VOLUME 22

"The Enormous Failure of Nature" Famine and Society in the Nineteenth Century

Edited by Andrew G. Newby

 


 

Cover and Contents (pdf)

"The Enormous Failure of Nature": Famine and Society in the Nineteenth Century - Introductory Notes
Andrew G. Newby
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The World of the Cavan Cottier during the Great Irish Famine
Ciarán Reilly
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"A Dreadful Pressure for Money": The Bank Charter Act 1844 and Bankers (Ireland) Act 1845 in the Context of the Great irish Famine
Declan Curran
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The Question of Moral Economy and Famine Relief in the Russian Baltic Provinces of Estland and Livland, 1841–69
Kersti Lust
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Marriage and Household Structure in Rural Pre-Famine Finland, 1845–65
Miikka Voutilainen
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A Lack of Resources, Information and Will: Political Aspects of the Finnish Crisis of 1867–68
Heidi Reese
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Televising the Famine: An Audiovisual Representation of the Famine in Northern Sweden, 1867–1868
David Ludvigsson
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Criminality and the Finnish Famine of 1866–68
Miikka Vuorela
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Considering Famine in the Late Nineteenth Century Ottoman Empire: A Comparative Framework and Overview
Özge Ertem
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Finland's "Great Hunger Years" Memorials: A Sesquicentennial Report
Andrew G. Newby
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List of Contributors
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