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"Fascinating scalpel-wielders and fair dissectors": women's experience of Irish medical education, c. 1880s-1920s.
(Wellcome Institute for the History of Medicine / University College London, 2010-10)
Suicide in Early Modern and Modern Europe
(Cambridge University Press, 2006-09)
This is a review of recent English- and German-language publications on suicide, both as an act and a subject of discourse, in the early and late modern periods. It argues that, while publications on the theme have increased ...
James F. Kenney on early Irish history as a field of research by American students
On the last day of 1930, James F. Kenney (author of the famous Sources for the Early History of Ireland) issued a clarion call to scholars in America to take up the study of early Irish history, and presented an agenda of ...
The struggle for control of the Irish mint, 1460-c. 1506
Correlation of archaeological evidence with that from administrative records provides a comparatively large body of information about the operation of the Irish mint under the Yorkists and Henry VII. This ...
Opening Access to Archaeology
(Archäologische Informationen, 2015-02-06)
The article begins by explaining why, from its establishment in 2007, the European Research Council (ERC) encouraged all researchers to engage with Open Access. Its enthusiasm for OA derives from the early recognition by ...
'Ionadaiocht i bparlaimint na hEireann ag deireadh na mean-aoise' [Representation in the Irish Parliament in the late middle ages]
Firm evidence about the level of attendance in the late medieval Irish parliament is particularly scarce. Yet it is generally assumed that parliaments were sparsely attended because the control of ...