Frontiers, states and identity in early modern Ireland and beyond
Essays in honour of Steven G. Ellis
Christopher Maginn & Gerald Power, editors
The scholarship of the influential historian Steven G. Ellis provides inspiration and coherence to this collection of original essays assembled in his honour. Explorations of the history of Tudor Ireland form the core of the volume, but essays on late-medieval Ireland, the Tudor far north and on the Netherlands and Iceland in later times broaden the chronological and geographic scope. For a full list of contents, see button at right.
Contributors: Raingard Esser (U Groningen), Guðmundur Hálfdanarson (U Iceland), Kieran Hoare (NUIG), Richard Hoyle (U London), Henry Jefferies (Thornhill College, Derry), Christopher Maginn (Fordham U), Joseph Mannion (ind), Gearóid Ó Tuathaigh (NUIG), Gerald Power (Metropolitan U Prague), Andrew Sargent (NUIG), Brendan Scott (ind), Brendan Smith (U Bristol).
Christopher Maginn is professor at Fordham University, New York. His most recent book (with Steven Ellis) is The Tudor Discovery of Ireland (2015). Gerald Power is lecturer at Metropolitan University Prague. He is the author of A European frontier elite: the nobility of the English Pale in Tudor Ireland, 1496–1566 (Hannover, 2012).