Irish-Australian studies

papers delivered at the Fifth Irish-Australian Conference
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Australian National University , Canberra, ACT
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Statementedited by Oliver MacDonagh and W.F. Mandle.
ContributionsMacDonagh, Oliver., Mandle, W. F.
LC ClassificationsDU122.I7 I76 1988
The Physical Object
Paginationx, 356 p. :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1624046M
ISBN 10073150805X
LC Control Number91169981

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Edwards, it publishes (besides articles) select documents, with editorial comment, and lists of theses completed. Irish-Australian Conference. and Finnane, Mark. and Quirke, Noel. Irish-Australian studies book Pelan, Rebecca.

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IRISH-AUSTRALIAN STUDIES papers delivered at the Seventh Irish-Australian Conference July held at Brisbane. Rebecca Pelan, Editor, assisted by Noel Quirke and Mark Finnane. 29 selected papers canvass the broad range of contemporary work: Irish history, politics & international relations. Anchor Books, an Irish-Australian Enterprise This entry was posted on September 6, became the first book published by Anchor Books Australia, While as historians we are both very involved in Irish-Australian studies, Anchor Books Australia does not focus just on Irish-Australian books.

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