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The legacy of the Irish Parliamentary Party in Independent Ireland, 1922-49
This study provides the first detailed analysis of the influence and persistence of Irish Party individuals, organisations and political culture in independent Ireland (1922-49). While many former followers remained ...
Borrowers and lenders in the residential mortgage context: legacy of the financial crisis on regulatory frameworks in Ireland and Spain
The Global Financial Crisis is clearly identifiable as a catalyst for reform of financial regulation and supervision in the period from 2008 onwards. It was also the starting point for the emergence of an indebtedness ...
Architecture of exclusion: the struggle for land and legitimacy of Palestinians under Israeli law
This research focuses on land law and provides an overview of the right to land under international law, followed by a background of the Israeli/Palestinian conflict. Subsequently, exploring the underpinning of the land ...
Mapping protein architecture in centromeres of Equus asinus
The centromere is a genetic locus present once per chromosome that specifies the site of kinetochore formation and is vital for chromosomal segregation. With the exception of Saccharomyces cerevisiae, whose ‘point’ ...
Promoting 'English Civility' in Tudor Ireland: ideology and the rhetoric of difference
This study deals with the concept of ‘English civility’ as the ideology behind Tudor endeavours in sixteenth-century Ireland. While this phenomenon found frequent mention by scholars on Tudor Ireland in the form of an ...
Freedom,power and relational equality: republican justice in diverse societies
This thesis is my response to a view of republicanism that has become orthodox among contemporary political theorists. On that view, when we are talking about what it means to be treated as free and equal in a republic we ...