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Belfast, Northern Ireland


Jean Agnew. Belfast Merchant Families in the Seventeenth Century. Four Courts Press. 1996. 273pp.

Nicholas Allen; Aaron Kelly. The Cities of Belfast. Four Courts Press. 2003. 252pp.

Jonathan Bardon. Belfast: An Illustrated History. Blackstaff Press. 1982. 322pp.

Jonathan Bardon. Belfast: A Century. Blackstaff Press. 1999. 203pp.

Eileen Black. Art in Belfast 1760-1880: Art Lovers or Philistines?. Irish Academic Press. 2006. 274pp.

Tim Blackman. Planning Belfast: A Case Study of Public Policy and Community Action. Avebury. 1991. 234pp.

Scott A. Bollens. Urban Peace-Building in Divided Societies: Belfast and Johannesburg. Westview Press. 1999. 340pp.

Andrew Boyd. Holy War in Belfast. Anvil Books. 1971. 220pp.

Ian Budge; Cornelius O'Leary. Belfast: Approach to Crisis: A Study of Belfast Politics, 1613-1970. St. Martin's Press. 1973. 396pp.

Frank Burton. The Politics of Legitimacy: Struggles in a Belfast Community. Routledge and K. Paul. 1978. 208pp.

Sean Byrne. Growing Up in a Divided Society: The Influence of Conflict on Belfast Schoolchildren. Fairleigh Dickinson University Press. 1997. 228pp.

Heather L. Clark. The Ulster Renaissance: Poetry in Belfast, 1962-1972. Oxford University Press. 2006. 245pp.

Roy Connolly. The Evolution of the Lyric Players Theatre, Belfast: Fighting the Waves. Edwin Mellen Press. 2000. 319pp.

Fionntan de Brun. Belfast and the Irish Language. Four Courts Press. 2006. 216pp.

Paddy Devlin. Yes, We Have No Bananas: Outdoor Relief in Belfast, 1920-39. Blackstaff Press. 1981. 195pp.

Raymond Gillespie. Early Belfast: The Origins and Growth of an Ulster Town to 1750. Ulster Historical Foundation. 2007. 182pp.

Maurice Goldring. Belfast: From Loyalty to Rebellion. Lawrence & Wishart. 1991. 175pp.

John C. Greene. Theatre in Belfast, 1736-1800. Lehigh University Press. 2000. 400pp.

A. C. Hepburn. A Past Apart: Studies in the History of Catholic Belfast, 1850-1950. Ulster Historical Foundation. 1996. 261pp.

Catherine Hirst. Religion, Politics and Violence in Nineteenth-Century Belfast: The Pound and Sandy Row. Four Courts Press. 2002. 223pp.

Denis Ireland. From the Jungle of Belfast: Footnotes to History, 1904-1972. Blackstaff Press. 1973. 175pp.

Richard Jenkins. Lads, Citizens, and Ordinary Kids: Working-Class Youth Life-Styles in Belfast. Routledge. 1983. 159pp.

Jamie Johnston. Victorian Belfast: Using the Evidence. Ulster Historical Foundation. 1993. 56pp.

Christine Kinealy; Gerard Mac Atasney. The Hidden Famine: Poverty, Hunger, and Sectarianism in Belfast, 1840-50. Pluto Press. 2000. 242pp.

John P. Lynch. An Unlikely Success Story: The Belfast Shipbuilding Industry, 1880-1935. Ulster Historical Foundation. 2001. 75pp.

Alice McIntyre. Women in Belfast: How Violence Shapes Identity. Greenwood Publishing Group. 2004. 214pp.

Michael Murray. The Politics and Pragmatism of Urban Containment: Belfast Since 1940. Avebury. 1991. 280pp.

Tony Parker. May the Lord in His Mercy be Kind to Belfast. Henry Holt. 1994. 358pp.

Lindsay Prior. The Social Organisation of Death: Medical Discourse and Social Practices in Belfast. Macmillan. 1989. 230pp.

Robert Scott. A Breath of Fresh Air: The Story of Belfast's Parks. Blackstaff Press. 2001. 221pp.

Peter Shirlow; Brendan Murtagh. Belfast: Segregation, Violence and the City. Pluto Press. 2006. 216pp.

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