Volume 3 focuses on the impact of the Famine and the Troubles on the
formation and study of Irish cultural memory. Topics considered include
hunger strikes, monuments to the Famine, trauma and the politics of memory
in the Irish peace process, and Ulster Loyalist battles in the twenty-first
century. Gathering the work of leading scholars such as Margaret Kelleher,
Joseph Lennon, David Lloyd, Joseph Valente, and Gerald Dawe, this collection
is an essential contribution to the field of Irish studies.