The Catholic priesthood can be seen as exemplifying ‘traditional’ leadership where authority derives from a social role irrespective of the individual involved; but there have always been priests who developed […]

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Apart from the postscript, which in my view is the weakest section of the book owing to its pious, unctuous and preaching tone, Anti-Catholicism in Northern Ireland, was written by […]

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Although about the making of Britain, this volume also has a disproportionately large Irish content, reflecting the growing interest among Irish historians in viewing Ireland’s ties with England, Scotland, and […]

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The University of Limerick History Society intends to publish itssecond journal of history in 2000. The journal—History Studies—iscommitted to publish the best undergraduate and postgraduate work inthe field of history. […]

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In the Kenneth Nicholls’ article, ‘Worlds Apart?: the Ellis Two-NationTheory on Late Medieval Ireland’, in the last issue an extraneous ‘and’(not the author’s) garbled the meaning of the last complete […]

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