Folklore and Nation in Britain and Ireland


Cheeseman, M. and Hart, C. (ed.) 2022. Folklore and Nation in Britain and Ireland. London Routledge.
EditorsCheeseman, M. and Hart, C.

This collection explores folklore and folkloristics within the diverse and contested national discourses of Britain and Ireland, examining their role in shaping the islands’ constituent nations from the eighteenth century to our contemporary moment of uncertainty and change.

KeywordsBritish History; Irish History; Modern History 1750-1945; Contemporary History 1945-; Social & Cultural History; Cultural Theory; Popular Culture; Interdisciplinary Literary Studies; Sociology of Culture; History; Humanities; Cultural Studies; Literature; Language & Literature; Sociology & Social Policy; Social Sciences; Folklore; Folkloristics
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Online31 Aug 2021
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Deposited27 Apr 2023
Place of publicationLondon
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