Frontiers, states and identity in early modern Ireland and beyond

Essays in honour of Steven G. Ellis

Christopher Maginn & Gerald Power, editors

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September 2016. 240pp.

Before reform and revival: English government in late medieval Ireland
Brendan Smith

English-born men in Ireland, c.1450–1530
Gerald Power

The economy of the English Pale, 1377–1534
Kieran Hoare

Tudor Reformations compared: the Irish Pale and Lancashire
Henry Jefferies

Thomas Jones and the failure of religious reform in late Elizabethan Meath
Brendan Scott

Defending the borders of England against Scotland in the sixteenth century: an essay on border service
R.W. Hoyle

In the shadow of the Northern rebellion: the Dacre rebellion of 1570
Andrew Sargent

One state or two? Ireland and England under the Tudors
Christopher Maginn

‘As trew Englishe as any man borne in Myddlesex’: Sir Francis Shane, 1540–1614
Joseph Mannion

‘Local Baronios’ in a contested border region: history, historiography and politics in Upper Guelders in the seventeenth century
Raingard Esser

An English gentleman visits two ‘rude islands’: John Barrow Jnr in nineteenth-century Iceland and Ireland
Guðmundur Hálfdanarson

Steven G. Ellis: exemplary colleague
Gearóid Ó Tuathaigh

Bibliography of the published writings of Steven G. Ellis to 2015
Christopher Maginn