Remembering the troubles review a vicious and vengeful time contesting the recent past in northern ireland makes valuable contribution to study of troubles memories. Launch of remembering the troubles contesting the recent past in northern ireland edited by jim smyth university of notre dame press 2017 with remarks by tom bartlett professor emeritus of irish history university of aberdeenwith support from the brian j logue fund for northern ireland and sponsorship by the keough naughton institute and the press. Buy the kobo ebook book remembering the troubles by jim smyth at indigoca canadas largest bookstore get free shipping on history books over 25 explore the ways in which competing social or collective memories of the northern ireland troubles continue to shape the post conflict political landscape contesting the recent . Remembering the troubles contesting the recent past in northern ireland published in book reviews book reviews issue 5 september october 2017 reviews volume 25 jim smyth ed university of notre dame press 40 isbn 9780268101749 reviewed by brian hanley brian hanley is an irish history research fellow at the university of edinburgh. Remembering the troubles contesting the recent past in northern ireland jim smyth professor the historian atq stewart once remarked that in ireland all history is applied history that is the study of the past prosecutes political conflict by other means
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