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Seamus O Cathain

6th June 2001 · Hardback

Essays showing links between Ireland and Scandinavia in folklore and literature....

Hiram Morgan

21st May 2001 · Hardback

Essays by historians on information, media and power from ancient times to the present day. They are all based on papers read at...

Carla King

21st July 2000 · Hardback

Land has been a dominant theme in modern Irish history, extending to political and cultural issues as well as permeating social and economic...

Carla King

20th July 2000 · Paperback / softback

Land has been a dominant theme in modern Irish history, extending to political and cultural issues as well as permeating social and economic...

Michael Farry

14th June 2000 · Paperback / softback

This is an account of the Irish civil war and its aftermath in Co. Sligo. It covers the period from the truce to...

Michael Farry

13th June 2000 · Hardback

This is an account of the Irish civil war and its aftermath in Co. Sligo. It covers the period from the truce to...

Patrick Murray

16th February 2000 · Hardback

This volume presents a detailed account of the political outlook and activities of the Roman Catholic clergy, nationally and in the localities, during...

Patrick Murray

16th February 2000 · Paperback / softback

This volume presents a detailed account of the political outlook and activities of the Roman Catholic clergy, nationally and in the localities, during...

John Moss

16th February 2000 · Paperback / softback

This is an irreverent outsider's view of Ireland and its language, landscape and society. The author also reflects on Canada from his temporary...

Joseph Ruane

12th November 1999 · Paperback / softback

This work analyzes the changes in Northern Ireland which produced and have followed from the Good Friday Agreement. It aims to show the...

Joseph Johnston

1st September 1999 · Paperback / softback

Joseph Johnston was an Ulster Protestant Liberal, in favour of Home Rule by Britain. He published this book in 1913 to persuade the...

Jacqueline R. Hill

16th December 1998 · Hardback

This collection of essays begins with an examination of the changing theories of luxury and austerity since classical times and other papers apply...

James Green Douglas

16th November 1998 · Hardback

These memoirs were written in the late 1940s and cover events in Ireland from 1916-26. Besides casting fresh light on a number of...

Patrick Sarsfield O'Hegarty

21st October 1998 · Paperback / softback

"The Victory of Sinn Fein", originally published in 1924, contains eyewitness accounts of the events in Ireland 1916-23, written from the viewpoint of...

Tom Inglis

3rd March 1998 · Paperback / softback

This is an explanation of how the Catholic Church came to hold such a powerful position in Irish society, and the factors central...

John A. Watt

9th February 1998 · Paperback / softback

The history of medieval Ireland was shaped by the friction between Irish and English cultures. The ecclesiastical dimension of this relationship is studied...

Peter J. Lucas

29th October 1997 · Hardback

The author explores what is known about the medieval publishing process through the work of John Capgrave (1393-1464), a prolific author and one...

Arnold Schrier

1st October 1997 · Paperback / softback

By demonstrating how the emigration after the Great Famine affected the economy, agriculture, housing, industry and even the customs and folklore of Ireland,...