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Politics, Culture, and the Irish American Press: 1784–1963 (Irish Studies) by [Debra Reddin van Tuyll, Mark O'Brien, Marcel Broersma, Daniel Mulhall, David W. Bulla, Howard J. Keeley, Steven T. Engel, Ian Kenneally, Nancy McKenzie Dupont, Jordan Stenger, Mary Cronin, Úna Ní Bhroiméil, Gillian O'Brien, Colum Kenny, Kevin Rafter, Michael Doorley, Pamela E. Walck]

Politics, Culture, and the Irish American Press: 1784–1963 (Irish Studies)


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The wide range and scope of subjects covered provides readers with a diverse and nuanced view of the role of the press in shaping the Irish American experience. ― Ely Janis, author of A Greater Ireland: The Land League and Transatlantic Nationalism in Gilded Age America

This book demonstrates the significance of the global Irish by arguing for their contribution in universalizing the experience of a people seeking freedom and justice against a colonial oppressor world-wide. ― Eileen McMahon, professor of history, Lewis University

The book highlights both notable individuals and significant publications, and it illuminates the role of Irish-American journalists in some of the key tests of press freedom in the early years of the United States. ― Kevin Grieves, Whitworth University

About the Author

Debra Reddin van Tuyll is a professor of communications at Augusta University. She is the 2019 recipient of the American Journalism Historians Association Kobre Award for lifetime achievement in journalism history. Mark O’Brien is associate professor at the school of communications, Dublin City University where he teaches media and journalism history and chairs the university’s Media History Collection Advisory Board. Marcel Broersma is professor of media and journalism studies at the University of Groningen and the director of its Centre for Media and Journalism Studies.

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