Book reviews

Reviews by Fintan Lane

1. Review of Emmet O’Connor, Big Jim Larkin: Hero or Wrecker? (Dublin, 2016) in Familia: Ulster Genealogical Review, vol. 32 (2016).

2. Review of Mark J. Kaswan, Happiness, Democracy and the Cooperative Movement: the Radical Utilitarianism of William Thompson (New York, 2014) in Irish Historical Studies, vol. 40, no. 157 (2016).

3. Review of Fergus Campbell and Tony Varley (eds), Land Questions in Modern Ireland (Manchester, 2013) in Saothar, vol. 40 (2015).

4. Review of Emmet O’Connor, A Labour History of Ireland, 1824–2000 (Dublin, 2011) in History Ireland, vol. 21, no. 4, July/August 2013.

5. Review of Thomas J. Morrissey, William O’Brien, 1881–1968 (Dublin, 2007) and Adrian Grant, Irish Socialist Republicanism, 1909–36 (Dublin, 2012) in Irish Economic and Social History, vol. xxxx (2013).

6. Review of Fergus Campbell, The Irish Establishment, 1879–1914 (Oxford, 2009) in Saothar, vol. 35 (2010).

7. Review of Charlie McGuire, Roddy Connolly and the Struggle for Socialism in Ireland (Cork, 2008), in Irish Review, vol. 39 (2009).

8. Review of Niamh Puirseil, The Irish Labour Party, 1922–73 (Dublin, 2007) in Irish Historical Studies, vol. 36, no. 141 (2008).

9. Review of Barry McLoughlin, Left to the Wolves: Irish Victims of Stalinist Terror (Dublin, 2007) in Irish Democrat, September 2008. This brief review can be read online here.

10. Review of Caitriona Clear, Social Change and Everyday Life in Ireland, 1850-1922 (Manchester, 2007) in Saothar, vol. 33 (2008).

11. Review of Laurence Marley, Michael Davitt: Freelance Radical and Frondeur (Dublin, 2007) and Andrew Newby, Ireland, Radicalism and the Scottish Highlands, c.1870-1912 (Edinburgh, 2007) in Saothar, vol. 33 (2008).

12. Review of Donal Nevin, James Connolly: ‘A Full Life’ (Dublin, 2005) and Donal Nevin (ed.), James Larkin: Lion of the Fold (Dublin, 2006 edn) in Irish Economic and Social History, vol. xxxiv (2007).

13. Review of Robert Lynch, The Northern IRA and the Early Years of Partition, 1920–1922 (Dublin, 2006) in Irish Democrat, July 2007. This brief review can be read online here.

14. Review of Laurence Marley, Michael Davitt: Freelance Radical and Frondeur (Dublin, 2007) in Resistance, July/August 2007.

15. Review of Fearghal McGarry, Eoin O’Duffy: A Self-Made Hero (Oxford, 2005) in Irish Democrat, April/May 2006. This brief review can be read online here.

16. Review of David Lynch, Radical Politics in Modern Ireland: the Irish Socialist Republican Party, 1896–1904 (Dublin, 2005) in History Ireland, vol. 13, no. 3, May 2005.

17. Review of Emmet O’Connor, Reds and the Green: Ireland, Russia and the Communist Internationals, 1919–43 (Dublin, 2004) and Adrian Hoar, In Green and Red: the Lives of Frank Ryan (Dingle, 2004) in Irish Economic and Social History, vol. xxxii (2005).

18. Review of Hugh Geraghty, William Patrick Partridge and his Times, 1874–1917 (Dublin, 2003) in Saothar, vol. 29 (2004).

19. Review of David Murphy, Ireland and the Crimean War (Dublin, 2002) in Irish Economic and Social History, vol. xxxi (2004).

20. Review of Michael Davitt, Jottings in Solitary (Dublin, 2003) in Irish Economic and Social History, vol. xxxi (2004).

21. Review of Cormac Levis, Towelsail Yawls: The Lobsterboats of Heir Island and Roaringwater Bay (Ardfield, 2002) in Saothar, vol. 28 (2003).

22. Review of William Thompson, An Inquiry into the Principles of the Distribution of Wealth (Chestnut Hill, MA, 2001) and Henry George, The Irish Land Question (Chestnut Hill, MA, 2001) in Irish Economic and Social History, vol. xxx (2003).

23. Review of Marilyn Silverman, An Irish Working Class: Explorations in Political Economy and Hegemony, 1800-1950 (Toronto, 2001) in Labour/Le Travail, vol. 50 (2002).

24. Review of Peter Jupp and Eoin Magennis (eds), Crowds in Ireland, c.1720-1920 (Basingstoke, 2000) and Pádraig Yeates, Lockout: Dublin, 1913 (Dublin, 2000) in Irish Economic and Social History, vol. xxix (2002).

25. Review of Jim MacLaughlin, Reimagining the Nation-State: The Contested Terrains of Nation-Building (London, 2001) in Irish Economic and Social History, vol. xxix (2002).

26. Review of Carla King (ed.), Michael Davitt: Collected Writings, 1868–1906, 8 vols (Bristol, 2001) in Saothar, vol. 27 (2002).

27. Review of Colin Rynne, The Industrial Archaeology of Cork City and its Environs (Dublin, 1999) in Irish Economic and Social History, vol. xxviii (2001).

28. Review of Francis Devine (ed.), An Index to Saothar and other ILHS Publications, 1973-2000 (Dublin, 2000) in Saothar, vol. 26 (2001).

29. Review of Brian Barton and Michael Foy, The Easter Rising (London, 1999) and Keith Jeffery (ed.), Arthur and Mary Louisa Hamilton Norway, The Sinn Fein Rebellion as They Saw It (Dublin, 1999) in Saothar, vol. 25 (2000).

30. Review of William Thompson, Appeal (1825) (Cork, 1997) and Dolores Dooley, Equality in Community: Sexual Equality in the Writings of William Thompson and Anna Doyle Wheeler (Cork, 1996) in the Southern Star, 18 January 1998.