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The collapse of the Gaelic world, 1450-1650.
(Irish Historical Studies Publications, 1999)
A border baron and the Tudor state: the rise and fall of Lord Dacre of the North
Crown policy towards the nobles and the rule of the provinces under the early Tudors reflected the values and social structures of 'civil society' in lowland England. Using as a case-study the Dacres, a ...
'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 ...
Notes on some Irish hanging bowl escutcheons
(Journal of Irish Archaeology, 1990)
A study of hanging bowl escutcheons from the River Kennet, Wiltshire, Ballinderry and Clonmacnoise, Co. Offaly, published in the Journal of Irish Archaeology 5 (1989-90), 45-48.
Synchronous information presented in 40-Hz flicker enhances visual feature binding
Recent neurophysiological studies have encouraged speculation that the synchronization of spatially distributed neural assemblies (at around 40 Hz in the neocortex) is responsible for the binding of discrete stimulus ...
Speaking of '98: Young Ireland and Republican Memory
[no abstract available]
Geography under threat in Irish second-level education
(Taylor & Francis, 1998)
Recent Department of Education recommendations for a revised second-level junior cycle programme in the Republic of Ireland omitted geography from its established position in the core curriculum. This paper describes the ...
Regional imagery and Irish tourism promotion
Regional images may be defined as representations of places which consist of one or more of a variety of elements which may include people, landscapes, flora or animals (Gold and Ward, 1994; Kneafsey, 1997). Sound, when ...
Population change in the Republic of Ireland 1981-1991: trends and spatial patterns
(Universite de Lille I (Sciences et Technologies), 1992)
Demographic trends in the Republic of Ireland have gradually moved closer to Western European norms during the past two decades. Birth rates have continued to fall and internal migration flows have become diversified. ...