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Cultural Nationalism by Barry Sheppard

Late nineteenth-century Ireland saw a surge in interest in cultural practices that were closely defined with the idea of nationhood.This paper will specifically concentrate on language and sports, namely Conradh na Gaelige/Gaelic League and the Gaelic Athletic Association.

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This entry was written by Barry Sheppard. Barry is a part-time student, studying History and Social Sciences. He is interested in social and cultural history, in particular the study of Irish cultural nationalist groups. He is currently working on his dissertation.

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