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  • Assembly Places and Elite Collective Identities in Medieval Ireland 

    FitzPatrick, Elizabeth (2015)
    This paper investigates relationships between assembly places and expressions of collective identities among Gaelic elites during the period from the 9th to the 16th century in Ireland.
  • Ballinderry Crannóg No. 2, Co. Offaly: the Later Bronze Age 

    Newman, Conor (Journal of Irish Archaeology, 1997)
    A reconsideration of the later Bronze Age horizon at Ballinderry No. 2 where the Harvard Archaeological Mission uncovered a substantial rectangular wooden building. A case is made for the former existence of a second such ...
  • The Bronze Age Burials of Ireland 

    Waddell, John (Galway University Press, 1990)
    A county-by-county survey of Irish Bronze Age burials recorded up to the mid 1980s
  • The Cave of Crúachain and the Otherworld 

    Waddell, John (2014)
    Oweynagat (Úaimh na gCat), the cave of the cats, is a natural cave with a souterrain attached in the royal site of Rathcroghan, Co. Roscommon. Today it is an inconspicuous monument but is famous in early literature as an ...
  • The Celticization of the West: an Irish perspective 

    Waddell, John (1991)
    It is argued that the emergence of a Celtic language in Ireland was the culmination of a long process of social and economic interaction at an elite level between Ireland and Britain, and between these islands and adjacent ...
  • Cheques and Balances 

    Waddell, John (Archaeology Ireland, 2005)
  • Continuity, cult and contest 

    Waddell, John (Four Courts Press, 2011)
    The degree to which pagan traditions influenced early medieval Irish literature has been the subject of some debate. The phrase a window on the Iron Age once encapsulated a view that epic tales in particular depicted a ...
  • Contours of colonialism: Gaelic Ireland and the early colonial subject 

    Morrissey, John (2004)
    The sixteenth century is critical to our reading of Ireland's subsequent colonial and indeed postcolonial geographies, yet has frequently evaded considered scrutiny for a variety of reasons, including the deficiencies of ...
  • "Cost competitive places: shifting fortunes and the closure of Dell's manufacturing facility in Ireland". 

    Grimes, Seamus (2011)
    In the early days of 2009 the city of Limerick in the mid-west region of Ireland was dealt a massive blow by the PC manufacturer Dell. After months, if not years, of speculation, the company had finally decided to move all ...
  • The Cultural and Environmental Impact of Large Dams in Southeast Turkey 

    Ronayne, Maggie (National University of Ireland, Galway and Kurdish Human Rights Project, 2005)
    This study of the cultural and environmental impacts of large dams in Southeast Turkey brings together evidence from and interviews with people affected by hydroelectric dam projects planned for the Munzur, Tigris and ...
  • Cultural Geographies of the Contact Zone 

    Morrissey, John (2005)
    In writing about the social and cultural geographies of the past, we frequently reinforce notions of difference by using neatly delineated ethnic terms of reference that often superscribe the complexities of reality on the ...
  • Cultural geographies of the contact zone: Gaels, Galls and overlapping territories in late medieval Ireland 

    Morrissey, John (2005)
    In writing about the social and cultural geographies of the past, we frequently reinforce notions of difference by using neatly delineated ethnic terms of reference that often superscribe the complexities of reality on the ...
  • Editorial 

    FitzPatrick, Elizabeth (Royal Irish Academy, 2009)
  • The elusive image 

    Waddell, John (Wordwell, 2009)
    It is now possible to identify one symbol in Celtic La Tène art found in Continental Europe and in prehistoric Britain and Ireland that appears to be an expression of a complex religious cosmology. This is the elusive (and ...
  • Excavation at 'Dathi's Mound', Rathcroghan, Co. Roscommon 

    Waddell, John (Journal of Irish Archaeology, 1988)
    The partial excavation of the embanked mound and standing stone known as 'Dathi's Mound' at the royal site of Rathcroghan, Co. Roscommon, confirmed that the mound had been cut from a natural gravel ridge. It also revealed ...
  • Exploiting information and communication technologies for rural development 

    Grimes, Seamus (Elsevier, 1992-07)
    This paper examines how information technology (IT) might be exploited to promote rural development; it also considers how IT impacts on the rural periphery. The appropriate adaptation of this technology for indigenous ...
  • Foredune accretion under offshore winds 

    Cooper, J. Andrew G.; Jackson, Derek W. T.; Lynch, Kevin (Elsevier, 2007)
    Experiments carried out at Magilligan Strand on the north coast of Ireland suggest that topographic steering of offshore winds is an important facet of the aeolian sediment transport system at this location. A five-day ...
  • Formaoil na Fiann: hunting preserves and assembly places in Gaelic Ireland. 

    Elizabeth FitzPatrick (Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium, 2013)
    [No abstract available]
  • The Funerary Bowls and Vases of the Irish Bronze Age 

    Ó Ríordáin, Breandán; Waddell, John (Galway University Press, 1993)
    This illustrated corpus of pottery from burial contexts in Bronze Age Ireland c. 2500-1500 BC was prepared by John Waddell with the assistance of Breandán Ó Ríordáin and the National Museum of Ireland. It includes a study ...
  • Future-proofing heritage in Ireland: community, education and stewardship 

    Newman, Conor (Heritage Council, 2015)
    Published by the Heritage Council in Heritage Outlook (2015), 2-4