Ancient Order of Hibernians--an
excellent starting place for all things Irish.
Dates of Irish History -- a broad, short list
English Perceptions of the Irish, 1845-52
Goldwin Smith's Irish History and Irish Character. [The North
American review. / Volume 95, Issue 197, October 1862] --
full-text from the LOC.
Great Hunger Collection
Online -- online full-text books about the Irish Famine.
-- U.S. government resources relating to various aspects of
-- from the Irish Times, includes general and business news as
well as many other topics.
Ireland: History -- a list resources from the Library of
History in Maps
Diaspora Studies --includes debates, study guides and reviews.
a database containing a collection of primary source documents on
Irish emigration to North America (USA and Canada) in the 18th and
19th centuries. It contains a variety of original material including
emigrant letters, newspaper articles, shipping advertisements,
shipping news, passenger lists, official government reports, family
papers, births deaths and marriages and extracts from books and
- Irish in America video series located in
O'Keefe Library at MEDIA E184.I6 I75 1998 (lower level).
Literature, Mythology, Folklore and Drama -- collection of
texts, biographies, history, music and crafts.
Playography -- a comprehensive catalog of new Irish plays
produced since the formation of the National Theatre. It will be
presented in three stages: 1975-present (now available); 1950-1974 and
1904-1949 (launch dates to be confirmed). Searchable and browsable.
Irish Resources in the Humanities
--"developed at University
College Dublin by Dr. Susan Schreibman as a Gateway to sites on the
World Wide Web that contain substantial content in the various
disciplines of the humanities in the area of Irish Studies. As a rule,
commercial sites are not linked."
Online -- "no-frills, basic bio-bibliographical database
of over 430 Irish writers, and related resources."
- Migration Studies from the
Irish Centre for Migration, National University of Ireland, Cork
-- "promoting the study of historical and contemporary migration,
to and from Ireland, within a comparative international framework,
using new information and communication technologies" contains
research and oral interviews.
Voice of Nationalism: One Hundred Years of Irish Theatre -- a
short full-text article from the journal "Humanities"