Philip Orr’s New Perspectives – Politics, Religion and Conflict in Mid-Antrim, 1911-1914: Book Review and Website Launch


I have a new post on the Slugger O’Toole blog, reviewing a book (and accompanying website) by historian Philip Orr, New Perspectives: Politics, Religion and Conflict in Mid-Antrim, 1911-1914, published last year by the Mid-Antrim Museum.

Given Orr’s treatment of the Ulster Covenant, this post contributes to my series on the Ulster Covenant. The series will conclude this week with a post by my colleague at Trinity College Dublin at Belfast, David Tombs.

Other posts on the Ulster Covenant:

Johnston McMaster and Cathy Higgins Book Review: Signing the Covenant – But Which One?

What Can We Learn from the Winning Entry in the Orange Order Song Contest?

Alternative Covenants, Alternative Perspectives: More Reflections on the Ulster Covenant

Fr Martin Magill – In Joyful Hope: Lamenting our Divisions and Striving Towards a New Covenant

What’s Shared Eucharist Got to Do with the Ulster Covenant?

David Trimble and Michael McDowell on the Ulster Covenant

How will the Churches Remember the Ulster Covenant?

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