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First full survey of how transhumance operated in Ireland from the sixteenth century to the beginning of the twentieth.
A new investigation into the 1641 Irish rebellion, contrasting its myth with the reality.
An in-depth analysis of the key contribution made by the women members of this important ruling family in maintaining and advancing the family's political, landed, economic, social and religious interests.
Challenges the argument that the English Pale was contracting during the early Tudor period.
Reassesses the context in which the state of Northern Ireland was created.
A major history of the evolution of political journalism in the late Stuart and early Hanoverian period.
A rich picture of commercial life among the British Catholic merchants operating in the Atlantic and Mediterranean at the end of the Stuart era.
New readings demonstrate the centrality of the rood to the visual, material and devotional cultures of the Middle Ages, its richness and complexity.