Podcast Ideas - January 18, 2013 The first bookless library 2 weeks and your ebook will go dead to prevent theft...
Dr John Bergin (QUB). Adam Colclough - Lawyer, landowner, officeholder, investor, Catholic agent and Jacobite plotter.
Frances Nolan (UCD). '[T]he worst I wish the law is that his eye may be opened by experience - by experience'. A...
Neil Johnston (UCD). From the 'Humble Desires' to the Act of Settlement - Restoration politics, 1660-1662
David Heffernan (UCC). The emergence of the public sphere in Elizabethan Ireland.
Dr Benjamin Hazard. Combat medics and military medicine: Irish experience during the Tudor and Stuart period.
Dr Marie Leoutre (UCD). The Huguenots and the Williamite Government.
Dr Eoin Kinsella (UCD). The 'dastard gentry' of Ireland: Aspects of Irish Jacobitism during the 1690s
Simon Egan (UCC). The politics of the wider Gaelic world and the collapse of the MacDonald Lordship of the Isles,...
Paul Rondelez (UCC). Native iron mining and smelting in Ireland, c.1560 to c.1640
Francis Kelly (UCC). Brian O Rourke and the Spanish Armada
Dr John Cunningham (TCD/Freiburg). Divided conquerors - martial law and the politics of conquest in Ireland, 1649 to...
James O Neill (QUB). Half-moons and villainous work - Gaelic fortifications and the Nine Years war
John O Halloran (UCD). 'By their fruits shall ye know them' - A re-appraisal of the Marian bishops who conformed to...
Dr John Cronin. Violence and duelling between exiled courtiers - the case of the Caroline Court in exile, c.1649 to...
This week the Two Guys with PhDs are rappin’ to the beat with two new books that will funk you up. That’s right, DJ D...
Lecture by Naomi McAreavey as part of the UCD/Abbey Theatre Shakespeare Lectures 2015.
Competing authorities - the clash of martial and common law in early seventeenth-century Ireland by Dr Stephen...