Amity and enmity : variety in Ulster protestant culture
11T13:21:35Z August 2010
Ulster Protestant attitudes to, for example, history, religion or territory, have been portrayed by scholars as full of animosity towards Catholics. In fact, Protestant culture, like any other, is enabling, giving people the ability to act in whatever manner seems appropriate. This paper explores the fact that, throughout Ulster's Troubles, there has been cooperation as well as conflict between the ethnic groups and that this flexibility reflects itself in the culture available to Protestants.
Type of Material
University College Dublin. Institute for British-Irish Studies
IBIS Working Papers
Copyright (Published Version)
The author, 2010
Subject – LCSH
Protestants--Ulster (Northern Ireland and Ireland)--Attitudes
Protestants--Ulster (Northern Ireland and Ireland)--Social life and customs
Ulster (Northern Ireland and Ireland)--Ethnic relations
Status of Item
Paper presented at the conference 'Protestant Traditions and the Paths to Peace: Beyond the Legacies of Plantation', Global Irish Institute, University College, Dublin, 9 June 2009.
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