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Settlement and Social Change in the Barony of Tulla, c. 1650-1845
This thesis asserts that a diverse landowning elite and fragmented ownership was imposed in the barony of Tulla by the cumulative effect of the Cromwellian and Williamite land confiscations. Given that an exceptionally ...
The response of the Irish State to subversion, 1969-1981
The violence associated with the modern Northern Irish imbroglio prompted a significant escalation in paramilitary activity within the Irish State. This project assesses the various political, legislative and security ...
Lords of land and labour: a comparison of Antebellum Mississippi's John A. Quitman and Nineteenth-Century Ireland's Lord Clonbrock
This study investigates similarities, differences, and connections between antebellum U.S. Southern slaveholders and nineteenth-century Irish landowners. In particular, it focuses on the comparison of Mississippi’s John ...
Irish perceptions of national identity in Austria-Hungary and its small successor states, 1914-1945
This thesis sets out to explore Irish perceptions of and connections with the Dual Monarchy and its successor states, spanning from 1914 until 1945, with the intention of demonstrating the significance of small nations in ...
Irish immigrants in the Rural U.S. Slave South
This dissertation investigates the Irish immigrant experience in the rural areas of the U.S. slave South before the American Civil War. Specifically, it focuses on the analysis of the Irish immigrants' involvement with ...
The Irish Folklore Commission Questionnaire System, 1936-1945
This project examines the importance of the forty-nine questionnaires issued between 1935 and 1945 by the Irish Folklore Commission. The Irish questionnaire system was modelled on the use of the collecting tool in Scandinavian ...