restricted access   Volume 51, Numbers 1 & 2, Spring/Summer 2016

Table of Contents

Special Issue: Beyond the Nation: Transnational Ireland

Guest Editors: Enda Delaney, University of Edinburgh Ciaran O'Neill, Trinity College Dublin

Cover Note

p. 6
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Introduction: Beyond the Nation

pp. 7-13
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Articles

The Languages of Transnationalism: Translation, Training, and Transfer

pp. 14-33
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Celebrating the Battle of the Saintes: Imperial News in England and Ireland, 1782*

pp. 34-60
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Before the Fenians: 1848 and the Irish Plot to Invade Canada

pp. 61-91
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“Looking for That Pot of Gold”: The Transnational Life of Kevin Henry

pp. 92-117
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The Ulster Crisis in Transnational Perspective: Ulster Unionism and America, 1912–14

pp. 118-140
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Fenianism’s Bermuda Footprint: Revolutionary Nationalism in the Victorian Empire*

pp. 141-170
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Transnationalism, Ireland, and The Bell

pp. 171-191
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“The Grandest Battle Ever Fought for the Rights of Human Beings”: Radical Republicanism and the Universalization of the Land War*

pp. 192-217
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Irish Chicagoans, Nationalism, and the Commemoration of Rebellion in 1898

pp. 218-242
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Irish Legal Geographies in the Era of Emergency: Independent Ireland, Colonial Kenya, and the British Colonial Legal Service

pp. 243-265
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Roundtable Discussion: Teaching Transnational Irish History

pp. 266-276
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Erratum

p. 276
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Contributors

pp. 277-280
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