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Dingle And Its Hinterland

Author : Felicity Hayes-McCoy
ISBN : 9781788410045
Genre : Travel
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The tip of the Dingle Peninsula, at the westernmost edge of Europe, is one of Ireland's most isolated regions. For millennia, it has also been a hub for foreign visitors: its position made it a medieval centre for traders, and the wildness of its remote landscape has been the setting for spiritual pilgrimage. This seeming paradox is what makes Dingle and its western hinterland unique: the ancient, native culture has been preserved, while also being influenced by the world at large. This rich heritage is best understood by chatting with the people who live and work here. But how many visitors get that opportunity? Starting with Dingle town, Felicity Hayes-McCoy takes us on an insiders' tour of the region, interviewing locals along the way, ranging from farmers, postmasters and boatmen to museum curators, radio presenters and sean-nos singers. A resident for the last twenty years, Felicity offers practical information and advice as well as cultural insights that will give any visitor a deeper understanding of this special place.
Category: Travel

Multilingualism And The Periphery

Author : Sari Pietikainen
ISBN : 9780199945184
Genre : Language Arts & Disciplines
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Multilingualism and the Periphery is an edited volume that explores the ways in which core-periphery dynamics shape multilingualism. The research focuses on peripheral sites, which are defined by a relationship-be it geographic, political, economic etc.-to some perceived centre. Viewing multilingualism through the lens of core-periphery dynamics allows the contributors to highlight language ideological tensions with regard to language boundary-making, language ownership, commodification and authenticity, as well as the ways in which speakers seek novel solutions in adapting their linguistic resources to new situations and thereby develop innovative language practices. Since the core-periphery relationship is never fixed, but instead constantly renegotiated and mutually constitutive, the essays in the volume are particularly concerned with processes of peripheralization and of centralization. The volume includes ten essays by leading scholars in the field, and introductory and concluding remarks by the volume editors.
Category: Language Arts & Disciplines

The Rough Guide To Ireland

Author : Margaret Greenwood
ISBN : 1843530597
Genre : Travel
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Including detailed guidance to exploring the countryside and historic sites, this fully revised guide offers a complete picture of the beautiful island of Ireland, north and south. of color photos.
Category: Travel

Cenozoic Mammals Of Africa

Author : Lars Werdelin
ISBN : 9780520257214
Genre : Science
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"This impressively comprehensive volume is a long-awaited and worthy successor to the now outdated 1978 classic, Evolution of African Mammals. A must-have reference work for everyone interested in mammalian evolution." David Pilbeam, Harvard University and the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology --
Category: Science

The Irish National League In Dingle County Kerry 1885 1892

Author : Donnacha Seán Lucey
ISBN : STANFORD:36105113409622
Genre : History
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During the period 1885-92 the Irish National League was the largest nationalist organisation in the country. With a branch structure of over 1500 clubs nationwide it provided the backbone for the Home Rule movement as well as orchestrating agrarian agitation. This work concentrates on the movement's phenomenal rise and fall in the Dingle Poor Law Union. It examines the emergence of league courts through which the National League created an alternative legal system to that of the crown. These courts controlled access to land and relations between various social groups such as farmers and agricultural labourers. Those who failed to comply with the National League faced the movement's prime weapon, the boycott. The League was so successful in gaining power in the region that the RIC District Inspector for Dingle claimed that the law of the land is nowhere and the law of the League everywhere. In addition, the National League gained control of the local government body of the time, the Board of Guardians, but the movement was to be divided by the competing class and political motives of its membership. In examining this critical juncture in the history of the region, this work provides an insight into the fabric of local politics and society in late nineteenth century Dingle.
Category: History

Irish Tourism

Author : Prof. Michael Cronin
ISBN : 9781845413538
Genre : Business & Economics
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For many years Ireland has been a popular tourist destination and tourism has been one of the most significant social, economic and cultural forces in Irish society. Irish Tourism: Image, Culture and Identity engages with major national and international debates on contemporary tourism through cutting-edge research. The book explores the multi-faceted nature of this important phenomenon, drawing on current work in sociology, cultural studies, ethnography, and language studies. For those who theorise about tourism and those who make practical day-to-day decisions on tourism policy, Irish Tourism will provide invaluable insights into historical and contemporary tourist representations, practices and impacts. In addressing issues such as the relationship between the local and the global in tourist settings, the construction of tourist imagery and products, and the development of tourism policy, contributors to Irish Tourism offer an innovative and critical analysis of the impact of global tourism on a small country. This book will be indispensable reading for students and scholars in Tourism Studies and Irish Studies and will also be essential for students of sociology, cultural studies, geography, languages and anthropology.
Category: Business & Economics

Geologic Evolution Of Atlantic Continental Rises

Author : C.W. Poag
ISBN : UCSD:31822016252249
Genre : Science
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Because of their great depth and distance from the shore, continental rises have been relatively insulated from geological explorations. Distinguished international experts offer new interpretations of continental-rise deposition at several different locations along the margins of the Atlantic Ocean in this volume. They provide findings generated by new measurement and imaging technology, complete with fold-out maps that display a panorama of erosional features for comparison with other ocean regions. New techniques for detecting and dating tectonic episodes that affect continental rise deposition will be especially useful to petroleum engineers involved in offshore oil exploration. Information is included on the role of massive slides in forming continental-rise deposits and interaction of sedimentation on modern continental rises.
Category: Science

Screening Ireland

Author : Lance Pettitt
ISBN : UOM:39015050245904
Genre : Performing Arts
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An examination of a century of screen representations of Ireland from a cultural studies perspective. Analyzing historical and contemporary examples from both film and television, the book offers a thematically-informed synthesis of the most influential research on Irish audio-visual culture.
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Mccarthy S Bar

Author : Pete McCarthy
ISBN : 9781466866379
Genre : Travel
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"It was half past five in the morning as I lurched through the front door of the B&B. Mrs. O'Sullivan appeared just in time to see me pause to admire the luminous Virgin holy water stand with integral night-light, and knock it off the wall. Politely declining the six rounds of ham sandwiches on the tray she was holding, I edged gingerly along the hallway to the wrong bedroom door and opened it." Despite the many exotic places Peter McCarthy has visited, he finds that nowhere else can match the particular magic of Ireland, his mother's homeland. In McCarthy's Bar, his journey begins in Cork and continues along the west coast to Donegal in the north. Traveling through spectacular landscapes, but at all times obeying the rule, "never pass a bar that has your name on it," he encounters McCarthy's bars up and down the land, meeting fascinating people before pleading to be let out at four o'clock in the morning. Through adventures with English hippies who have colonized a desolate mountain; roots-seeking, buffet-devouring American tourists; priests for whom the word "father" has a loaded meaning; enthusiastic Germans who "here since many years holidays are making;" and his fellow barefoot pilgrims on an island called Purgatory, Peter pursues the secrets of Ireland's global popularity and his own confused Irish-Anglo identity. Written by someone who is at once an insider and an outsider, McCarthy's Bar is a wonderfully funny and affectionate portrait of a rapidly changing country.
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The Rough Guide To Ireland

Author : Paul Gray
ISBN : 9781405389167
Genre : Travel
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The Rough Guide to Ireland is the definitive guide to this fascinating island with its world-renowned pubs, historical sites, spectacular landscapes and pulsating nightlife. It will guide you through Ireland with reliable information and a clearly explained background on everything from traditional sports and music to the country's history and literature. Whether you're looking for great places to eat and drink or charming accommodation and the top places to hear Irish music, you'll find the solution. Accurate maps and comprehensive practical information help you get under the skin of Ireland, whilst stunning photography makes The Rough Guide to Ireland your ultimate travelling companion. Make the most of your time on Earth with The Rough Guide to Ireland. Now available in epub format.
Category: Travel

The Real Guide

Author : Seán Doran
ISBN : IND:39000000254172
Genre : Ireland
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The image of green and rural Ireland is familiar to everyone. The Rough Guide, though, is not like other guides: it looks beyond the blarney to explore the real charms of a vital European nation. The countryside is fully covered, of course, from the rugged Mountains of Mourne to the wild Atlantic Coast. But the Rough Guide to Ireland also investigates the extraordinary literary culture, keys into the undercurrents of the deep musical tradition, and explores nightlife in the cities as well as discussing the realities of life, north and south. There's extensive detail on the basics, where to stay, where to eat and drink, and much more which is not so obvious, like where to witness the ritual of bargaining at the ancient fairs or how to deal with the complex anomalies of the North.
Category: Ireland

The Rough Guide To Ireland

Author : Mark Connolly
ISBN : WISC:89072016447
Genre : Ireland
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Including detailed guidance to exploring the countryside and historic sites, this fully revised guide offers a complete picture of the beautiful island of Ireland, north and south. of color photos.
Category: Ireland

An Irish Journey

Author : Seán O'Faoláin
ISBN : UOM:39015027327041
Genre : Ireland
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The Irish Narrow Gauge Railway

Author : J. D. C. A. Prideaux
ISBN : UOM:39015006068319
Genre : Narrow gauge railroads
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Ireland

Author : Rough Guides, Limited
ISBN : 0858284006
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