IRISH HISTORICAL STUDIES
Irish Historical Studies Vol. XXVII No.105 (May 1990)
Burke, James: The New Model Army and the problems of siege warfare, 1648-51, 1-29.
Grant, James: The Great Famine and the Poor Law in Ulster: the rate-in-aid issue of 1849, 30-47.
English, Richard: Socialism and republican schism in Ireland: the emergence of the Republican Congress in 1934, 48-65.
Enright, Michael J.: Review article: Medieval Ireland and the Continent, 68-77.
Irish Historical Studies Vol. XXVII No.106 (November 1990)
Cosgrove, Art: The writing of Irish medieval history, 97-111.
Phillips, J.R.S.: The Irish Remonstrance of 1317: an international perspective, 112-129.
Maguire, W.A.: The estate of Cú Connacht Maguire of Tempo: a case-history from the Williamite land settlement, 130-144.
Hopkinson, Michael A.: The Craig-Collins pacts of 1922: two attempted reforms of the Northern Ireland government, 145-158.
Woods, C.J.: Theses on Irish history completed in Irish universities, 1989, 159-160.
Irish Historical Studies Vol. XXVII No.107 (May 1991)
Patterson, Nerys: Gaelic law and the Tudor conquest of Ireland: the social background of the sixteenth-century rescensions of the pseudo-historical Prologue to the Senchas már, 193-215
Richardson, Eric: Irish life and progress in colonial South Australia, 216-236.
Harvey, Brian: Changing fortunes on the Aran Islands in the 1890s, 237-249.
Neary, J. Peter and Ó Gráda, Cormac: Protection, economic war and structural change: the 1930s in Ireland, 250-266.
Fitzpatrick, David: Review article: Women, gender and the writing of Irish history, 267-273.
Irish Historical Studies Vol. XXVII No.108 (November 1991)
Ellis, Steven G.: Historiographical debate: representations of the past in Ireland: whose past and whose present? 289-308.
Crossman, Virginia: Emergency legislation and agrarian disorder in Ireland, 1821-41, 309-323.
Fitzpatrick, David: 'That beloved country, that no place else resembles': connotations of Irishness in Irish-Australasian letters, 1841-1915, 324-351.
Denman, Terence: The Catholic Irish soldier in the First World War: the 'racial environment'', 352-365.
Woods, C.J.: Theses on Irish History completed in Irish universities, 1990, 366-367.
Irish Historical Studies Vol. XXVIII No.109 (May 1992)
MacCurtain, Margaret and O'Dowd, Mary: An agenda for women's history in Ireland, 1500-1900. Part I: 1500-1800, 1-19.
Luddy, Maria: An agenda for women's history in Ireland, 1500-1900. Part II: 1800-1900, 19-37.
Kelly, James: Scarcity and poor relief in eighteenth-century Ireland: the subsistence crisis of 1782-4, 38-62.
TeBrake, Janet K.: Irish peasant women in revolt: the Land League years, 63-80.
Jones, Greta: Eugenics in Ireland: the Belfast Eugenics society, 1911-15, 81-95.
Irish Historical Studies Vol. XXVIII No.110 (November 1992)
Sayers, William: Anglo-Norman verse on New Ross and its founders, 113-123.
Gillespie, Raymond: The Irish Protestants and James II, 1688-90, 124-133.
McCracken, Donal P.: Irish settlement and identity in South Africa before 1910, 134-149.
Hart, Peter: Michael Collins and the assassination of Sir Henry Wilson, 150-170.
Woods, C.J.: Review article: Irish travel writings as source material, 171-183.
Woods, C.J.: Theses on Irish history completed in Irish universities, 1991, 184-185.
Irish Historical Studies Vol. XXVIII No.111 (May 1993)
Mooney, Linne R.: An English record of the founding of a university in Dublin in 1358, 225-227.
Edwards, David: The Butler revolt of 1569, 228-255.
Barnard, T.C.: Lawyers and the law in later seventeenth-century Ireland, 256-282.
Bull, Philip: The significance of the Nationalist response to the Irish land act of 1903, 283-305.
O'Brien, Gerard: The record of the first Dáil debates, 306-309.
Hopkinson, Michael: Review article: biography of the revolutionary period: Michael Collins and Kevin Barry, 310-316.
Irish Historical Studies Vol. XXVIII No.112 (November 1993)
Murray, James: The Church of Ireland: a critical bibliography, 1536-1992. Part I: 1536-1603, 345-352.
Ford, Alan: The Church of Ireland: a critical bibliography, 1536-1992. Part II: 1603-1641, 352-358.
McGuire, J.I.: The Church of Ireland: a critical bibliography, 1536-1992. Part III: 1641-90, 358-362.
Connolly, S.J.: The Church of Ireland: a critical bibliography, 1536-1992. Part IV: 1690-1800, 362-369.
O'Ferrall, Fergus: The Church of Ireland: a critical bibliography, 1536-1992. Part V: 1800-1870, 369-376.
Milne, Kenneth: The Church of Ireland: a critical bibliography, 1536-1992. Part VI: 1870-1992, 376-384.
Flanagan, Marie Therese: Anglo-Norman change and continuity: the castle of Telach Cail in Delbna, 385-389.
Hadfield, Andrew: Briton and Scythian: Tudor representations of Irish origins, 390-408.
McKenny, Kevin: Charles II's Irish cavaliers: the 1649 Officers and the Restoration land settlement, 409-425.
English, Richard: 'Paying no heed to public clamor': Irish republican solipsism in the 1930s, 426-439.
Woods, C.J.: Theses on Irish history completed in Irish universities, 1992, 440-
Irish Historical Studies Vol. XXIX No.113 (May 1994)
Lindley, Keith: Irish adventurers and godly militants in the 1640s, 1-12.
Jupp, Peter J. and Royle, Stephen A.: The social geography of Cork City elections, 1801-30, 13-43.
Belchem, John: Republican spirit and military science: the 'Irish Brigade' and Irish-American nationalism in 1848, 44-64.
Maguire, Martin: The organisation and activism of Dublin's Protestant working class, 1883-1935, 65-87.
Broderick, Eugene: The corporate labour policy of Fine Gael, 1934, 88-99.
Connolly, Philomena: Select documents XLIV: An attempted escape from Dublin Castle: the trial of William and Walter de Bermingham, 1332, 100-108.
Gillespie, Raymond: Historical revisits: T.W. Moody, The Londonderry Plantation, 1609-41 (1939), 109-113.
Doyle, David Noel: Review article: Small differences? The study of the Irish in the United States and Britain, 114-119.
Woods, C.J.: Major accessions to repositories relating to Irish history, 1992, 120-121.
Irish Historical Studies Vol. XXIX No.114 (November 1994)
Hudson, Benjamin: William the Conqueror and Ireland, 145-158.
McCavitt, John: The flight of the Earls, 1607, 159-173.
Caball, Marc: Providence and exile in early seventeenth-century Ireland, 174-188.
Moran, Gerard: James Daly and the rise and fall of the Land League in the west of Ireland, 1879-82, 189-207.
Denman, Terence: 'The red livery of shame': the campaign against army recruitment in Ireland, 1899-1914, 208-233.
Cronin, Mike: The socio-economic background and membership of the Blueshirt movement, 1932-5, 234-249.
Woods, C.J.: Theses on Irish history completed in Irish universities, 1993, 250-251.
Irish Historical Studies Vol. XXIX No.115 (May 1995)
Lydon, James: Ireland and the English Crown, 1171-1541, 281-294.
McNally, Patrick: 'Irish and English interests': national conflict within the Church of Ireland episcopate in the reign of George I, 295-314.
Wilkinson, David: The Fitzwilliam episode, 1795: a reinterpretation of the role of the Duke of Portland, 315-339.
Takagami, Shin-ichi: The Fenian Rising in Dublin, March 1867, 340-362.
Maume, Patrick: Parnell and the I.R.B. oath, 363-370.
Kennedy, Michael: Chicanery and candour: the Irish Free State and the Geneva Protocol, 1924-5, 371-384.
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Irish Historical Studies Vol. XXIX No.116 (November 1995)
Lyons, Mary Ann: Maynooth: a select bibliography of printed sources, 441-474.
Powell, Timothy E.: The idea of the three orders of society and social stratification in early medieval Ireland, 475-489.
Cregan, Donal F.: The Confederate Catholics in Ireland: the personnel of the Confederation, 1642-9, 490-512.
Bernstein, George L.: Liberals, the Irish Famine and the role of the State, 513-536.
Loughlin, James: Northern Ireland and British fascism in the inter-war years, 537-552.
Butler, John: Select documents XLV: Lord Oranmore's journal, 1913-27, 553-593.
Woods, C.J.: Theses on Irish history completed in Irish universities, 1994, 594-595.
Irish Historical Studies Vol. XXX No.117 (May 1996)
Duffy, Séan: King John's expedition to Ireland, 1210: the evidence reconsidered, 1-24.
McGrath, Charles Ivar: Securing the Protestant interest: the origins and purpose of the penal laws of 1695, 25-46.
Sloan, Robert: O'Connell's liberal rivals in 1843, 47-65.
Gailey, Andrew: King Carson: an essay on the invention of leadership, 66-87.
Fedorowitch, Kent: The problems of disbandment: the Royal Irish Constabulary and imperial migration, 1919-29, 88-110.
McCormack, W.J.: Review article: The historian as writer or critic? Conor Cruise O'Brien and his biographers, 111-119.
anon.: Major accessions to repositories relating to Irish history, 1994, 120-124.
Irish Historical Studies Vol. XXX No.118 (November 1996)
Thornton, David E.: Clann Eruilb: Irish or Scandinavian? 161-166.
Geary, Frank: Regional industrial structure and labour force decline in Ireland between 1841 and 1851, 167-194.
Townsend, Susan C.: Yanaihara Tadao and the Irish question: a comparative analysis of the Irish and Korean questions, 1919-1936, 195-205.
Fitzpatrick, David: Select documents XLVI: 'Unofficial emissaries': British Army boxers in the Irish Free State, 1926, 206-232.
Murray, James: Historical revisit: R. Dudley Edwards, Church and state in Tudor Ireland (1935), 233-241.
Canny, Nicholas: Review article: revising the revisionist, 242-254.
Jackson, Alvin: Review article: A view from the summit: the Gladstone diaries completed, 255-263.
Woods, C.J.: Theses on Irish History completed in Irish universities, 1995, 264-265.
Irish Historical Studies Vol. XXX No.119 (May 1997)
Treadwell, Victor: New light on Richard Hadsor. I: Richard Hadsor and the authorship of 'Advertisements for Ireland', 1622/3, 305-336.
McLaughlin, Joseph: New light on Richard Hadsor. II: Select documents XLVII: Richard Hadsor's Discourse on the Irish state, 1604, 337-353.
McNally, Patrick: Wood's Halfpence, Carteret, and the government of Ireland, 1723-6, 354-376.
Garnham, Neal: How violent was eighteenth-century Ireland? 377-392.
Blackstock, Allan F.: A dangerous species of ally: Orangeism and the Irish Yeomanry, 393-405.
Brennan, Niamh: A political minefield: southern loyalists, the Irish Grants Committee and the British government, 1922-31, 406-419.
Kennedy, Michael: Prologue to peacekeeping: Ireland and the Saar, 1934-5, 420-428.
McGrath, Michael: The narrow road: Harry Midgley and Catholic Schools in Northern Ireland, 429-451.
Livesey, James & Murray, Stuart: Review article: Post-colonial theory and modern Irish culture, 452-461.
Brown, Terence: Review article: New literary histories, 462-470.
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Irish Historical Studies Vol. XXX No.120 (November 1997)
McCormack, Anthony M.: Internecine warfare and the decline of the house of Desmond, c. 1510 - c. 1541, 497-512.
Owens, Gary: 'A moral insurrection': faction fighters, public demonstrations and the O'Connellite campaign, 1828, 513-541.
Regan, John M.: The politics of reaction: the dynamics of treatyite government and policy, 1922-33, 543-563.
Jones, Greta: The Rockefeller Foundation and medical education in Ireland in the 1920's, 564-580.
O'Halpin, Eunan: Parliamentary party discipline and tactics: the Fianna Fáil archives, 1926-32, 581-590.
Daly, Mary E.: Review article: Historians and the Famine: a beleaguered species? 591-601.
O'Day, Alan: Review article: Politics after Parnell, 602-610.
Woods, C.J.: Theses on Irish history completed in Irish universities, 1996, 611-613.
Irish Historical Studies Vol. XXXI No.121 (May 1998)
Valante, Mary A.: Reassessing the Irish 'monastic town', 1-18.
Powell, Martyn J.: The reform of the undertaker system: Anglo-Irish politics, 19-36.
Lowe, W.J.: The constabulary agitation of 1882, 37-59.
Linge, John: The Royal Navy and the Irish Civil War, 60-71.
Morris, Ewan: 'God save the King' versus 'The Soldier's Song': the 1929 Trinity College national anthem dispute and the politics of the Irish Free State, 72-90.
Powell, John & Kennedy, Pádraic: Select documents XLVIII: Lord Kimberley and the foundation of Liberal Irish policy: annotations to George Sigerson's Modern Ireland: its vital questions, secret societies, and government (1868), 91-114.
Quigley, Michael: Review article: Natural history and Irish history, 115-123.
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Irish Historical Studies, Vol. 33, No. 132 (2003)
Nelson, I. F.: ‘The first chapter of 1798??’ Restoring a military perspective to the Irish Militia riots of 1793, 369-386.
Darby, P.: Gaelic sport and the Irish diaspora in Boston, 1879–90, 387-403.
Bull, P.: The formation of the United Irish League, 1891–1900: the dynamics of Irish agrarian agitation, 404-423.
Finnan, J. P.: Punch's portrayal of Redmond, Carson and the Irish question, 1910-18, 424-451.
O’Connor, E.: Bolshevising Irish communism: the Communist International and the formation of the Revolutionary Workers' Groups, 1927-31, 452-469.
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Irish Historical Studies Vol. XXXVI No.141 (May 2008)
Cunningham, Jack P.: John Bramhall’s other island: a Laudian solution to an Irish problem, 1-15.
D’Ambrières, René & Ó Ciosáin, Éamon: Irish bishops and clergy in exile in mid-seventeenth-century France, 16-37.
McElroy, Martin: The 1830 budget and repeal: Parliament and public opinion in Ireland, 38-52.
Hay, Marnie: The foundation and development of Na Fianna Éireann, 1909–1916, 53-71.
Ó Farhartaigh, Mícheál: Cumann na nGaedheal, sea fishing and west Galway, 1923–32, 72-90.
MacRaild, Donald M.: Review article: personal narratives of emigration and adjustment, 91-94.
The editors: Theses on Irish history completed in Irish universities, 2006, 95-96.
The editors: Major accessions to repositories relating to Irish history, 2006, 97-98.