Society and administration in the Ulster Plantation towns, 1610–89
Brendan Scott, editor
Although much has been written on various aspects of the Ulster Plantation, no sustained work on its urban aspects has been undertaken since the research of Robert Hunter. This collection attempts to rectify that lacuna. Topics discussed include poverty and the Irish in urban Ulster, Catholicism and Protestantism in the Ulster towns, the archaeology and geography of urban Ulster as well as studies of administration and life in specific Ulster Plantation towns.
Contributors: Rachel Treacy (Queen's University Belfast), Jonathan Cherry (Dublin City University), Brendan Scott (Maynooth University), Bríd McGrath (Trinity College Dublin), William Roulston (Ulster Historical Foundation), Annaleigh Margey (Dundalk IT), Raymond Gillespie (Maynooth University), Paddy Fitzgerald (Mellon Centre, Ulster-American Folk Park), Gerard Farrell (Trinity College Dublin), Robert Armstrong (Trinity College Dublin), Colm Lennon (Maynooth University).
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Brendan Scott holds a PhD in early modern Irish history and is the author and editor of a number of books and articles dealing with religion, trade and society in sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Ireland.