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Unfolding Irish LandscapesTim Robinson, culture and environment$
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Derek Gladwin and Christine Cusick

Print publication date: 2016

Print ISBN-13: 9781784992781

Published to Manchester Scholarship Online: May 2016

DOI: 10.7228/manchester/9781784992781.001.0001

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Maps, movements and migrants: reading Tim Robinson through Gluaiseacht Chearta Sibhialta na Gaeltachta

Maps, movements and migrants: reading Tim Robinson through Gluaiseacht Chearta Sibhialta na Gaeltachta

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(p.158) 10 Maps, movements and migrants: reading Tim Robinson through Gluaiseacht Chearta Sibhialta na Gaeltachta
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Unfolding Irish Landscapes
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Jerry White

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Manchester University Press
DOI:10.7228/manchester/9781784992781.003.0011

Jerry White explores some of the possible connections between Robinson and the debates in the 1970s about the Irish language movement. White examines the very beginnings of Robinson’s mapping career, drawing on both the historical narrative of Gluaiseacht Chearta Sibhialta na Gaeltachta (the Gaeltacht Civil Rights Movement) and early editions of Robinson's work and documents pertaining to this early Irish language movement through figures such as the film-maker Bob Quinn and the political journalist Desmond Fennell.

Keywords:   Irish language, civil rights, Tim Robinson, Gaeltacht, film, Connemara, Bob Quinn, Desmond Fennell

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