Scholars and Rebels: In Nineteenth-Century Ireland
January 2000, Wiley-Blackwell
1. Colonial Intellectuals.
2. Portrait of a Clerisy.
3. Savants and Society.
4. The Dismal Science.
5. Young Irelanders and Others.
* Makes essential reading for those concerned to understand the cultural forces informing the Irish Revival and the emergence of Irish modernism.
* Offers invaluable insights into the role of the intellectual in public life.
"This volume invites comparison to Robert Tracy's recent The
Unappeasable Host: Studies in Irish Identities."
"is ambitious in its scope, and it offers an original and compelling exploration of the networks that formed the 'outsized village' that was nineteenth-century Dublin". History of Education