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Transhumance and the Making of Ireland`s Uplands, 1550-1900

Costello, Eugene
First full survey of how transhumance operated in Ireland from the sixteenth century to the beginning of the twentieth.

The Irish Rebellion of 1641 and the Wars of the Three Kingdoms

Darcy, Eamon
A new investigation into the 1641 Irish rebellion, contrasting its myth with the reality.

Aristocratic Women in Ireland, 1450-1660 - The Ormond Family, Power and Politics

Duffy, Damien
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.

Ireland's English Pale, 1470-1550: The Making of a Tudor Region

Ellis, Professor Steven G
Challenges the argument that the English Pale was contracting during the early Tudor period.

Political Conflict In East Ulster, 1920-22 - Revolution And Reprisal

Magill, Christopher
Reassesses the context in which the state of Northern Ireland was created.

Political Journalism In London, 1695-1720 - Defoe, Swift, Steele And Their Contemporaries

Marshall, Ashley (Person)
A major history of the evolution of political journalism in the late Stuart and early Hanoverian period.

British Catholic Merchants in the Commercial Age - 1670-1714

Pizzoni, Giada (Author)
A rich picture of commercial life among the British Catholic merchants operating in the Atlantic and Mediterranean at the end of the Stuart era.

The Rood in Medieval Britain and Ireland, c.800-c.1500

Turner, Philippa (Author)
New readings demonstrate the centrality of the rood to the visual, material and devotional cultures of the Middle Ages, its richness and complexity.