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Cultural traditions in Northern Ireland

Cultural Traditions Group. Conference

Cultural traditions in Northern Ireland

Varieties of Scottishness : exploring the Ulster-Scottish connection : proceedings of the Cultural Traditions Group Conference, March 1996

by Cultural Traditions Group. Conference

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Published by Institute of Irish Studies, The Queen"s University of Belfast in Belfast .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • National characteristics, Scottish -- Congresses.,
  • National characteristics, Irish -- Congresses.,
  • Northern Ireland -- Civilization -- Congresses.

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Other titlesVarieties of Scottishness.
    Statementedited by John Erskine and Gordon Lucy.
    ContributionsErskine, John., Lucy, Gordon., Queen"s University of Belfast. Institute of Irish Studies.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi,148p. :
    Number of Pages148
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL22596306M
    ISBN 100853896682

    color photos, pages. Text is essays on history, theater, national character, poetry, prose, becoming urbanized, traditions, modern life. Much more insightful than a /5(3).   Symbols and emblems are taken seriously in Northern Ireland. They are an indispensable element of political, cultural and religious traditions for unionists and loyalists, nationalists and republicans.

      Historical fiction set in Ireland and spans “Angela's Ashes,” by Frank McCourt. This autobiography, written when the late author was . In these contexts England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland/Northern Ireland are sometimes described as the home nations. Rugby union players from both Ireland and Great Britain play for British and Irish Lions representing the four "Home Unions" of England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales. Great Britain is sometimes used to mean United Kingdom.

    Throughout the years many of our cultural traditions have regrettably been lost. Now thanks to a new book funded by the Arts Council of Northern Ireland and written by Musician Nigel Boullier, entitled Handed Down, country fidd ling and dancing traditions in East and Central Down have been safe guarded for generations to come.. Spanning over three decades, Nigel Boullier has .   It was not the first time - Paulin was also shortlisted for his book The Wind Dog. Paulin was born in Leeds in , raised in Belfast, and educated at Hull and Oxford universities. It is unsurprising that his worldview, as a poet and as a cultural commentator, is as indebted to English as Irish traditions.


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