Ordinary Lives, Death, and Social Class: Dublin City Coroner’s Court, 1876-1902
Ordinary Lives, Death, and Social Class focuses on the evolution of the Dublin City Coroner's Court in the late nineteenth century, using a wealth of inquest data to understand the impact of urban living from lifecycle and class perspectives, revealing histories from both above and below.
Ciara Breathnach (Associate Professor in History, Associate Professor in History, University of Limerick)
- Oxford University Press
- 288 pages
- United Kingdom
- Social & cultural history