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|Titre :||Irish Historical Studies : Périodique numérique et imprimé vol. 39 n 156 - 2015|
|Type de document :||Bulletin|
|Paru le :||01/01/2015|
Clare DOWNHAM, Auteur |
The battle of Clontarf was fought in A.D 1014 by the forces of Brian Boru, over-king of Munster, and his allies against the forces of Viking Dublin, Leinster and their foreign allies. The saga 'The...
Which Irish men and women immigrated to the United States during the Great Famine migration of 1846-54?
Tyler ANBINDER, Auteur ; Hope MCCAFFREY, Auteur |
Despite the extensive scholarly literature on both the Great Famine in Ireland and the Famine immigration to the United States, little is known about precisely which Irish men and women emigrated f...
David FITZPATRICK, Auteur |
It is now widely admitted that the Great War was also Ireland's war, with profound consequences for every element of Irish life after 1914. Its impact may be discerned in aberrant aspects of Irelan...
Brian LAMBKIN, Auteur |
This article contributes to the mapping of the 'pathways of transmission' of the Northern Ireland 'problem' by drawing attention to three problematic aspects of John Whyte's appraisal of the pre-19...
James Fitzpiers Fitzgerald, Captain Thomas Lee, and the problem of 'secret traitors' : conflicted loyalties during the Nine Years' War, 1594-1603
Ruth A. CANNING, Auteur |
Existing evidence pertaining to Ireland's Nine Years' War (1594-1603) strongly lends itself to the impression that the majority of Old English Palesmen, at least those of higher social status, chos...
This study aims to critically re-evaluate existing explanations for the scale and significance of rape during the 1641 Rebellion in Ireland, using a contextual analysis of the legal testimonies of ...