: A History of Its Roots and Ideology. New York: Continuum. 1981. 391pp.

Sean Cronin. Washington's Irish Policy, 1916-1986: Independence, Partition, Neutrality. Anvil Books. 1987. 363pp.

William Crotty; David E. Schmitt (editors). Ireland on the World Stage. Longman. 2002. 210pp.

L. M. Cullen. An Economic History of Ireland Since 1660. B. T. Batsford. 1972. 208pp.

Mary E. Daly. The Slow Failure: Population Decline and Independent Ireland, 1922-1973. University of Wisconsin Press. 2006. 438pp.

Richard Dunphy. The Making of Fianna Fáil Power in Ireland, 1923-1948. Oxford University Press. 1995. 340pp.

Nancy Edwards. The Archaeology of Early Medieval Ireland. University of Pennsylvania Press. 1990. 226pp.

Richard English. Radicals and the Republic: Socialist Republicanism in the Irish Free State, 1925-1937. Oxford University Press. 1994. 309pp.

Richard B. Finnegan; Edward T. McCarron. Ireland: Historical Echoes, Contemporary Politics. Westview Press. 2000. 452pp.

Richard B. Finnegan. Ireland: The Challenge of Conflict and Change. Westview Press. 1983. 166pp.

Robert Fisk. In Time of War: Ireland, Ulster, and the Price of Neutrality, 1939-45. University of Pennsylvania Press. 1983. 565pp.

Brendan Fitzpatrick. Seventeenth-Century Ireland: The War of Religions. Barnes & Noble Books. 1989. 291pp.

David Fitzpatrick. Politics and Irish Life, 1913-1921: Provincial Experiences of War and Revolution. Cork University Press. 1998. 416pp.

R. F. Foster. Modern Ireland, 1600-1972. London: Allen Lane. 1988. 688pp.

Roy Foster. The Oxford Illustrated History of Ireland. Oxford University Press. 2001. 400pp.

Murray Fraser. John Bull's Other Homes: State Housing and British Policy in Ireland, 1883-1922. Liverpool University Press. 1996. 412pp.

Steve Garner. Racism in the Irish Experience. Pluto Press. 2004. 308pp.

Brian Girvin. Between Two Worlds: Politics and Economy in Independent Ireland. Rowman & Littlefield. 1989. 251pp.

Evi Gkotzaridis. Trials of Irish History: Genesis and Evolution of a Reappraisal, 1938-2000. Routledge. 2006. 324pp.

Cormac Ó Gráda. Ireland: A New Economic History, 1780-1939. Oxford University Press. 1995. 552pp.

Alice Stopford Green. The Making of Ireland and Its Undoing, 1200-1600. Ayer Publishing. 1972. 511pp.

Thomas E. Hachey; Joseph M. Hernon, Jr.; Lawrence J. McCaffrey. The Irish Experience: A Concise History. M. E. Sharpe. 1996. 303pp. Revised edition.

Andrew Hadfield; John McVeagh (editors). Strangers to that Land: British Perceptions of Ireland from the Reformation to the Famine. Rowman & Littlefield. 1994. 315pp.

Glenn Hooper. The Tourist's Gaze: Travellers to Ireland, 1800-2000. Cork University Press. 2001. 268pp.

Michael Hopkinson. The Irish War of Independence. McGill-Queen's University Press. 2004. 400pp.

K. Theodore Hoppen. Elections, Politics, and Society in Ireland, 1832-1885. Clarendon Press. 1984. 569pp.

Stephen Howe. Ireland and Empire: Colonial Legacies in Irish History and Culture. Oxford University Press. 2002. 334pp.

Alvin Jackson. Home Rule: An Irish History, 1800-2000. Oxford University Press. 2004. 416pp.

Alvin Jackson. The Ulster Party: Irish Unionists in the House of Commons, 1884-1911. Oxford University Press. 1989. 359pp.

John Kurt Jacobsen. Chasing Progress in the Irish Republic: Ideology, Democracy, and Dependent Development. Cambridge University Press. 1994. 226pp.

Brian Jenkins. Era of Emancipation: British Government of Ireland, 1812-1830. McGill-Queen's University Press. 1988. 383pp.

Paul Johnson. Ireland, Land of Troubles: A History from the Twelfth Century to the Present Day. Eyre Methuen. 1980. 224pp.

Hugh F. Kearney. Ireland: Contested Ideas of Nationalism and History. New York University Press. 2007. 309pp.

Robert Kee. The Green Flag: The Turbulent History of the Irish National Movement. Delacorte Press. 1972. 877pp.

Kevin Kenny (editor). Ireland and the British Empire. Oxford University Press. 2004. 296pp.

Dermot Keogh. Ireland and Europe, 1919-1948. Gill and Macmillan. 1988. 256pp.

Ullrich Kockel (editor). Culture, Tourism and Development: The Case of Ireland. Liverpool University Press. 1994. 199pp.

Fintan Lane. The Origins of Modern Irish Socialism, 1881-1896. Cork University Press. 1997. 263pp.

J. J. Lee. Ireland, 1912-1985: Politics and Society. Cambridge University Press. 1989. 754pp.

James Loughlin. The British Monarchy and Ireland: 1800 to the Present. Cambridge University Press. 2008. 398pp.

J. F. Lydon. The Lordship of Ireland in the Middle Ages. University of Toronto Press. 1972. 295pp.

James F. Lydon. The Making of Ireland: From Ancient Times to the Present. Routledge. 1998. 425pp.

Elizabeth Malcolm; Greta Jones (editors). Medicine, Disease and the State in Ireland, 1650-1940. Cork University Press. 1999. 278pp.

Conor McCarthy. Modernisation, Crisis and Culture in Ireland, 1969-1992. Four Courts Press. 2000. 240pp.

Malachy McCourt. Malachy McCourt's History of Ireland. Running Press. 2004. 400pp.

R. B. McDowell. The Church of Ireland, 1869-1969. Routledge. 1975. 157pp.

Fearghal McGarry. Irish Politics and the Spanish Civil War. Cork University Press. 1999. 326pp.

Rory Miller (editor). Ireland and the Middle East: Trade, Society and Peace. Irish Academic Press. 2007. 206pp.

Mike Milotte. Communism in Modern Ireland: The Pursuit of the Workers' Republic Since 1916. Gill and Macmillan. 1984. 326pp.

Ronaldo Munck. Ireland: Nation, State, and Class Struggle. Westview Press. 1985. 185pp.

James H. Murphy. Catholic Fiction and Social Reality in Ireland, 1873-1922. Greenwood Publishing Group. 1997. 172pp.

Conor Cruise O'Brien. Ancestral Voices: Religion and Nationalism in Ireland. University of Chicago Press. 1995. 221pp.

Conor Cruise O'Brien (editor). The Shaping of Modern Ireland. University of Toronto Press. 1960. 201pp.

Sean O'Callaghan. To Hell or Barbados: The Ethnic Cleansing of Ireland. Rowman & Littlefield. 2002. 240pp.

Patricia O'Hara. Partners in Production? Women, Farm and Family in Ireland. Berghahn Books. 1998. 182pp.

Jane H. Ohlmeyer (editor). Political Thought in Seventeenth-Century Ireland: Kingdom or Colony. Cambridge University Press. 2000. 290pp.

Harold Orel (editor). Irish History and Culture: Aspects of a People's Heritage. University Press of Kansas. 1976. 387pp.

Ray Ryan. Ireland and Scotland: Literature and Culture, State and Nation, 1966-2000. Oxford University Press. 2002. 329pp.

Robert J. Savage, Jr.. Irish Television: The Political and Social Origins. Greenwood Publishing Group. 1996. 234pp.

Robert James Scally. The End of Hidden Ireland: Rebellion, Famine, and Emigration. Oxford University Press. 1995. 266pp.

E. D. Steele. Irish Land and British Politics: Tenant-right and Nationality, 1865-1870. Cambridge University Press. 1974. 367pp.

Colin Thomas; Avril Thomas. Historical Dictionary of Ireland. Scarecrow Press. 1997. 263pp.

Charles Townshend. The British Campaign in Ireland, 1919-1921: The Development of Political and Military Policies. Oxford University Press. 1975. 242pp.

Gearoid Ó Tuathaigh. Ireland Before the Famine, 1798-1848. Dublin: Gil and Macmillan. 1971. 237pp.

Bernadette Whelan. United States Foreign Policy and Ireland: From Empire to Independence, 1913-29. Four Courts Press. 2006. 607pp.

Nigel Yates. The Religious Condition of Ireland, 1770-1850. Oxford University Press. 2006. 401pp.

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