In The Current Issue-JULY-AUG

REGULARS

From the Editor

HISTORY IN THE NEWS:
The Casement Memorial Statue And The ‘Nightmare Of History’
‘The Treaty, 1921: Records From The Archives’

ON THIS DAY
Aodhán Crealey

BITE-SIZED HISTORY
Donal Fallon

Letters
Truth Recovery Process
Michael Collins A Dictator?
When C.J. Haughey Drove Maggie Mad’
REVD. Nicholas Callan

Platform
Redeeming Dev, Damning Griffith: Pakenham’s Peace By Ordeal
By Colum Kenny

GEMS OF ARCHITECTURE:
LE POER TOWER: Tower Hill, Portlaw, Co. Waterford
Damian Murphy

KINDRED LINES:
Finding Burial Records
Fiona Fitzsimons

ARTEFACTS:
MEADB—STEAM LOCOMOTIVE NO. 800
By Lar Joye

LOCAL ARCHIVES:
‘Archives Of Detention’ In Wexford County Archive For The Revolutionary Period
By Gráinne Doran

100 YEARS AGO:
Deaths Of Irish Patriots: Brugha, Griffith, Collins
By Joseph E.A. Connell Jr

Reviews

SEEN ON TV:
Ireland’s Dirty Laundry
Sylvie Kleinman

MUSEUM EYE:
Colonialism, Empire And Inclusive Global Histories
By Briony Widdis

Bookworm
By Joe Culley

The Big Book
The Coastal Atlas Of Ireland
Reviewed by David Murphy

Book Reviews
Ireland’s English Pale, 1470–1550: The Making Of A Tudor Region
By Steven Ellis
‘The First National Museum’: Dublin’s Natural History Museum In The Mid-nineteenth Century
By Sherra Murphy
The Irish Assassins: Conspiracy, Revenge And The Murders That Stunned An Empire
By Julie Kavanagh
Utter Disloyalist: Tadgh Barry And The Irish Revolution
By Donal Ó Drisceoil

Features

CHURCH ART:
Politics And Religion In The Fifteenth-century City
By Charlotte Murphy

LANDED GENTRY:
English Catholic Landlords In Early Modern Ireland – The Tasburghs And Cong Abbey Estate
By John Bergin

REPUTATIONS:
The Duel Between ‘Danny’ And ‘Dizzy’
By John Rodden

NEW IN MANUSCRIPTS:
Evangelical Mission Pivots To Landlord In Famine Achill
By Patricia Byrne

MEDICAL:
Tea Mania
By Ian Miller

IMPERIALISM:
Bram Stoker’s ‘Great Game’?
By Martin Greene

PUBLISHING:
Ireland’s Own—‘Healthy Fireside Reading’
By Nicholas Rossiter

CIVIL WAR:
The Arrival Of The National Army In Clew Bay, 24 July 1922—‘Healthy Fireside Reading’
By Myles Mac Evilly

MILITARY:
Disbandment, Destruction And Commemoration
By Stephen Callaghan

POLITICS:
Aontacht Éireann (1971–1976): The ‘Conscience Of Fianna Fáil’
By Séan Ó Duibhir



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