20th November 2016
Women's literary expressions of war have long been neglected and at times forgotten in Irish scholarship. In Women Writing War:...
15th November 2016
Michael Davitt after the Land League brings Davitt's later story back into the light by exploring his career in the...
Miriam Nyhan Grey
31st October 2016
A unique study of America's role in Ireland's 1916 revolutionary period. Contributors are historians from both sides of the Atlantic,...
1st November 2015
This is the biography of 'Big Jim' Larkin. Through the research of Emmet O'Connor, Larkin - Labour leader and agitator...
Years of Turbulence showcases many new perspectives on the Irish revolutionary period of 1912-23. This fascinating collection not only focus...
31st October 2015
The year 2016 marks the beginning of the centenary period of the Irish Free State's establishment. This beautifully produced limited...
Padraig De Burca
27th October 2015
The Centenary Classics series examines the change and evolution in the Ireland of 100 years ago during the 1916-23 revolutionary...
The Centenary Classics series examines the time of change and evolution in the Ireland of 100 years ago during the...
Patrick Sarsfield O'Hegarty
8th October 2015
In this critical study of Shane O'Neill's life and times, Ciaran Brady, returns this neglected historical figure to his rightful...
1st October 2015
The Centenary Classics series examines the fascinating time of change and evolution in the Ireland of 100 years ago during...
31st March 2015
This book examines why Young Ireland attached such importance to the writing of history, how it went about writing that...
1st December 2014
Sean Lemass is generally regarded as the man most responsible for the modernisation of Irish society. This book considers how...
Mary Louise O'Donnell
The image of the harp - symbolic of the political and cultural landscape of Ireland for centuries - evokes strong...
29th August 2014
From an adolescent farmer to a local Sinn Fein activist and provincial guerrilla leader, and eventually to chief-of-staff of the...
15th August 2014
Left for dead at the sack of Drogheda, Richard Talbot later ingratiated himself with the future James II by plotting...
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