Ian Adamson

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Ian Adamson

In oifig
25 Meitheamh,1998 - 26 Samhain 2003
Réamhtheachtaí: oifig nua
Comharba: Michael Copeland

Dáta breithe 28 Meitheamh 1944
Áit bhreithe Beannchar, Contae an Dúin
Dáta báis 9 Eanáir 2019
  Con Liag, Contae an Dúin
Páirtí PAU
Gairm Polaitíocht, Péidiatraic
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Ba iar-Chomhalta den Tionól Reachtach i Stormont agus iar Ard-Mhéara Bhéal Feirste (polaiteoir de chuid Pháirtí Aontachtach Uladh), é an Dr. Ian Adamson, OBE (28 Meitheamh 1944 - 9 Eanáir 2019). Bhí an Dochtúir Adamson ina Chomhairleoir Cathrach ar feadh 21 bliain[1].  

Ba shaineolaí é ar an Ultais agus bhí neart saothar foilsithe aige. Is léir go bhfuil an t-ainm "Ultais" bunaithe ar an ainm "Ullans" a chum Adamson sna 1980idí. Ba scoláire aitheanta ar an stair, Gaelgeoir[2] agus péidiatraí é freisin. Bhí sé ina dhochtúir pearsanta ag iar Chéad Aire an Tuaiscirt Ian Paisley chomh maith leis sin, go dtí gur bhásaigh Paisley sa bhliain 2014.

Ba shaineolaí é Ian Adamson ar an gCéad Cogadh Domhanda agus Cath an Somme[3].

Mar chomhartha ómóis dó, dúirt an tUachtarán Mícheál D. Ó hUiginn gur chuir an Dr. Adamson “i gcuimhne dúinn nach bhfuil ionainn ach imirceoirí ar feadh tamaill sa saol agus chuir sé béim ar ár stair chomhroinnte, ar ár bhféiniúlachtaí comhroinnte, ar ár leochaileachtaí agus ár bhfréamhacha imirceacha comhroinnte”.[4]

Saothar[cuir in eagar | athraigh foinse]

Leabhar[cuir in eagar | athraigh foinse]

  • The Cruthin: A History of the Ulster Land and People, (Newtownards: Nosmada Books 1974, 2nd edn. Bangor: Donard Publishing Co. 1978, 3rd edn. Bangor: Pretani Press 1986, 5th imp 1995); ISBN 0-9503461-0-1, 4th edn Newtownards: Colourpoint Books, an imprint of Colourpoint Creative Ltd, 2014); ISBN 978-1-78073-066-0
  • The Battle of Moira, [ed.,] Sir Samuel Ferguson, Congal (Newtownards: Nosmada Books 1980) Introduction by Dr Ian Adamson OBE
  • The Identity of Ulster: The Land, the Language and the People, (Belfast : Pretani Press 1982, 2nd edn. 1987, 5th imp. 1995); ISBN 0-948868-04-X
  • The Ulster People: Ancient, Medieval and Modern, (Bangor: Pretani Press 1991) ISBN 0-948868-13-9 
  • Bombs on Belfast The Blitz 1941 (Newtownards: Colourpoint Books in association with Belfast Telegraph 2011 (1st published Belfast: Pretani Press 1984); ISBN 978-1-906578-91-6
  • The Bangor Book 2016 ed Kenneth Irvine, (Ards and North Down Borough Council) Translations from Mediæval Latin by Dr Ian Adamson OBE; ISBN 978-1-5272-0103-3

Paipéir[cuir in eagar | athraigh foinse]

  • The Ullans Academy in Legislation, Literature and Sociolinguistics: Northern Ireland, the Republic of Ireland, and Scotland, edited by John Kirk and Dónall P. Ó Baoill (Belfast: Queen’s University 2005); ISBN 0-85389-874-X
  • The Ulster-Scots Movement (edited by Wesley Hutchinson and Clíona Ni Ríordáin), Brussels: P.I.E. Peter Lang 2010; ISBN 978-90-5201-649-8
  • Somme Memories in Towards Commemoration: Ireland in war and revolution, 1912-1923, edited by John Horne and Edward Madigan (Dublin, Royal Irish Academy 2013); ISBN 978-1-908996-17-6
  • Common Identity in Ulster-Scots in Northern Ireland Today: Language, Culture Community L'Ulster-Scots en Irelande du Nord aujourd’hui: langue, culture, communauté compiled by Wesley Hutchinson (Rennes, Presses Universitaires 2014); ISBN 978-2-7535-2887-1.

Tagairtí[cuir in eagar | athraigh foinse]

  1. "Iar-Ard-Mhéara Bhéal Feirste Ian Adamson tar éis bháis" (in ga) (2019-01-09). 
  2. Tommie Gorman (2019-01-13). "President to travel north for Adamson funeral" (in en). 
  3. "Ian Adamson | Dr. Ian Adamson OBE" (en-US). Dáta rochtana: 2019-01-14.
  4. Office of the President of Ireland. "Media Library News Releases" (ga). president.ie. Dáta rochtana: 2019-01-14.