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VOLUME TWENTY-TWO· 2022
CONTENTS

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Notes on Contributors
Obituaries

John Augustus Murphy
Laurence Geary

Richard Perceval Davies
Stefan Petrow

Articles

From Adam or the Apes? Catholic Engagements with Darwinism and Science in Nineteenth-century New Zealand
Jack Brosnahan

Memorialising Early Melbourne: ‘Garryowen’s’ Historical, Anecdotal and Personal Perspective
Liz Rushen

Research Report
Irish women in Australia and Irish-Australian Women: A Survey and Bibliography
Elizabeth Malcolm, Val Noone and Dianne Hall

Documents
In the Wake of Peterloo: Peter Finnerty’s Reports from Manchester and Oldham, September–October 1819
Andrew Shields

Review Essay
Institutionalisation in Twentieth-century Ireland
Sophie Cooper

Book Reviews

ROBIN FRAME, Plantagenet Ireland Patrick Coleman

ANDREW MACKILLOP, Human Capital and Empire: Scotland, Ireland, Wales and British Imperialism in Asia, c.1690–c.1820
Jennifer McLaren

RICHARD J. BUTLER, Building the Irish Courthouse and Prison: A Political History, 1750–1850
Anastasia Dukova

CIAN T. MCMAHON, The Coffin Ship: Life and Death at Sea during the Great Irish Famine
Dianne Hall

SOPHIE COOPER, Forging Identities in the Irish World: Melbourne and Chicago, c.1830–1922
Malcolm Campbell

RICHARD KIRKLAND, Irish London: A Cultural History 1850–1916
Julie Mathias

MALCOLM CAMPBELL, Ireland’s Farthest Shores: Mobility, Migration and Settlement in the Pacific World
Jimmy Wintermute

BARRY MCLOUGHLIN and EMMET O’CONNOR, In Spanish Trenches: The Minds and Deeds of the Irish who Fought for the Republic in the Spanish Civil War
Fraser Raeburn

ZAN CAMMACK, Ireland’s Gramophones: Material Culture, Memory and Trauma in Irish Modernity
Graeme Smith

EVELYN CONLON, Moving About the Place
Frances Devlin-Glass

ALICE MILLER, More Miracle Than Bird
Roxanne Bodsworth

CHRIS ARTHUR, Hidden Cargoes
Frances Devlin-Glass

CAROLINE MAGENNIS, Northern Irish Writing after the Troubles: Intimacies, Affects, Pleasures
Frances Devlin-Glass


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