This collection of essays explores the nature and dynamics of
Ireland's land questions during the nineteenth and twentieth
centuries, and also the ways in which the Irish land question has
been written about by historians. The book makes a vital
contribution to the study of historiography by including for the
first time the reflections of a group of prominent historians on
their earlier work. These historians consider their influences and
how their views have changed since the publication of their books,
so that these essays provide an ethnographic study of historians'
thoughts on the shelf-life of books exploring the way history is
made. The book will be of interest to historians of modern Ireland,
and those interested in the revisionist debate in Ireland, as well
as to sociologists and anthropologists studying Ireland or rural
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