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Matthew Lewis

29th August 2014 · Paperback / softback

From an adolescent farmer to a local Sinn Fein activist and provincial guerrilla leader, and eventually to chief-of-staff of the...

James H. Murphy

15th May 2014 · Hardback

The fifth Earl Spencer was lord lieutenant of Ireland twice (1868-71, 1882-5). It was a problematic office, combing both symbolic,...

Colin Barr

3rd December 2013 · Hardback

Brings together scholars of Ireland and Italy to examine the multiple intersections, impacts, and influences that flowed between Italy and...

Marc Mulholland

15th September 2013 · Paperback / softback

Terence O'Neill came to power as Prime Minister of Northern Ireland in 1963 with a bold plan to 'literally transform...

Judith Devlin

20th June 2013 · Hardback

Features essays focusing on the role of propaganda, mass media and culture in the development of the Cold War in...

Peter Gray

20th November 2012 · Hardback

Explores the multiple dimensions of the Irish lord lieutenancy as an institution - political, social and cultural - between its...

James Fintan Lalor

13th July 2012 · Paperback / softback

James Fintan Lalor (1807-1849) was one of the most original thinkers of the Young Ireland movement, and one of the...

Eugene J. Doyle

13th July 2012 · Paperback / softback

Justin McCarthy (1830-1912) is the forgotten leader of the Irish Home Rule Movement. Overshadowed by Parnell before him and the...

Donnacha Sean Lucey

24th November 2011 · Paperback / softback

Examines the emergence and development of the largest mass political mobilisation brought about in 19th-century Ireland in the form of...

L. Perry Curtis, Jr.

9th May 2011 · Hardback

Dispossession has a long and tortuous history in Ireland, reaching back to the eleventh century. In the Victorian era, evictions...

L. Perry Curtis, Jr.

5th May 2011 · Paperback / softback

Dispossession has a long and tortuous history in Ireland, reaching back to the eleventh century. In the Victorian era, evictions...

Paul Murray

28th April 2011 · Hardback

A history of the Irish Boundary Commission. It looks at British attempts from 1886 onwards to satisfy the Irish Nationalist...

Paul Murray

28th April 2011 · Paperback / softback

A history of the Irish Boundary Commission. It looks at British attempts from 1886 onwards to satisfy the Irish Nationalist...

Fearghal McGarry

14th September 2010 · Paperback / softback

One of the most famous revolutionaries in Irish history, Frank Ryan fought in the War of Independence and Irish Civil...

Colin Barr

29th July 2010 · Hardback

Tells the story of Father Robert O'Keeffe of Callan, County Kilkenny, and his conflict with ecclesiastical authority. This book traces...

Michael C. O'Malley

1st July 2010 · Hardback

The Air Service came about when the Civil War caused the postponement of Michael Collins' plans for a civil air...

Carla King

22nd July 2009 · Paperback / softback

Son of evicted Mayo tenants, Fenian treason-felony prisoner Michael Davitt (1846-1906) was to become the driving force behind the Irish...

John Joseph Horgan

22nd July 2009 · Paperback / softback

Offers an insight into the transitional period between the decline of nineteenth-century constitutional nationalism and the emergence of the modern...