It would be hard to exaggerate the significance of Duffy’s book which marks an important stage in the development of Irish historiography. It represents a new point of departure in […]

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In his opening remarks to this conference held in January 1998 at NUI, Cork, organiser Dermot Keogh stressed the relative neglect of art as a historical source. At a time […]

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In the course of a review of Douglas Hyde’s The Story of Early Gaelic Literature (1895), Frederick York Powell drew attention to the dearth of published texts in the Irish […]

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Among the large number of departmental records made available to researchers in early January this year was one bulky file from 1968 containing correspondence relating to the repatriation of the […]

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HM:    What inspired you to do history? NC:    My father, a primary school teacher, was interested in history and was an avid listener to Thomas Davis lectures on the radio. […]

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