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Drawing upon Lectures 6 and 7 (Professor Kearns) and the reading from Coakley (2012, pp. 35-52 and 74-80),
please address the following question in your own words:
In what ways did the English reforms of Ireland threaten Gaelic Irish culture and society?
Required reading, lectures and lecture notes:
Coakley, Maurice. 2018. Ireland and the World Order: A history of uneven development. (London: Pluto), pp.
35-52 and 74-80. Also available as Ebook in MU Library.
Kearns, Gerry. 2021a. ‘GY239 Lecture 6: Notes: Spatial Injustice and Colonialism in Ireland 1’. 24 February.
Available on Maynooth University: Department of Geography/ Available on GY239 Moodle page, Part 2
Kearns, Gerry. 2021b. ‘GY239 Lecture 6: Spatial Injustice and Colonialism in Ireland 1′. Pre-recorded guest
lecture. Maynooth University: Department of Geography Youtube page. Available:
Kearns, Gerry. 2021c. ‘GY239 Lecture 7: Notes: Spatial Injustice and Colonialism in Ireland 2’. 2 March.
Maynooth University: Department of Geography. Available on GY239 Moodle page, Part 2 Lectures (PDF).
Kearns, Gerry. 2021d. ‘GY239 Lecture 7: Spatial Injustice and Colonialism in Ireland 2’. Pre-recorded guest
lecture. Pre-recorded guest lecture. Maynooth University: Department of Geography Youtube page. Available:
Format: Spatial Justice Learning journals are intended to assess your ability to read assigned module key texts
and provide a clear summary of the main arguments and key concepts in these readings in your own words. I
do not want a series of quotations but ask you to paraphrase and summarize the readings and lectures. Be
sure to cite all ideas and information that are not your own, and quote any specific phrasings from the sources
above. Please be aware of the University and Department’s guidelines for academic integrity and plagiarism.
Learning journals should be short, polished academic pieces. Submissions should be 200-230 words
(excluding bibliography and title). Students are asked to use academic language, use in-text referencing for all
ideas and information that is not your own, quote any phrasings, and include a bibliography (see The
Reference Guide). Remember to include your name at the top of your journal, student ID, a TII SelfCheck %)
and a brief title. Please use 12-point font, double spacing.
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