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13 Jan 2021

Check out the upcoming Symposium Series from the Centre for Early Modern Studies, Limerick: Digital Approaches to Early Modern Studies

Symposium 1 kicks off on the 9 February at 12pm and is entitled Network and Circulation Analysis and Visualisation.

See poster for full details and registration here.

17 Dec 2020

Deeds Not Words, The Survival of the Fitzmaurices, Lords of Kerry by Martin Moore

Congratulations to Martin Moore (MA Local History 2019) on the publication of his book on the Fitzmaurices, Lords of Kerry

The survival of the Fitzmaurices Lords of Kerry 1550 to 1603. In Deeds Not Words, author Martin Moore examines the political and military roles of the Fitzmaurices, Lords of Kerry and Barons of Lixnaw, in the Tudor years of 1550-1603. This work examines their involvement in local, national and international events of the sixteenth century, from their links to the Kildare revolt of the 1530s, through the Desmond rebellions (1569-1583) and the Nine Years' War (1594-1603). This work provides an insightful account of the family's interaction with both the Earldom of Desmond and the Tudor State in those eventful years. New light is shone on events such as the pivotal battle of Lixnaw (1568), the Limerick escape of the sons of Lord Fitzmaurice (1581) and on the sieges of Listowel (1600) and Ballingarry (1603). This work includes orginal research and information relevant to anyone with an interest in Tudor Ireland.

15 Dec 2020

Professor Bernadette Whelan will be speaking about her just published book De Valera and Roosevelt: Irish American diplomacy in times of crisis, 1932-1939 (Cambridge, 2021), on 7 January as part of the Cambridge University Press History Festival. To register please follow the following link: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/5019665716640640528?source=Author+sent+link

11 Dec 2020

Adjunct Professor Pierce Grace has a paper published in the most recent issue of Irish Historical Studies: Pierce Grace, 'Medicine in Gaelic Ireland and Scotland, c.1350 to c. 1750' in Irish Historical Studies 44 (2020), pp 201-223.

11 Dec 2020

Dr Stephen Griffin has an article published this week in the Bulletin du Centre de recherche du chateau de Versailles and is available to read at:   https://journals.openedition.org/crcv/18617 

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