True Irishmen and Loyal Americans: Irish American Political Culture, 1829-1911
This is a nineteenth and early twentieth century history of Irish politics in the United States. This study focuses on political identity, culture, gender, and the use of political violence. It is also a transnational history which blends the history of the United States with the history of Ireland. This study particularly examines the roles of ordinary men and women of the Irish American community throughout the United States in global efforts to bring about Irish independence.
- Doctor of Philosophy
- West Lafayette