Frontiers, states and identity in early modern Ireland and beyond
Essays in honour of Steven G. Ellis
Christopher Maginn & Gerald Power, editors
‘The international reputation of Steven Ellis is reflected in the contributors to this volume … The essays [in] this collection, all taken together, make up a fine volume and a fitting tribute to this renowned and influential historian … I recommend [this book] to anyone interested in the early modern history of these islands and beyond’, Liam Kelly, Breifne Journal (2017).
‘Frontiers, states and identity in early modern Ireland andbeyond is a testament to the depth and breadth of Steven G. Ellis’s scholarship … a fitting tribute to mark the retirement – from teaching, not research – of this prolific and ground-breaking academic … These essays highlight some of Ellis’s most important and insightful contributions to the history of Ireland and the British Isles … this collection is a very appropriate “opportunity to pause and acknowledge his contribution to the historical profession”’, Ruth Canning, Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland (2016).