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'The Troubles' Northern Ireland, 1968-99 (HI385): Bibliography

Web Sites
The following include some primary sites with links to many more sites and sources:
This is a superb site which we will be using a lot throughout the course. It contains copies of original documents relating to the course and also has chapters and articles on various aspects of the ‘troubles’ from different viewpoints. I would suggest that you spend some time becoming familiar with this site. It will be invaluable to you in your essay writing.
Other websites that might prove useful are: This gives you access to all Irish parliamentary and senate debates from 1922. This gives you access to all of the Northern Ireland (Stormont) debates from 1921-1972.
All of the main political parties have their own websites, as do the newspapers.
The Royal Historical Society has a searchable bibliographic site that will allow you to search out historical publications relating to Ireland.
General Bibliography
There is a vast literature on Northern Ireland. In order to come to grips with some of the issues we will be discussing I suggest that you read the following texts for background and context.
Hennessy, Thomas, A History of Northern Ireland 1920-1996, (London, 1997).
English, Richard, Armed Struggle: A History of the IRA (London, 2003).
Lee, J.J., Ireland 1912-1985: Politics and Society, (Cambridge, 1989).
McGarry, J., and O'Leary, B., Explaining Northern Ireland (London, 1995).
Mitchell, Paul and R. Wilford (eds.), Politics in Northern Ireland (Colorado, 1999).
Wichert, Sabine, Northern Ireland since 1945 (London, 1991).
Elliott, Sydney and W.D. Flackes, Northern Ireland: A Political Directory 1968-1999 (Belfast, 1999). This is excellent if you want a synopsis of events or you need specific information on an organisation or individual.
The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing vols. 1-3 (Derry/New York 1991) contains a considerable amount of material on Northern Ireland. The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing: vols. 4-5, Irish Women’s Writings and Traditions (Cork/New York, 2002), contains whole sections on women in Northern Irish politics and society.
Adams, Gerry, A Pathway to Peace (Cork, 1988).
" ", Falls Memories (Dingle, 1982).
Free Ireland: Towards a Lasting Peace (Dingle, 1995).
Hope and History: Making Peace in Ireland (Dingle, 2003).
Alexander, Yonah and Alan O’Day (eds), Terrorism in Ireland (Buckingham, 1984).
" ", Ireland’s Terrorist Dilemma (Dordrecht, 1986).
Aretxaga, Begona, Shattering Silence: Women, Nationalism, and Political Subjectivity in Northern Ireland (Princeton, 1997).
Arthur, Paul, The Peoples’ Democracy, 1968-1973 (Belfast, 1974). Extracts on CAIN website.
Government and Politics of Northern Ireland (London, 1984).
Arthur, Paul, and Jeffery, Keith, Northern Ireland since 1968 (London/Oxford, 1988:1996).
Arthur, Paul, ‘The Brooke Initiative’, Irish Political Studies, 7, (1992), pp. 111-115
" ", Special Relationships: Britain, Ireland and the Northern Ireland Problem (Belfast, 2000).
Aughey, Arthur and Colin Mcilheney, ‘Law before violence? – the Protestant paramilitaries in Ulster politics’, Eire-Ireland 19, (1984), pp 55-74.
Aughey, Arthur, ‘Between exclusion and recognition: the politics of the Ulster Defence Association’, Conflict Quarterly, 1, (1985), pp. 40-52.
Under Siege: Ulster Unionism and the Anglo-Irish Agreement (Belfast, 1989).
Aughey, Arthur, & Morrow, Duncan, Northern Ireland Politics (London, 1996).
Aughey, Arthur and Colin McIlheny, ‘Law before violence? The Protestant paramilitaries in Ulster politics’, Eire/Ireland, 19, (1984), pp. 55-75.

Bardon, J., A History of Ulster (Belfast, 1992).
Barton, Ruth, Irish National Cinema (London, 2004).
Bean, K., ‘The New Departure? Recent Developments in Republican Strategy and Ideology’, Irish Studies Review, 10, (1995), pp 2-6.
Beresford, D., Ten Dead Men (London, 1987).
Bew, Paul, ‘Seizing the interval – the Northern Ireland Peace Process’, British Association of Irish Studies Newsletter, no. 8, (1995), pp. 3-5.
Bew, Paul and G. Gillespie, The Northern Ireland Peace Process1993-1996: A Chronology (London, 1996).
Bew, Paul, and Henry Patterson, The British State and the Ulster Crisis (London, 1985).
Bew, P., Gibbon, P., and Patterson, H., The State in Northern Ireland 1921-72: Political Forces and Social Classes (Manchester, 1979).
" ", Northern Ireland 1921-1996: Political Forces and Social Classes, (Manchester, 1996).
Bew, Paul, ‘A Protestant parliament and a Protestant state: some reflections on government and minority in Ulster, 1921-1943’, in Parliament and Community: Historical Studies XIV (Belfast, 1983), pp.237-47.
" ", ‘The political history of Northern Ireland since partition: the prospects for North-South co-operation’, in A. F. Heath et al (eds.), Ireland: North and South: Perspectives from Social Science (Oxford, 1999).
Bishop, P and E. Mallie, The Provisional I R A (London, 1988).
Bloomfield, David, Developing Dialogue in Northern Ireland: The Mayhew Talks, 1992 (Basingstoke, 2001).
Bourke, Richard, Peace in Ireland: The War of Ideas (London, 2003).
Boulton, David, The U.V.F., 1966-1973 (Dublin, 1973).
Bowden, T., ‘The IRA and the changing tactics of terrorism’, Political Quarterly, xi, viii, (1976).
Bowyer-Bell, J., The Secret Army: The IRA 1916-1979 (Dublin, 1979).
" ", ‘The escalation of insurgency: the Provisional Irish Republican Army’s experience 1969-1971’, Review of Politics, xxxv, (1973).
" ", The IRA, 1968-2000: Analysis of a Secret Army (Dublin, 2000).
Boyce, D.G. & O’Day, Alan, (eds.), Modern Irish History: Revisionism and the Revisionist Controversy (London, 1996).
Boyce, D.G., Nationalism in Ireland, 3rd edn., (London, 1995).
The Irish Question and British Politics 1886-1996 (London, 1996).
‘Past and present: revisionism and the Northern Ireland troubles’, in Boyce, D.G. & O’Day, Alan, (eds.), Modern Irish History: Revisionism and the Revisionist Controversy (London, 1996).
Boyd, Andrew, ‘The Orange Order, 1795-1995’, History Today, 45, 9, (1995), pp. 16-23.
Boyle, Kevin, ‘Northern Ireland: the communal roots of violence’, New Society, 54, 6, (1980).
Brewer, J. D., and K. Magee, Inside the R U C: Routine Policing in a Divided Society (Oxford, 1991).
Bric, Maurice J. and John Coakley (eds), From Political Violence to Negotiated Settlement: The Winding Path to Peace in Twentieth-Century Ireland, (Dublin, 2004).
Bruce, Steve, God Save Ulster! The Religion and Politics of Paisleyism (Oxford,
" ", ‘Ulster loyalism and religiosity’, Political Studies, 35, 4, (1987), pp. 643-8.
" ", The Red Hand: Protestant Paramilitaries in Northern Ireland (Oxford, 1992).
" ", At The Edge of the Union: The Ulster Loyalist Political Vision (Oxford,1994).
" ", ‘Northern Ireland: reappraising loyalist violence’, in Alan O’Day (ed.), Terrorism’s Laboratory (Aldershot, 1995), pp. 115-35.
Bryan, Dominic, T.G. Fraser and Seamus Dunne, Political Rituals: Loyalist Parades in Portadown (Coleraine, 1995).
Bryson, L. and C. McCartney, Clashing Symbols: A Report on the Use of Flags, Anthems and Other Symbols in Northern Ireland (Belfast, 1994).
Buckland, Patrick, Irish Unionism I: The Anglo-Irish and the New Ireland, 1885-1922 (Dublin, 1972).
" ", Irish Unionism II: Ulster Unionism and the Origins of Northern Ireland, 1886-1922 (Dublin, 1973).
The Factory of Grievances (Dublin, 1979).
" ", A History of Northern Ireland (Dublin, 1981).
" ", James Craig (Dublin, 1980).
Buckley, Anthony (ed.), Symbols in Northern Ireland (Belfast, 1998).
Budge, Ian and O’Leary, Cornelius, Belfast: Approach to Crisis: A Study of Belfast Politics 1613-1970 (London, 1973).
Butler, D.E., Trouble with Reporting Northern Ireland (Aldershot, 1995).

[Cameron Commission] Disturbances in Northern Ireland, Cmnd. 532, Belfast: HMSO, September 1969. Extracts available on the CAIN website.
Campaign for Social Justice in Northern Ireland, (1964), Northern Ireland: The Plain Truth, CSJ, Dungannon. Available on the CAIN website.
Campaign for Social Justice in Northern Ireland, (2nd ed. 1969), Northern Ireland: The Plain Truth, CSJ, Dungannon. Available on the CAIN website.
Campbell, C., Emergency Law in Ireland, 1918-1925 (Oxford, 1994).
Campbell, G., Discrimination: The Truth (Belfast, Democratic Unionist Party, 1987).
Campbell, Brian, Nor Meekly Serve My Time: the H-Block Struggle 1976-1981 (London, 1994).
Clayton, Pamela, Enemies and Passing Friends: Settler Ideologies in Twentieth Century Ulster (London, 1996).
Collins, Peter (ed.), Nationalism and Unionism: Conflict in Ireland, 1885-1921, (Belfast, 1994).
[Compton Commission] Report of an Enquiry into Allegations against the Security Forces of Physical Brutality in Northern Ireland arising out of the events on the 9th August 1971, Cmnd. 4823, London, HMSO.
Compton, Paul and John P. Power, ‘Estimate of the religious composition of Northern Ireland local government districts in 1981 and change in the geographical pattern of religious composition between 1971 and 1981’, The Economic and Social Review, 17, 2 (January 1986), pp 87-105.
Cochrane, Fergal, ‘Progressive or regressive? The Anglo-Irish Agreement as a dynamic in the Northern Ireland polity’, Irish Political Studies, 8, (1993), pp. 1-20.
Unionist Politics and the Politics of Unionism since the Anglo-Irish Agreement (Cork, 1997).
Coogan, T. P., On the Blanket: The H-Block Story (London, 1980).
" ", The IRA (London, 1993).
" ", The Troubles: Ireland’s Ordeal 1966-1995 (London, 1995).
Corcoran, Mary, ‘Mapping carceral space: territorialisation, resistance and control in Northern Ireland’s women’s prisons’, in S. Brewster, V. Crossman, et al (eds.), Ireland in Proximity: History, Gender, Space (London, 1999).
Cornell, Jennifer C., ‘“The other community”: Northern Ireland in British television, 1995’, New Hibernia Review, 1, 2 (Summer, 1997), pp. 37-47.
Coulter, C., ‘The character of Unionism’, Irish Political Studies, 9, (1994), pp. 1-24.
" ", ‘Direct rule and the Unionist middle classes’ in Richard English and Graham Walker, (eds.), Unionism and Modern Ireland (Dublin, 1996).
" ", Contemporary Northern Irish Society (London, 1999).
Cox, M., ‘Bringing in the “International”: the IRA ceasefire and the end of the cold war’, International Affairs, 73, 4 (1997).
Cunningham, Hugh, British Government Policy in Northern Ireland 1969-89, Its Nature and Execution (London, 1991).
Curtis, Liz, Ireland and the Propaganda War: the British media and the 'battle for hearts and minds' (London, 1983).
Cusack, Jim and Max Taylor, ‘Resurgence of a terrorist organisation – part 1: the UDA, a case study’, Terrorism and Political Violence, 5, 3 (Autumn, 1993), pp. 1-27.
Cusack, Jim and Henry McDonald, UVF (Dublin, 2000).
Darby, John, Conflict in Northern Ireland: The Development of a Polarised Community (Dublin, 1976).
" ", Dressed to Kill: Cartoonists and the Northern Ireland Conflict (London, 1983).
" ", Intimidation and the Control of Conflict in Northern Ireland (Dublin, 1986).
Davis, R. P., Mirror Hate: The Convergent Ideology of Northern Ireland Paramilitaries (Aldershot, 1994).
Devlin, Bernadette, The Price of My Soul (London, 1969).
Dillon, Martin, The Dirty War (London, 1990).
" ", The War Within: The IRA’s War Against the British (London, 1994).
Dixon, P., ‘The usual English doubletalk’ the British political parties and the Ulster Unionists, 1974-1994’, Irish Political Studies, 9, (1994), pp. 25-40.
" ", Northern Ireland: The Politics of War and Peace (London, 2001).
Donoghue, Laura K., Counter-Terrorist Law and Emergency Powers in the United Kingdom, 1922-2000 (Dublin, 2001).
Douds, S., ‘God and the LOL’, Fortnight, 343, (1994), p. 14.
Drake, Charles, ‘The Provisional IRA: a case study’, Terrorism and Political Violence, 3, 1 (Summer, 1991), pp 43-60.
‘The Provisional IRA: reorganising and the long war’, in Alan O’Day (ed.), Terrorism’s Laboratory (Aldershot, 1995), pp. 86-113.
Edwards, R.D., The Faithful Tribe: An Intimate Portrait of Loyal Institutions (London, 1999).
Ellison, Graham and Jim Smyth, The Crowned Harp: Policing Northern Ireland (London, 2000).
Elliott, M., ‘Watchmen in Sion: the Protestant idea of Liberty’, A Field Day Pamphlet, no. 8 (Derry, 1985).
" ", The Catholics of Ulster: A History (London, 2000)
" ", (ed.), The Long Road to Peace in Northern Ireland (Liverpool, 2002).
Ellman, Maud, The Hunger Artists: Starving, Writing and Imprisonment (London, 1993).
English, Richard and Graham Walker, (eds.), Unionism in Modern Ireland (Dublin, 1996).
English, R., ‘The Northern Ireland peace process reconsidered’, Eire/Ireland, xxxi, 3&4, (1996), pp. 270-76.
" ", Armed Struggle: A History of the IRA (London, 2003).
Evans, Ernest, ‘The Irish Catholic Church and the Northern Ireland conflict’, Conflict, 11 (1991), pp. 267-78.
Evans, S., ‘The Conservatives and the redefinition of Unionism, 1912-1921’, Twentieth-Century British History, 9, 1 (1998).
Fairweather, E., McFayean, M., and McDonough, R., Only the Rivers Run Free: Northern Ireland, Women's War (London, 1984).
Farrell, Michael, Northern Ireland: The Orange State (London, 1976).
" ", Arming the Protestants: The Formation of the Ulster Special Constabulary and the Royal Ulster Constabulary 1920-27 (London, 1983).
" ", (ed.), Twenty Years On (Dingle, 1988).
Farren, S., ‘The view from the SDLP. A nationalist approach to an agreed peace’, Oxford International Review, 7, 2, (1986), pp. 41-6.
Faulkner, Brian, Memoirs of a Statesman (London, 1978).
Fearon, Kate, Women’s Work: The Story of the Northern Ireland Women’s Coalition (Belfast, 1999).
Feeney, V.E., ‘The civil rights movement in Northern Ireland’, Eire-Ireland, 9, 2 (1974).
" ",‘Westminster and the early civil rights struggle in Northern Ireland’, Eire-Ireland, 11, 4 (1976).
Fitzpatrick, David, The Two Irelands 1912-1939 (Oxford, 1998).
Follis, B., A State Under Siege: The Establishment of Northern Ireland 1920-1925 (Oxford, 1995).
Fraser, T. G. (ed.), The Irish Parading Tradition: Following the Drum (Basingstoke, 2000).
Gallagher, Tom, ‘Religion, reaction, and revolt in Northern Ireland: the impact of Paisleyism in Ulster’, Journal of Church and State, 23, 2, (1981), pp. 423-444.
Galliher, J.F., and DeGregory, J.L., Violence in Northern Ireland: Understanding Protestant Perspectives (Dublin, 1985).
Gibney, J., ‘From the collapse of the peace process to real negotiations’, Irish Reporter, 22, (1996), pp. 13-17.
Gilligan, C. and J. Tonge (eds.), Peace or War? Understanding the Peace Process in Northern Ireland (Aldershot, 1997).
Givant, Michael, ‘Understanding the Hunger Strike’, New Society, (21 October 1982), pp. 120-122.
Gibbon, Peter, ‘The dialectic of religion and class in Ulster’, New Left Review, 55, (May-June, 1969).
Godson, David, Himself Alone: David Trimble and the Ordeal of Unionism (London, 2004).
Guelke, Adrian, Northern Ireland: The International Perspective (Dublin, 1988).
" ", (ed.), New Perspectives on the Northern Ireland Conflict (Aldershot, 1994).
" ", ‘The United States, Irish Americans and the Northern Ireland peace process’, International Affairs, 72, 3 (1996).
Hachey, T., Britain and Irish Separatism (Chicago, 1984).
Hackett, Clare, ‘Self-determination: the republican feminist agenda’, Feminist Review, 50, (1995).
Hamill, Desmond, Pig in the Middle, The Army in Northern Ireland, 1969-1985, (London, 1986).
Harkness, David, Northern Ireland Since 1920 (Dublin, 1983).
" ", Ireland in the Twentieth Century: Divided Island (London, 1996).
Harris, Mary, The Catholic Church and the Foundation of the Northern Irish State, 1912-1930 (Cork, 1993).
Hayes, B. and I. McAllister, ‘British and Irish public opinion towards the Northern Ireland problem’, Irish Political Studies, 11, (1996), pp. 61-82.
Hayes, Mark, ‘The evolution of republican strategy and the “peace process” in Ireland’, Race & Class, 39, 3, (1998), pp. 21-39.
Hazelkorn, Ellen and Henry Patterson, ‘The new politics of the Irish republic’, New Left Review, 207 (1974), pp 49-71.
Hennessey, Thomas, The Northern Ireland Peace Process: Ending the Troubles? (Dublin, 2000).
Hewitt, C., ‘Catholic grievances and violence in Northern Ireland’, British Journal of Sociology, 36, 1 (1985).
Hewitt, C., ‘The roots of violence: Catholic grievances and Irish nationalism during the civil rights period’ in P. J. Roche and B. Barton (eds.), The Northern Ireland Questions: Myth and Reality (Aldershot, 1991).
Hill, J, et al (eds.), A New History of Ireland vol. 7, Ireland 1922-1982 (Oxford, 2003).
Howe, Stephen, Ireland and Empire: Colonial Legacies in Irish History and Culture (Oxford, 2000).
Hughes, Eamonn, (ed.), Culture and Politics in Northern Ireland (Milton Keynes,
Hume, David, The Ulster Unionist Party, 1972-1992: A Political Movement in an Era of Conflict and Change (Belfast, 1996).
[Hunt Committee] Report of the Advisory Committee on Police in Northern Ireland, Cmnd. 535, Belfast: HMSO, October 1969. Extracts available on the CAIN website.
Hunter, John, Unionism: A Brief History of the Ulster Unionist Council (Belfast, 1993).
Jackson, Alvin, Sir Edward Carson (Dublin, 1993).
" ", Home Rule: An Irish History 1800-2000 (London, 2003).
" ",‘Unionist myths, 1912-1985’, Past and Present, 136 (1992).
Jarman, N., ‘Troubled images’, Critique of Anthropology, 12, 2 (1992), pp 133-65.
Jarman, N. and D. Bryan, From Riots to Rights: Nationalist Parades in the North of Ireland (Coleraine, 1998).
Jarman, Neil, Material Conflicts: Parades and Visual Displays in Northern Ireland (Oxford, 1997).
Jennings, Anthony, Justice under Fire: the abuse of civil liberties in Northern Ireland (London, 1990).
Kane, J.J., ‘Civil rights in Northern Ireland’, The Review of Politics, 33, (1991), pp. 54-77.
Kennedy-Pipe, Caroline, The Origins of the Present Troubles in Northern Ireland, (London, 1997).
Keogh, Dermot and M. Haltzel (eds.), Northern Ireland and the Politics of Reconciliation (Cambridge, 1997).
Kerr, Adrian, (ed.), Perceptions: Cultures in Conflict (Derry, 1996).
Kingsley, P., Londonderry Revisited: A Loyalist Analysis of Civil Rights Controversy (Belfast, 1969).
Knox, Ian, Culture Vultures: Political Cartoons, 1990-1999 (Belfast, 1999).
Langdon, Julia, Mo Mowlam: The Biography (London, 2000).
Loughlin, James, The Ulster Question since 1945 (London, 1998).
Loughram, C., ‘Armagh and feminist strategy: campaigns around Republican women prisons in Armagh Gaol’, in Feminist Review, (June 1996), 23.
Lynn, Brendan, Holding the Ground’: The Nationalist Party in Northern Ireland, 1945-72 (Belfast, 1997).
Maginnis, Ken, Disarmament: Pathway to Peace (Belfast, 1999).
Maille, E. and D. McKittrick, The Fight for Peace: The Secret Story of the Irish Peace Process (London, 1996).
Major, John, John Major: The Autobiography (London, 1999).
McAuley, James W., ‘Not a game of cowboys and indians: the Ulster Defence Association in the 1990s’, in Alan O’Day (ed.), Terrorism’s Laboratory (Aldershot, 1995), pp. 139-57.
" ", ‘From loyal soldiers to political spokespersons: a political history of a loyalist paramilitary group in Northern Ireland’, Etudes Irlandaises, 21, 1 (Spring, 1996), pp. 165-182.
" ", ‘Many roads forward: politics and ideology within the Progressive Unionist Party’, Etudes Irlandaises, 25, 1 (Spring, 2000), pp. 173-192.
McAllister, I., The Social Democratic and Labour Party (London, 1977).
" ", ‘Political opposition in Northern Ireland: the national Democratic Party, 1965-70’, Economic and Social Review, 6, (1974-5).
McCafferty, Nell, Peggy Deery: A Derry Family at War (Dublin, 1988).
McCann, Eamonn, War and an Irish Town (London, 1981: 1992: 1998).
McElrath, Karen, Unsafe Haven: The United States, The IRA and Political Prisoners (London, 1999).
McGarry, Fearghal (ed.), Republicanism in Modern Ireland (Dublin, 2003).
McGarry, J., and B. O'Leary, The Politics of Antagonism: Understanding Northern Ireland (London, 1992).
McGladdery, Gary, The Provisional IRA in England: The Bombing Campaign, 1973-1997 (Dublin, 2006).
McGuire, Maria, To Take Arms: A Year in the Provisional IRA (London, 1973).
McIntosh, Gillian, The Force of Culture: Unionist Identities in Twentieth-Century Ireland (Cork, 1999).
McIntyre, A., ‘Modern Irish republicanism: th eprod
McIlroy, B., Shooting to Kill: Film Making and the ‘Troubles’ in Northern Ireland (Wiltshire, 1998).
McIver, M. A., ‘Ian Paisley and the Reformed Tradition’, Political Studies, 35, 3 (1987), pp. 359-78.
McKay, Susan, Northern Protestants: An Unsettled People (Belfast, 2000).
McKittrick, David, The Nervous Peace (Belfast, 1995).
McKittrick, David and David McVea, Making Sense of the Troubles (Belfast, 2000).
McLoone, Martin, Broadcasting in a Divided Community (Belfast, 1996).
" ", Explaining Northern Ireland: Broken Images (Oxford, 1995).
McMichael, Gary, Ulster Voice: In Search of Common Ground in Ireland (New York, 1999).
McWilliams, Monica, ‘Women in Northern Ireland: an overview’, in Eamonn Hughes (ed.), Culture and Politics in Northern Ireland 1960-1990 (London, 1991).
" ", ‘Struggling for peace and justice: reflections on women’s activism in Northern Ireland’, in Journal of Women's History (Winter/Spring 1995).
" ", ‘The church, the state and the women’s movement in Northern Ireland’ in A. Smyth (ed.), Irish Women’s Studies Reader (Dublin, 1993).
Miller, David, Queens’ Rebels: Ulster Loyalism in Historical Perspective (Dublin, 1978).
Don’t Mention the War: Northern Ireland, Propaganda and the Media (London, 1994).
Mitchell, Senator George, The Road to Peace (London, 1999).
Moloney, Ed. and Andy Pollak, Paisley (Swords, 1986).
Moloney, Ed., A Secret History of the IRA (London, 2002).
Morgan, A., and B. Purdie, (eds.), Ireland Divided Nation, Divided Class (London, 1980).
Morgan, M and R. Taylor, ‘Forget the myths: here’s the real story’, Fortnight (October, 1988).
Morrisey, H., ‘Economic changes and the position of women in Northern Ireland’, in Eamonn Hughes (ed.), Culture and Politics in Northern Ireland 1960-1990 (London, 1991).
Mowlam, Mo, Momentum (London, 2002).
Moxon-Browne, E., Nation, Class and Creed in Northern Ireland (Aldershot, 1983).
" ", ‘Alienation: the case of Catholics in Northern Ireland’, in Alan O’Day (ed.), Dimensions of Irish Terrorism (London, 1993), pp. 74-88.
Mullholand, Marc, Northern Ireland at the Crossroads: Ulster Unionism in the O’Neill Years, 1960-9 (Basingstoke, 2000).
" ", The Longest War: Northern Ireland’s Troubled History (Oxford, 2002).
Munck, Ronnie, ‘The making of the troubles in Northern Ireland’, Journal of Contemporary History, 27,2, (1992), pp. 211-229.
Murphy, Dervla, A Place Apart (London, 1978).
Murphy, J. A., ‘The new IRA 1925-62’, in T.D. Williams, (ed.), Secret Societies in Ireland (Dublin, 1973).
Murray, Gerard, John Hume and the SDLP: Impact and Survival in Northern Ireland (Dublin, 1998).
Murray, Gerard and Jonathan Tonge, Sinn Fein and the SDLP: From Alienation to Participation (London, 2005).
Needham, R., Battling for Peace (Belfast, 1998).
Nelson, Sarah, Ulster's Uncertain Defenders: Protestant Political, Paramilitary and Community Groups and the Northern Ireland Conflict (Belfast, 1984).
Nesbitt, Dermot, Unionism Restated: An Analysis of the Ulster Unionist Party’s “Statement of Aims” (Belfast, 1995).
Ni Aolain, Nuala, The Politics of Force: Conflict Management and State Violence in Northern Ireland (Belfast, 2000).
North Report, Independent Review of Parades and Marches (Belfast, 1997).
Northern Ireland Civil Rights Association, ‘We shall overcome’ …The History of the Struggle for Civil Rights in Northern Ireland, 1968-1978 (Belfast, 1978). Available on the CAIN website.
O’Bradaigh, R., ‘The evil fruit has ripened once more’, The Irish Reporter, no. 21, (1996), pp. 19-22.
O’Connor, Fionnuala, In Search of a State: Catholics in Northern Ireland (Belfast, 1993).
O’Day, Alan, (ed.), Terrorism’s Laboratory: The Case of Northern Ireland (Aldershot, 1995).
O Dochartaigh, Niall, From Civil Rights to Armalites: Derry and the Birth of the Irish
Troubles (Cork, 1997).
" ", ‘Housing and Conflict: social change and collective action in Derry in the 1960s’, in Gerard O’Brien (ed.), Derry and Londonderry: History and Society (Dublin, 1997), pp.625-645.
O’Doherty, M., The Trouble with Guns: Republican Strategy and the Provisional IRA (Belfast, 1998).
O’Donnell, Martin, ‘The impact of the 1981 H Block hunger strikes on the British Labour Party’, Irish Political Studies, 14 (1999), pp. 64-83.
O’Farrell, Patrick, England and Ireland since 1800 (Oxford, 1975).
O’Halloran, Clare, Partition and the Limits of Irish Nationalism (Dublin, 1987).
O’Malley, P., The Uncivil War: Ireland Today (Belfast, 1983).
" ", Biting at the Grave: The Irish Hunger Strikes and the Politics of Despair (Belfast, 1990).
O’Neill, Terence, The Autobiography of Terence O’Neill, Prime Minister of Northern Ireland 1963-1969 (London, 1972).
" ", Ulster at the Crossroads (London, 1969).
Osborne, R.D. and R.J. McCormack, ‘Unemployment and religion in Northern Ireland’, The Economic and Social Review, 17, 3 (April, 1986), pp 215-25.
Paisley, Rhonda, ‘Feminism, Unionism and ‘the brotherhood”’, Irish Reporter, 8, 4 (1992).
Patterson, Henry, The Politics of Illusion: Republicanism and Socialism in Modern Ireland (London, 1989).
Parkinson, Alan, Ulster Loyalism and the British Media (Dublin, 1998).
‘Peoples’ Democracy militants discuss strategy’ New Left Review, 55 (May-June 1969).
Pettitt, Lance, Screening Ireland: Film and Television Representation (Manchester, 2000).
Phoenix, E., ‘Northern Nationalists, Ulster Unionists and the Development of Partition 1900-21’, in P. Collins, (ed.), Nationalism and Unionism: Conflict in Ireland 1885-1921 (Belfast, 1994).
Northern Nationalism: Nationalist Politics, Partition and the Catholic Minority in Northern Ireland, 1890-1940 (Belfast, 1994).
Pochrass, Robert M., ‘Terroristic murder in Northern Ireland: who is killed and why?’, Terrorism: An International Journal, 9 (1987), pp 195-213.
Power, Paul F., ‘Republicanism, revisionism, and the Belfast Agreement, 1998’, New Hibernia Review/Iris Eireannach Nua, 3,2 (Summer, 1999), pp 61-83.
Purdie, Bob, Politics in the Streets: The origins of the civil rights movement in Northern Ireland (Belfast, 1990).
" ", ‘Was the Civil Rights movement a republican/communist conspiracy?’ Irish Political Studies, 3, (1990), pp. 33-41.
" ", Oppressive solidarity: the Northern Ireland civil rights movement and Irish America’, Irish Studies Review, 2 (Winter, 1992), p. p6-8.
Republican Sinn Fein, Eire Nua: A New Democracy (Dublin, 1990).
Roche, P. J. and B. Barton (eds.), The Northern Ireland Question, Myth and Reality (Aldershot, 1991).
Roche, P. J., ‘Northern Ireland and Irish nationalism’, in J. W. Foster (ed.), The Idea of the Union (Vancouver, 1995).
" ", ‘Northern Ireland and Irish nationalism’, Irish Review, 15, (1994), pp. 70-78.
Rolston, B., Drawing Support: Murals in the North of Ireland (Belfast, 1992).
Drawing Support 2: Murals of War and Peace (Belfast, 1992).
‘Changing the political landscape: murals and transition in Northern Ireland’, Irish Studies Review, 11, 1 (2003), pp. 3-16.
Drawing Support 3: Murals and Transition in Northern Ireland (Belfast, 2003).
Rolston, B and D. Miller (eds.), War and Words: The Northern Ireland Media Reader (Belfast, 1996).
Rolston, B., ‘From King Billy to Cu Chulainn: loyalist and republican murals, past, present and future’, Eire-Ireland (Winter/Spring/Summer, 1997/1998), pp. 6-28.
Rooney, Eilish, ‘Political division, practical alliance: problems for women in conflict’, Journal of Women's History, 6, 4 / 7, 1, (Winter/Spring, 1995), pp 40-48.
Roulston, Carmel, ‘Women on the margin: the women’s movement in Northern Ireland, 1973-1988’, Science & Society, 53, 2 (Summer, 1989), pp 219-36.
Rowan, Brian, Behind the Lines: The Story of the IRA and Loyalist Ceasefires (Belfast, 1995).
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