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General literature studies, 6.3 PHILOSOPHY, ETHICS and RELIGION
This collection of essays, compiled and edited by Oliver Rafferty, is a significant contribution to making sense of the tangled labyrinth that is Irish Catholic identities. The plural is important here, as there are, in fact, multiple Catholic identities, something that is often forgotten in the rush to blandly link “Irish” and “Catholic”.
Eamon Maher (2014): Deciphering Irish Catholic identities: past and present, Irish Studies Review, DOI: 10.1080/09670882.2014.897024