From Civil Rights to Carnival: The Anthropology of Public Space in Belfast

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      This chapter examines the contribution of anthropologists and political geographers to understanding the changes in public space in Belfast since 1969. It looks specifically at the changes to the Twelfth of July, St Patrick's Day and Lord Mayor's Show over that period.

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      Original languageEnglish
      Title of host publicationIrish Ethnologies
      EditorsDiarmuid Ó Giolláin
      Place of PublicationIndiana
      PublisherUniversity of Notre Dame Press
      Pages126-140
      Number of pages15
      ISBN (Electronic)9780268102401
      ISBN (Print)9780268102395
      StatePublished - 2017

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      • Anthropology, Northern Ireland, public space, ritual, Orange Order, Conflict, Belfast

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