Belfast and London St Patrick’s Day Celebrations: Pluralism versus Sovereignty Conflicts

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The volume thematically explores how St. Patrick’s Day has been consumed from the symbolic to the literal, the religious to the political. By doing so, it offers a fresh examination of its importance in contemporary society. This volume will thus appeal to undergraduate and postgraduate students of Irish diaspora studies, and Irish historians and scholars, as well as to anthropology, sociology and cultural studies students interested in exploring St. Patrick’s Day as a case study of globalization, migration and commoditization.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationConsuming St. Patrick’s Day
EditorsJonathan Skinner, Dominic Bryan
PublisherCambridge Scholars Publishing
Pages94-112
Number of pages19
ISBN (Print)978-1-4438-7631-5
Publication statusPublished - 30 Jun 2015

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Nagle, J. M. (2015). Belfast and London St Patrick’s Day Celebrations: Pluralism versus Sovereignty Conflicts. In J. Skinner, & D. Bryan (Eds.), Consuming St. Patrick’s Day (pp. 94-112). Cambridge Scholars Publishing .

Belfast and London St Patrick’s Day Celebrations : Pluralism versus Sovereignty Conflicts. / Nagle, John Michael.

Consuming St. Patrick’s Day . ed. / Jonathan Skinner; Dominic Bryan. Cambridge Scholars Publishing , 2015. p. 94-112.

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Nagle, JM 2015, Belfast and London St Patrick’s Day Celebrations: Pluralism versus Sovereignty Conflicts. in J Skinner & D Bryan (eds), Consuming St. Patrick’s Day . Cambridge Scholars Publishing , pp. 94-112.
Nagle JM. Belfast and London St Patrick’s Day Celebrations: Pluralism versus Sovereignty Conflicts. In Skinner J, Bryan D, editors, Consuming St. Patrick’s Day . Cambridge Scholars Publishing . 2015. p. 94-112
Nagle, John Michael. / Belfast and London St Patrick’s Day Celebrations : Pluralism versus Sovereignty Conflicts. Consuming St. Patrick’s Day . editor / Jonathan Skinner ; Dominic Bryan. Cambridge Scholars Publishing , 2015. pp. 94-112
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