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Darrell Figgis

1st February 2010 · Paperback / softback

A memoir that presents an account of the author's imprisonment in the aftermath of the 1916 Rising and subsequent internment...

Terence Dooley

25th January 2010 · Hardback

Examines how the inhabitants of nineteenth and twentieth-century Ireland plundered their pasts for polemical reasons. This title includes the essays...

Marie Coleman

12th November 2009 · Hardback

The Irish hospitals sweepstake, initially established to provide money for cash-strapped voluntary hospitals in Dublin, provided funding for Irish hospitals...

Marie Coleman

12th November 2009 · Paperback / softback

The Irish hospitals sweepstake, initially established to provide money for cash-strapped voluntary hospitals in Dublin, provided funding for Irish hospitals...

Seamas O Siochain

14th September 2009 · Paperback / softback

Intends to document a selected yet systematic set of views on Ireland as 'Other' during the nineteenth century. This title...

Paul Darby

24th August 2009 · Paperback / softback

Gaelic sports have been played for over a century in America, and provide a window into the lives and culture...

James Kelly

19th August 2009 · Hardback

"People, Politics and Power" presents some of the most recent thinking on politics and society in Ireland from the Restoration...

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...

Olwen Purdue

26th May 2009 · Hardback

Explores the changing fortunes of the landed elite in the six counties that became Northern Ireland from the land war...

Catherine Hynes

23rd March 2009 · Hardback

Drawing on declassified documents from both the British and American National Archives, this title examines how the Year of Europe...

Senia Paseta

4th December 2008 · Paperback / softback

Thomas Kettle was born on 9 February 1880, he was killed in the opening minutes of the allied invasion of...

Peter Costello

21st November 2008 · Paperback / softback

Denis Guiney (1893-1967) was one of the most remarkable Irishmen of his generation, who exerted through his business career a...

James Quinn

21st November 2008 · Paperback / softback

John Mitchel (1815-75) was sentenced to 14 years' transportation for attempting to incite rebellion in Ireland in 1848, in captivity...

Edward Hincks

16th October 2008 · Hardback

Edward Hincks (1792-1866), the Irish Assyriologist and decipherer of Mesopotamian cuneiform, was the Church of Ireland Rector. In 1856 Hincks...

T. Percy C. Kirkpatrick

18th September 2008 · Hardback

Financed through the will of Dr Richard Steevens (1653-1710), and brought into existence by his twin sister, Griselda, Dr Steevens'...

Tom Dunne

15th September 2008 · Hardback

The National University of Ireland has played a key role in Irish life since its foundation in 1908. This illustrated...

Vladimir Pecherin

2nd April 2008 · Hardback

Shortly after his appointment as Professor of Classics at Moscow University, Vladimir Pecherin fled from Russia in 1836 to pursue...

Jane Toomey

29th October 2007 · Hardback

Why, against a backdrop of the burgeoning 1960s, did the Labour Prime Minister, Harold Wilson, seek to replicate the path...