Literature of Irish Exile, Autumn  School ‘Moving Home: the legacy of Plantation in Tyrone and Fermanagh’
Migration in Irish History, 1607-2007
Goings and Comings 1607 (Ryan, 1958)  1613 (Luke, 1951)
What’s in a word – ‘plantation’
Timber assets
Private profit/public security
Family Migration History –  Fitzgeralds  &  Harveys
<ul><li>Ulster-English </li></ul>Cunningham, John B. 'The lost English plantation of Fermanagh'.  In  Turner, Bryan S.,  M...
Don’t forget the Welsh St David’s Day Dublin 1671  Seskinore - Perrymount
Understanding Ulster through family migration networks
Laboratory for Empire?
Post partition back projection
Who fears to speak of ’07?
The loss of the land
Breakdown in 1641
Commemoration - IID
The precedent –Sir Thomas Smith
Continuities with Medieval Ireland
1606 (before 1607) as the beginning of modern Ulster
Creative writing
Ireland as part of a British Diaspora
Some current research themes <ul><li>Archaeology and material culture (dunluce) </li></ul>Donnelly, Colm J. 'The archaeolo...
Causeway Museums 5-6 November
Gender <ul><li>O'Dowd, Mary. 'Women and the colonial experience in Ireland, c. 1550-1650'.  In  Brotherstone, Terry; Simon...
And the issue of inter-marriage
Maps and surveys Kearns, Gerard; Andrews, John; Cronin, Nessa; Hennessy, Mark; Clayton, Daniel; Smyth, William J. 'Mapping...
Ecology
Native Irish reaction <ul><li>Sources difficulties </li></ul><ul><li>Assumption of loss and hostility </li></ul><ul><li>Fr...
Dublin as the hub of British settlement
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Dr Patrick Fitzgerald's presentation - part of the final session of the LIE at the Ulster History Park.

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Literature Of Irish Exile, Autumn 2009

  1. 1. Literature of Irish Exile, Autumn School ‘Moving Home: the legacy of Plantation in Tyrone and Fermanagh’
  2. 2. Migration in Irish History, 1607-2007
  3. 3. Goings and Comings 1607 (Ryan, 1958) 1613 (Luke, 1951)
  4. 4. What’s in a word – ‘plantation’
  5. 5. Timber assets
  6. 6. Private profit/public security
  7. 7. Family Migration History – Fitzgeralds & Harveys
  8. 8. <ul><li>Ulster-English </li></ul>Cunningham, John B. 'The lost English plantation of Fermanagh'. In Turner, Bryan S., Migration and myth : Ulster's revolving door (Downpatrick: Ulster Local History Society in associaiton with Cavan Monaghan Rural Development Co-operative Society, 2006), 92-96. ISBN 0954283228 .
  9. 9. Don’t forget the Welsh St David’s Day Dublin 1671 Seskinore - Perrymount
  10. 10. Understanding Ulster through family migration networks
  11. 11. Laboratory for Empire?
  12. 12. Post partition back projection
  13. 13. Who fears to speak of ’07?
  14. 14. The loss of the land
  15. 15. Breakdown in 1641
  16. 16. Commemoration - IID
  17. 17. The precedent –Sir Thomas Smith
  18. 18. Continuities with Medieval Ireland
  19. 19. 1606 (before 1607) as the beginning of modern Ulster
  20. 20. Creative writing
  21. 21. Ireland as part of a British Diaspora
  22. 22. Some current research themes <ul><li>Archaeology and material culture (dunluce) </li></ul>Donnelly, Colm J. 'The archaeology of the Ulster plantation'. In Horning, Audrey J. (ed.), The post-medieval archaeology of Ireland, 1550-1850 (Irish Post-medieval Archaeology Group proceedings, 1) (Bray, County Wicklow: Wordwell, 2007), 37-50. ISBN 9781905569137. Hunter, R. J. 'The Bible and the bawn : an Ulster planter inventorised'. In Brady, Ciarán; Ohlmeyer, Jane H. (ed.), British interventions in early modern Ireland (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005), 116-134. Horning, Audrey J. '&quot;Dwelling houses in the old Irish barbarous manner&quot; : archaeological evidence for Gaelic architecture in an Ulster plantation village'. In Duffy, Patrick J.; Edwards, David, 1963-; FitzPatrick, Elizabeth (ed.), Gaelic Ireland, c.1250-c.1650 : land, lordship and settlement (Dublin: Four Courts, 2001), 375-96 .
  23. 23. Causeway Museums 5-6 November
  24. 24. Gender <ul><li>O'Dowd, Mary. 'Women and the colonial experience in Ireland, c. 1550-1650'. In Brotherstone, Terry; Simonton, Deborah; Walsh, Oonagh (ed.), Gendering Scottish history : an international approach (Glasgow: Cruithne, 1999), 156-71. ISBN 1873448163. </li></ul>
  25. 25. And the issue of inter-marriage
  26. 26. Maps and surveys Kearns, Gerard; Andrews, John; Cronin, Nessa; Hennessy, Mark; Clayton, Daniel; Smyth, William J. 'Mapping Irish colonialism : a round-table' [Review article]. Journal of Historical Geography , 34:1 (2008), 138-66. Publisher: Academic Press. ISSN 03057488.
  27. 27. Ecology
  28. 28. Native Irish reaction <ul><li>Sources difficulties </li></ul><ul><li>Assumption of loss and hostility </li></ul><ul><li>Frontier – points of contact and conflict </li></ul><ul><li>Out migration as a safety valve </li></ul><ul><li>Deliverance from overseas </li></ul><ul><li>Variable balance of Irish, English, Scots and Welsh at local level </li></ul><ul><li>Adjustment to new land system and cash economy </li></ul><ul><li>Status adjustment </li></ul>
  29. 29. Dublin as the hub of British settlement

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