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Betram Windle
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Bertram Windle was a doctor, a scientist, an archaeologist, an anthropologist, a writer on English literature and evolution, and President of Queen’s/University College Cork. During his time in Ireland between 1904 and 1919, he had a major impact on the development of higher education and the development of the National University of Ireland.

Table of Contents

  1. Cover
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  1. Frontmatter
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  1. Contents, Illustrations, Acknowledgements,
  2. pp. vii-xvi
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  1. Introduction
  2. pp. 1-10
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  1. CHAPTER 1. The Early Years, 1858–1904
  2. pp. 11-35
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  1. CHAPTER 2. The ‘University of Munster’ and the Founding of the National University of Ireland
  2. pp. 36-57
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  1. CHAPTER 3. The Modernisation of QCC/UCC 1905–1913
  2. pp. 58-110
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  1. CHAPTER 4. The Catholic Church and the Honan Bequest
  2. pp. 111-139
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  1. CHAPTER 5. Radical Politics, the First World War and the1916 Rising
  2. pp. 140-171
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  1. CHAPTER 6. The Rise of Sinn F
  2. pp. 172-201
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  1. CHAPTER 7. The Conscription Crisis and the ‘German Plot’
  2. pp. 202-225
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  1. CHAPTER 8. The University of Munster –Windle’s Last Hurrah
  2. pp. 226-256
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  1. CHAPTER 9 ‘Years of Harvesting’: Canada, 1920–1929
  2. pp. 257-283
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  1. Notes and References
  2. pp. 285-328
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  1. Bibliography
  2. pp. 329-342
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  1. Index
  2. pp. 343-352
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