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|Titre :||Irish Historical Studies : Périodique numérique et imprimé vol 36 n 144 - 2009|
|Type de document :||Bulletin|
|Paru le :||01/01/2009|
The south western territories of Kerry and Desmond provide a microcosm of the tensions and interactions characteristic of early modern Ireland. This article traces a pattern of contiguous indigenou...
The present article argues for a multifaceted approach to interpreting the nature of the Irish electoral system. Elections were marked often by an interplay between local, national, personal or ide...
In an influential article, William Lowe and Elisabeth Malcolm have argued that the Royal Irish Constabulary (R.I.C.) became 'domesticated' between its formation in 1836 and its disbandment in 1922....
Biographical essay on journalist Francis McCollagh
For much of the twentieth century, Ireland was quite unusual in comparison with other western European nations in its exclusion of women from policing. By the time women were allowed to join the na...
The effectiveness of the government of Ireland throughout the period of its rule by England and then Britain depended on the accuracy of the information provided to Dublin Castle and sent from then...