Bibliography

Select Bibliography for Transnational Ireland

Aslanian, Sebouh David, Joyce E. Chaplin, Ann McGrath, and Kristin Mann.  ‘AHR Conversation. How Size Matters: The Question of Scale in History’, The American Historical Review 118, (2013), 1431-1472.

Bauböck, Rainer and Thomas Faist (eds.), Diaspora and Transnationalism: Concepts, Theories and Methods (Amsterdam, 2010).

Bayly, C. A. et al, ‘AHR Conversation: On Transnational History’, American Historical Review, 111, (2006), 1440–1464.

Bayly, C. A. The Birth of the Modern World: 1780-1914 (Oxford, 2004).

Clavin, Patricia. ‘Defining Transnationalism’, Contemporary European History, 14, (2005), 421-439.

Cohen, Deborah and Maura O’Connor, ‘Comparative History, Cross-National History, Transnational History: Definitions’, in Cohen and O’Connor (eds.), Comparison and history. Europe in cross-national perspective (New York, 2004), ix–xxiv.

Michael Coleman, American Indians, the Irish, and Government Schooling: A Comparative Study (Lincoln, NE, 2007)

Crosbie, Barry. Irish Imperial Networks: Migration, Social Communication and Exchange in Nineteenth-Century India (Cambridge, 2011).

Delaney, Enda. ‘Our Island Story? Towards a Transnational History of Late Modern Ireland’, Irish Historical Studies, 37, (2011), 599-621.

Glick Schiller, N., L. Basch, and C. Blanc-Szanton, (eds.), Towards a Transnational Perspective on Migration: Race, Class, Ethnicity and Nationalism Reconsidered (New York, 1992).

Guterl, Matthew Pratt. ‘Comment: The Futures of Transnational History’, American Historical Review (2013), 130-139.

Haupt, Heinz-Gerhard and Jürgen Kocka. Comparative and Transnational History: Central European Approaches and New Perspectives (New York and Oxford, 2009).

Heffernan, Brian (ed.). Life on the Fringe: Ireland and Europe 1800-1922, (Dublin, 2012).

Hilton, Matthew and Rana Mitter, (eds.), ‘Transnationalism and contemporary global history’, Past & Present, 218, supp. 8 (2013).

Iriye, Akira and Pierre-Yves Saunier, (eds.), The Palgrave Dictionary of Transnational History (Basingstoke, 2009).

Iriye, Akira. ‘The Internationalization of History’, American Historical Review, 94, (1989), 1–10.

Iriye, Akira. ‘Transnational History’ [review article], Contemporary European History, 13 (2004), 211–222.

Kenny, Kevin. ‘Diaspora and Comparison: The Global Irish as a Case Study,’ Journal of American History, 90, (2003), 134-162.

Mcgee, Gary B. and Andrew S. Thompson, Empire and Globalisation: Networks of People, Goods and Capital in the British World, c. 1850-1914 (Cambridge, 2010).

O’Neill, Ciaran. Catholics of Consequence: Transnational Education, Social Mobility, and the Irish Catholic Elite, 1850-1900 (Oxford, 2015).

O’Sullivan, Kevin. Ireland, Africa and the End of Empire: Small State Identity in the Cold War 1955-75 (Manchester, 2012).

O’Sullivan, Kevin. ‘Humanitarian Encounters: Biafra, NGOs, and Imaginings of the Third World in Britain and Ireland, 1967-70’, Journal of Genocide Research, 16:2-3 (2014), 299-315.

O’Sullivan, Kevin. ‘The search for justice: NGOs in Britain and Ireland and the New International Economic Order, 1968-82’, Humanity6:1 (2015), 173-187.

O’Sullivan, Kevin. ‘Between Internationalism and Empire: Ireland, the “Like-Minded” Group, and the search for a new international order, 1974-82’, International History Review, 37:5 (2015), 1083-1101.

O’Sullivan, Kevin, and Matthew Hilton (eds). ‘Humanitarianisms in Context: Histories of Non-State Actors, from the Local to the Global’, special issue of European Review of History, 23:1-2 (2016).

Patel, Kiran. ‘Transnational History’, European History Online, accessible here.

Putnam, Lara. ‘The Transnational and the Text-Searchable: Digitized Sources and the Shadows They Cast’, The American Historical Review 121, (2016), 377-402.

Roddy, Sarah. Population, Providence and Empire: The Churches and Emigration from Nineteenth-Century Ireland (Manchester, 2014).

Saunier, Pierre-Yves. ‘Learning by Doing: Notes about the Making of the Palgrave Dictionary of Transnational History’, Journal of Modern European History, 6, (2008), 159–179.

Struck, Bernhard and Kate Ferris and Jacques Revel, ‘Introduction: Space and Scale in Transnational History’, International History Review, 33, (2011), 573-584.

Thelen, David. ‘The Nation and Beyond: Transnational Perspectives on United States History’ Journal of American History, 86, (1999), 965–75.

Tyrrell, Ian. ‘American Exceptionalism in an Age of International History,’ American Historical Review, 96, (1991), 1031-1055.

Tyrrell, Ian. ‘Reflections on the Transnational Turn in United States History: Theory and Practice’, Journal of Global History, 4:3 (2009), 453–474.

Tyrrell, Ian. Transnational Nation: United States history in global perspective since 1789 (Basingstoke, 2007).

Van Der Linden, Marcel. Transnational Labour History. Explorations (Aldershot, 2003).

Whelehan, Niall. The Dynamiters: Irish Nationalism and Political Violence in the Wider World, 1867-1900 (Cambridge, 2012).

Whelehan, Niall (ed.). Transnational Perspectives on Modern Irish History (Abingdon, 2015).

Whelehan, Niall. ‘Revolting Peasants: Southern Italy, Ireland and Cartoons in Comparative Perspective, 1860-1882’, International Review of Social History, 60:1 (2015), 1-35.

Wright, Jonathan. The natural leaders and their world: politics, culture and society in Belfast, c. 1801-32 (Liverpool, 2014).