Land and Revolution in Ireland, 1920–3
'Modest and civil people'
Religion and society in medieval Galway
The town of Galway occupied a unique situation in medieval Ireland. Conspicuously English in its religious and political allegiances, it existed in an overwhelmingly Gaelic hinterland, far from...
Author/Editor: Rachel Moss and Cólman Ó Clabaigh OSB
Early modern Duhallow, c.1534-1641
The crisis, decline and fall of Irish lordship
In the sixteenth century the Duhallow region of north-west Co. Cork was one of the most indisputably Irish parts of Ireland. Characterized geographically by the mountainous boggy lands...
Author/Editor: David Heffernan