5 edition of Ulster and Scotland, 1600-2000 found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 171-176) and index.
|Statement||William Kelly & John R. Young, editors.|
|Contributions||Kelly, William, Young, John R., 1967-|
|LC Classifications||DA990.U46 U364 2004|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||189 p. :|
|Number of Pages||189|
|LC Control Number||2005360059|
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As the field of Irish-Scottish Studies is constantly expanding and Ulster Scots – both the people and the language – have found a place within this discipline, this series is a welcome addition. title = "Ulster and Scotland, History, language and identity", abstract = "The first volume in the series of Ulster-Scots history deals with.
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A perhaps unexpected feature of Irish Studies over the past decade has been the increas ingly strenuous promotion of 'Ulster Scots Studies' as a sub-genre crying out for serious.
Young, John R.; Kelly, W. and Young, J., eds. Scotland and Ulster in the seventeenth century: the movement of peoples over the north channel. In: Ulster and Scotland, history, language and identity.
Four Courts Press, Dublin. ISBN 1 Author: John R. Young, W. Kelly, J. Young. With time it developed into Ulster-Scots, a distinctive variety in Ulster, which can, however, be unambiguously linked to related present-day varieties in Western and Lowland Scotland.
Undoubtedly Ulster-Scots – especially in its rural forms – is quite separate from other varieties of English in the north of Ireland, let alone the south. Ulster and Scotland History, Language and Identity. Dublin: Four Courts Press, pp. hardback, in a very good dustwrapper.
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Ulster and Scotland, – History, Language and Identity. Dublin: Four Courts Press, Pp. $ (cloth). At the entrance to the Public Record Ofﬁce of Northern Ireland, the leading resource for the region’s academic historians, a notice informs the visitor that the “ingaun fur.
The Orthography of Ulster-Scots Notes. For the universality of this factor in 18th-century Ulster, see Adams, J. R., The Printed Word and the Common Man: Popular Culture in Ulster, (Belfast, ). Montgomery, Michael, 'The Anglicization of Scots in Early Seventeenth Century Ulster', in Roy, Ross, and Patrick G.
Scott (eds.), The Language and Literature of. Aspects of the Morphology and Syntax of Ulster-Scots Michael Montgomery. E lsewhere in this volume can be found an extensive bibliography of published writing on Ulster-Scots, compiled and annotated by this author and John G.
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