Clare O'Halloran

Lecturer
School of History
University College Cork
Cork
Ireland

T: +353-21-490-3000
E: c.ohalloran@ucc.ie
Lecturer
History
University College Cork
Cork
Ireland

T: +353-21-490-2605
E: c.ohalloran@ucc.ie

I completed a BA and MA in University College Dublin, before moving to the University of Cambridge to do a PhD.  Subsequently, I was awarded a Research Fellowship at Clare Hall, Cambridge, and a Postdoctoral Fellowship from the British Academy, based in the Faculty of History, University of Cambridge.  I also held a College Lectureship at Churchill College, Cambridge.  In 1993 I moved to University College Cork, where my teaching interests include cultural history and the history of European and Irish women from 1500.

 Since 2004 I have been a co-editor of The Irish Review, one of the longest established and most influential journals of Irish Studies.

Research Interests

Current major research project: a study of the translation of elite antiquarian scholarship into a key element of Irish popular nationalism in the nineteenth century

I have published on the impact of partition on Irish nationalism in the early twentieth century, and on antiquarian writing in eighteenth-century Ireland, which I look at in a British and European as well as Irish context. I am also interested in the history of women and the learned societies of Ireland, and in the impact of the 1919 Sex Discrimination (Removal) Act.

My research and teaching interests reflect the range of Masters and doctoral topics that I would be happy to supervise.
 

Books

YearPublication
(2004)Golden Ages and Barbarous Nations: Antiquarianism and Cultural Politics in Eighteenth-Century Ireland, c.1750-1800.
O'Halloran, Clare; (2004) Golden Ages and Barbarous Nations: Antiquarianism and Cultural Politics in Eighteenth-Century Ireland, c.1750-1800. : Cork University Press. [Details]
(1987)Partition and the Limits of Irish Nationalism: an Ideology under Stress.
O'Halloran, Clare; (1987) Partition and the Limits of Irish Nationalism: an Ideology under Stress. : Gill and Macmillan. [Details]

Book Chapters

YearPublication
(2015)''A revolution in our moral and civil affairs': Charles O'Conor and the creation of a community of scholars in late eighteenth-century Ireland'
Clare O'Halloran (2015) ''A revolution in our moral and civil affairs': Charles O'Conor and the creation of a community of scholars in late eighteenth-century Ireland' In: Luke Gibbons and Kieran O'Conor (eds). Charles O'Conor of Ballinagare: Life and Works. Dublin: Four Courts Press. [Details]
(2012)'Negotiating Progress and Degeneracy: Irish Antiquaries and the Discovery of the 'Folk', 1770-1844'
O'Halloran, Clare (2012) 'Negotiating Progress and Degeneracy: Irish Antiquaries and the Discovery of the 'Folk', 1770-1844' In: Folklore and Nationalism in Europe during the Long Nineteenth Century. Leiden and Boston: Brill. [Details]
(2010)''Harping on the Past: Translating Antiquarian Learning into Popular Culture in Early Nineteenth-Century Ireland''
O'Halloran, Clare; (2010) ''Harping on the Past: Translating Antiquarian Learning into Popular Culture in Early Nineteenth-Century Ireland'' In: Exploring Cultural History: Essays in Honour of Peter Burke. Farnham, Surrey and Burlington Vermont: Ashgate. [CORA Link] [Details]
(2006)'Historical Writings, 1690-1890'
Clare O'Halloran; (2006) 'Historical Writings, 1690-1890' In: Cambridge History of Irish Literature. [Details]
(1995)'An English Orientalist in Ireland: Charles Vallancey (1726-1812)'
O'Halloran Clare; (1995) 'An English Orientalist in Ireland: Charles Vallancey (1726-1812)' In: Forging in the Smithy: National Identity and Representation in Anglo-Irish Literary History. [Details]
(1995)'Ownership of the Past: Antiquarian Debate and Ethnic Identity in Scotland and Ireland'
O'Halloran Clare; (1995) 'Ownership of the Past: Antiquarian Debate and Ethnic Identity in Scotland and Ireland' In: Conflict, Identity and Economic Development: Ireland and Scotland 1600-1839. [Details]

Peer Reviewed Journals

YearPublication
(2014)'Stories of Subversion: Thomas Moore's Memoirs of Captain Rock and Irish Historical Tradition'
Clare O'Halloran (2014) 'Stories of Subversion: Thomas Moore's Memoirs of Captain Rock and Irish Historical Tradition'. The Irish Review, (48):36-46 [Details]
(2014)'Recalling the View: Edmund Spenser and Ireland in the eighteenth century'
Clare O'Halloran (2014) 'Recalling the View: Edmund Spenser and Ireland in the eighteenth century'. Proceedings of The Royal Irish Academy Section C-Archaeology Celtic Studies History Linguistics Literature, 114C :215-234 [Details]
(2007)''The Triumph of Virtuous Liberty: Representations of the Vikings and Brian Boru in Eighteenth-Century Histories''
Clare O'Halloran; (2007) ''The Triumph of Virtuous Liberty: Representations of the Vikings and Brian Boru in Eighteenth-Century Histories''. Eighteenth-Century Ireland, 22 (*):151-163 [Details]
(1990)''The Island of Saints and Scholars: Views of the Early Church and Sectarian Politics in Late Eighteenth-Century Ireland''
Clare O'Halloran; (1990) ''The Island of Saints and Scholars: Views of the Early Church and Sectarian Politics in Late Eighteenth-Century Ireland''. Eighteenth-Century Ireland, 5 :7-20 [Details]
(1989)''Irish Re-creations of the Gaelic Past: the Challenge of Macpherson's Ossian''
Clare O'Halloran; (1989) ''Irish Re-creations of the Gaelic Past: the Challenge of Macpherson's Ossian''. Past & Present, (124):69-95 [Details]

Other Journals

YearPublication
(2014)''Brian Boru and his Afterlife''
Clare O'Halloran (2014) ''Brian Boru and his Afterlife'' History Ireland, 22 (2) :38-41. [Details]
(2011)''Better without the Ladies: the Royal Irish Academy and the Admission of Women Members''
Clare O'Halloran (2011) ''Better without the Ladies: the Royal Irish Academy and the Admission of Women Members'' History Ireland, 19 (6) :42-45. [Details]

Book Reviews

YearPublication
(2014)Roderick O'Flaherty's Letters to W. Molyneux, E. Lhuyd and S. Molyneux (ed. R. Sharpe).
Eighteenth-Century Ireland. Iris an da chultur, 29 (2014) Roderick O'Flaherty's Letters to W. Molyneux, E. Lhuyd and S. Molyneux (ed. R. Sharpe). Book Reviews [Details]
(2013)P. Ni Chathain and S. Fitzpatrick (eds), Pathfinders to the Past: in Eighteenth-Century Ireland, vol. 28.
Eighteenth-Century Ireland. Iris an da chultur, 28 (2013) P. Ni Chathain and S. Fitzpatrick (eds), Pathfinders to the Past: in Eighteenth-Century Ireland, vol. 28. Book Reviews [Details]
(2012)M. Caball and A. Carpenter (eds), Oral and Printed Cultures in Ireland, 1600-1900: in English HIstorical Review, 127:527.
English Historical Review (2012) M. Caball and A. Carpenter (eds), Oral and Printed Cultures in Ireland, 1600-1900: in English HIstorical Review, 127:527. Book Reviews [DOI] [Details]
(2011)Charles Smith's Ancient and Present State of the County of Kerry: a new, reader's edition, ed. S. Moraghan: in Eighteenth-Century Ireland, vol. 26.
Eighteenth-Century Ireland. Iris an da chultur, 26 (2011) Charles Smith's Ancient and Present State of the County of Kerry: a new, reader's edition, ed. S. Moraghan: in Eighteenth-Century Ireland, vol. 26. Book Reviews [Details]
(2011)Reliques of Irish Poetry by Charlotte Brooke (ed. L. Ni Mhunghaile).
Irish Literary Supplement (2011) Reliques of Irish Poetry by Charlotte Brooke (ed. L. Ni Mhunghaile). Book Reviews [Details]
(2010)Andrew Sneddon, Witchcraft and Whigs: the life of Bishop Francis Hutchinson, 1660-1739.
Eighteenth-Century Ireland. Iris an da chultur, 25 (2010) Andrew Sneddon, Witchcraft and Whigs: the life of Bishop Francis Hutchinson, 1660-1739. Book Reviews [Details]
(2007)John Waddell, Foundation Myths: the Beginnings of Irish Archaeology: in Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society, vol. 59.
Clare O'Halloran (2007) John Waddell, Foundation Myths: the Beginnings of Irish Archaeology: in Journal of the Galway Archaeological and Historical Society, vol. 59. Book Reviews [Details]
(2005)The making of Marsh's Library: Learning, politics and religion in Ireland, 1650-1750, in Irish Historical Studies, 34:136.
Clare O'Halloran (2005) The making of Marsh's Library: Learning, politics and religion in Ireland, 1650-1750, in Irish Historical Studies, 34:136. Book Reviews [Details]

Dictionary Entries

YearPublication
(2004)Oxford Dictionary of National Biography: entries for E. Ledwich, C. O'Conor and S. O'Halloran.
Clare O'Halloran (2004) Oxford Dictionary of National Biography: entries for E. Ledwich, C. O'Conor and S. O'Halloran. Dictionary Entries [Details]

Encyclopedia Entries

YearPublication
(1998)'Irish Historiography' in D.R. Woolf (ed.), A Global Encyclopedia of Historical Writing, vol. 1.
Clare O'Halloran (1998) 'Irish Historiography' in D.R. Woolf (ed.), A Global Encyclopedia of Historical Writing, vol. 1. New York and London:Garland Publishing Inc.. Encyclopedia Entries. [Details]

Honours and Awards

 YearTitleAwarding Body
1985Three-year Research Studentship Sidney Sussex College, Cambridge
1987Irish Book Awards 1987: Medal for General Book (i.e. First Prize for Non-fiction book) Irish Book Awards 1987
1988Three-year Stipendiary Research Fellowship Clare Hall, Cambridge
1991Three-year British Academy Post-doctoral Fellowship British Academy
1998Visiting By-fellowship Churchill College Cambridge
2008Mayers Fellowship (One month) Huntington Library, San Marino, California

Journal Activities

 JournalRoleTo / From
Irish Historical Studies Referee-
Eighteenth-Century Ireland Referee-
The Irish Review Editor01-JAN-04 -
The Irish Review Editor01-JAN-89 - 31-DEC-95
Proceedings Of The Royal Irish Academy Section C-Archaeology Celtic Studies History Linguistics Literature Referee-
Historical Journal Referee-
Journal Of British Studies Referee-

Conference Contributions

YearPublication
(2015)The Place of Spenser. Spenser's Places. Conference of the International Spenser Society,
Clare O'Halloran (2015) Spenser's 'View' and the Nineteenth-Century Irish Novel. [Oral Presentation], The Place of Spenser. Spenser's Places. Conference of the International Spenser Society, Dublin . [Details]
(2014)Cork Historical and Archaeological Society,
Clare O'Halloran (2014) 'Later Representations of Brian Boru: from Christian King to Viking Slayer'. [Invited Seminars/Guest Lectures], Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, Cork - 12-NOV-14. [Details]
(2012)Rathkeele Historical Society,
Clare O'Halloran (2012) 'The Marquis of Buckingham's Irish Librarian: Revd Charles O'Conor at Stowe, 1799-1828'. [Invited Seminars/Guest Lectures], Rathkeele Historical Society, Rathkeele, Co. Limerick . [Details]
(2011)Department of Celtic, University of Utrecht, and the A.G. van Hamel Society for Celtic Studies,
Clare O'Halloran (2011) ‘Patronage and the Business of Translation: Revd Charles O’Conor’s edition of the Irish Annals, 1814-26’. [Invited Seminars/Guest Lectures], Department of Celtic, University of Utrecht, and the A.G. van Hamel Society for Celtic Studies, Ultrecht, Netherlands , 08-MAR-11 - 08-MAR-11. [Details]
(2011)The Metahistory Conference, UCC,
Clare O'Halloran; (2011) The Long Afterlife of Spenser's 'View': Nineteenth-century Perspectives. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], The Metahistory Conference, UCC, University College Cork , 06-MAY-11 - 07-MAY-11. [Details]
(2011)Oxford Irish History Seminar,
Clare O'Halloran (2011) ‘Translating the Annals: an Odd Case of Patronage and Publishing in the first Gaelic Revival’. [Invited Seminars/Guest Lectures], Oxford Irish History Seminar, Hertford College, Oxford , 08-FEB-11 - 08-FEB-11. [Details]
(2011)Cork Historical and Archaeological Society,
Clare O'Halloran (2011) ‘“Better without the Ladies”: the Royal Irish Academy and the Admission of Women’. [Invited Seminars/Guest Lectures], Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, Cork . [Details]
(2011)Centre for Irish Studies, Catholic University of Leuven, and the Leuven Institute for Ireland in Europe,
Clare O'Halloran (2011) ‘“Better without the Ladies”: Admitting Women to the Royal Irish Academy, 1785-1985’. [Invited Seminars/Guest Lectures], Centre for Irish Studies, Catholic University of Leuven, and the Leuven Institute for Ireland in Europe, Leuven, Belgium , 09-MAR-11 - 09-MAR-11. [Details]
(2011)Irish Historical Society,
Clare O'Halloran (2011) ‘“Digging in an ungrateful soil”: Revd Charles O’Conor and the translation of the Irish annals in the early nineteenth century’. [Invited Seminars/Guest Lectures], Irish Historical Society, Dublin , 19-APR-11 - 19-APR-11. [Details]
(2010)Ireland & Modernity: an Interdisciplinary Conference,
Clare O'Halloran (2010) ‘Manuscripts and Modernity: Revd Charles O’Conor’s Translations of Gaelic Sources in the Early Nineteenth Century’. [Oral Presentation], Ireland & Modernity: an Interdisciplinary Conference, Institute of Irish Studies, Queen's University Belfast , 11-NOV-10 - 13-NOV-10. [Details]
(2010)Romantic Historiography, 1780-1840 - UCD,
Clare O'Halloran; (2010) Stories of Subversion: Thomas Moore's 'Memoirs of Captain Rock' and Historical Tradition. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], Romantic Historiography, 1780-1840 - UCD, Newman House, UCD, Dublin , 22-JUL-10 - 23-JUL-10. [Details]
(2009)Women's History Network 18th Annual Conference, Oxford,
Clare O'Halloran; (2009) The Royal Irish Academy and the Admission of Women, 1785-1985. [Oral Presentation], Women's History Network 18th Annual Conference, Oxford, St Hilda's College, Oxford, UK , 07-SEP-09 - 09-SEP-09. [Details]
(2008)From Folk Culture to National Culture - International Workshop,
Clare O'Halloran; (2008) Negotiating Progress and Degeneracy: Irish Antiquaries and the Discovery of the 'Folk', 1770-1844. [Invited Lectures (Workshops)], From Folk Culture to National Culture - International Workshop, Oxford , 11-APR-08 - 11-APR-08. [Details]
(2008)Eighteenth-Century Ireland Society Annual Conference,
Clare O'Halloran; (2008) Eighteenth-Century Ireland Society Annual Conference, UCC, 13-15 June 2008. [Conference Organising Committee Chairperson], Eighteenth-Century Ireland Society Annual Conference, UCC , 13-JUN-08 - 15-JUN-08. [Details]
(2008)Memory, Meaning and Identity - Seminar Series, UCD,
Clare O'Halloran; (2008) Recalling the 'View': Edmund Spenser and Eighteenth-Century Ireland. [Invited Oral Presentation], Memory, Meaning and Identity - Seminar Series, UCD, Humanities Institute of Ireland,UCD, Dublin , 03-JUL-08 - 03-JUL-08. [Details]
(2007)Exploring Cultural History: An International Conference in Honour of Peter Burke,
Clare O'Halloran; (2007) From Antiquarian to Popular Culture: the Irish Historical Imagination in Fiction, Poetry and Political Discourse, 1806-1848’. [Invited Oral Presentation], Exploring Cultural History: An International Conference in Honour of Peter Burke, University of Cambridge England , 05-OCT-07 - 05-DEC-07. [Details]
(2006)Antiquarianism and Cultural Politics,
Clare O'Halloran; (2006) Division and Faction: Irish Antiquaries in Comparative Perspective, c. 1770-1810. [Invited Oral Presentation], Antiquarianism and Cultural Politics, Centre for Eighteenth-Century Studies University of York , 11-MAR-06 - 11-MAR-06. [Details]
(2006)Charles O'Conor of Belanagare Conference,
Clare O'Halloran; (2006) A Revolution in our Moral and Civil Affairs: Charles O'Conor and the Creation of a Community of Scholars in late Eighteenth-Century Ireland. [Invited Oral Presentation], Charles O'Conor of Belanagare Conference, Roscommon Ireland , 07-APR-06 - 09-APR-06. [Details]
(2005)Women's History Association of Ireland National Conference 2005,
Clare O'Halloran; (2005) Organiser. [Conference Organising Committee Chairperson], Women's History Association of Ireland National Conference 2005, University College Cork , 18-NOV-05 - 19-NOV-05. [Details]
(2005)Women's History Association of Ireland, Annual Conference,
Clare O'Halloran; (2005) Women's History Association of Ireland, Annual Conference, UCC, 18-19 November 2005. [Conference Organising Committee Member], Women's History Association of Ireland, Annual Conference, UCC , 18-NOV-05 - 19-NOV-05. [Details]
(2004)Joint Eighteenth-Century Irish Society and Eighteenth-Century Scottish Studies Society Annual Conference,
O'Halloran Clare; (2004) 'The Cause of Virtuous Liberty': Eighteenth-Century Versions of Ireland's Viking Period. [Oral Presentation], Joint Eighteenth-Century Irish Society and Eighteenth-Century Scottish Studies Society Annual Conference, Trinity College Dublin , 17-JUN-04 - 20-JUN-04. [Details]
(2002)'What ish my Nation?' Constructions of Irish Identity from Medieval to Modern,
Clare O'Halloran (2002) Co-organiser of Conference organised under PRTLI2 auspices, UCC, 10-11 May 2002. [Conference Organising Committee Member], 'What ish my Nation?' Constructions of Irish Identity from Medieval to Modern, UCC , 10-MAY-02 - 11-MAY-02. [Details]
(2002)'What ish my Nation?' Constructions of Irish Identity from Medieval to Modern,
O'Halloran Clare; (2002) Spenser's Ghost: Barbarism and Identity in the Writings of Thomas Campbell. [Oral Presentation], 'What ish my Nation?' Constructions of Irish Identity from Medieval to Modern, University College Cork , 08-MAY-02 - 09-OCT-02. [Details]
(1993)Parnell Summer School,
Clare O'Halloran (1993) 'Partition and the Limits of Irish Nationalism: from Parnell to the Present'. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], Parnell Summer School, Rathdrum, Co. Wicklow . [Details]
(1992)John Hewitt Summer School,
Clare O'Halloran (1992) 'Celts, Caledonians and Picts: Origin Myths and Cultural Politics in Ireland and Scotland, 1750-1800'. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], John Hewitt Summer School, Cushendall, Co. Antrim, NI . [Details]
(1991)International Association for the Study of Anglo-Irish Literature Annual Conference,
Clare O'Halloran (1991) Panel organiser and speaker. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], International Association for the Study of Anglo-Irish Literature Annual Conference, University of Leiden, Netherlands . [Details]
(1990)Conference of Irish and Scottish Economic and Social Historians,
Clare O'Halloran (1990) Invited paper. [Invited Lectures (Workshops)], Conference of Irish and Scottish Economic and Social Historians, University of St Andrews, Scotland . [Details]
(1990)Cambridge Interfaculty Graduate Studies Seminar,
Clare O'Halloran (1990) 'Celts, Caledonians and Picts: Antiquarian Debate in Ireland and Scotland, 1750-1800'. [Invited Seminars/Guest Lectures], Cambridge Interfaculty Graduate Studies Seminar, Cambridge, UK . [Details]
(1989)Irish Association Annual Conference,
Clare O'Halloran (1989) Invited paper. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], Irish Association Annual Conference, Newcastle, Co. Down . [Details]
(1988)Biennial Irish Historians in Britain Group,
Clare O'Halloran (1988) invited paper. [Invited Lectures (Conference)], Biennial Irish Historians in Britain Group, Durham University . [Details]
(1987)Cambridge Group for Irish Studies,
Clare O'Halloran (1987) 'The Reception of Macpherson's Ossin in Ireland, 1760-1860'. [Invited Seminars/Guest Lectures], Cambridge Group for Irish Studies, Cambridge, UK . [Details]
(1985)Irish Historical Society,
Clare O'Halloran (1985) 'Partition and Irish Nationalism: the Triumph of Rhetoric, 1925-39'. [Invited Seminars/Guest Lectures], Irish Historical Society, UCD, Dublin . [Details]

Committees

 CommitteeFunctionFrom / To
Eighteenth-Century Ireland Society Committee member2004 / 2013
Women's History Society of Ireland Committee member2013 / 2016
Cork Historical and Archaeological Society Vice President2014 / 2015
Cork Historical and Archaeological Society Council member2009 / 2014
Cork Historical and Archaeological Society President2015 /

Employment

 EmployerPositionFrom / To
History, UCC. Lecturer01-OCT-93 / 31-DEC-10
UCC Temporary College Lecturer01-OCT-91 / 30-SEP-92
Churchill College, Cambridge / Faculty of History, University of Cambridge College Lecturer / British Academy Postdoctoral Research Fellow01-OCT-92 / 30-SEP-93
UCC Temporary College Lecturer01-OCT-93 / 30-SEP-95

Education

 YearInstitutionQualificationSubject
1991University of Cambridge PHDHistory
1984NUI (UCD) MAHistory
1980NUI (UCD) BAHistory and French

Languages

 LanguageReadingWritingSpeaking
French FunctionalFunctionalFunctional
German BasicBasicBasic

Outreach Activities

 Description

Recent invited talks to Historical Societies/Seminars:

‘Later Representations of Brian Boru: from Christian King to Viking Slayer’, Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, Cork (12 Nov. 2014)

‘The Marquis of Buckingham's Irish librarian: Revd Charles O’Conor at Stowe, 1799-1828', Rathkeele Historical Society, Co. Limerick (9 March 2012)

‘“Digging in an ungrateful soil”: Revd Charles O’Conor and the translation of the Irish annals in the early nineteenth century’, The Irish Historical Society, Dublin (9 April 2011)

‘”Better without the Ladies”: Women and the Royal Irish Academy’, Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, Cork (14 Nov, 2011)

'"Better without the Ladies": Admitting Women to the Royal Irish Academy', Centre for Irish Studies, Catholic University of Leuven, and the Leuven Institute for Ireland in Europe, Leuven, Belgium (9 Mar. 2011)

'Patronage and the business of translation: Revd Charles O'Conor's edition of the Irish Annals, 1814-26', Dept of Celtic, University of Utrecht, and the A.G. van Hamel Society for Celtic Studies, Utrecht, Netherlands (8 Mar. 2011)

‘Translating the Annals: an Odd Case of Patronage and Publishing in the first Gaelic Revival’, Irish History Seminar, Hertford College, Oxford (8 Feb. 2011)

 Media Work:

15 December 2014:

Participant in Mind the Gap Films series Holding out for a Hero – episode on Fionn MacCumhal, RTE 2.

13 May 2014:

History Ireland magazine:  Hedge School, National Library of Ireland, Kildare St, Dublin. ‘Brian Boru, Imperator Scotorum: myth & reality’. Panel member

Other Activities

 Description

Miscellaneous Research Talks:

2006 Researching the Antiquarian Past', School of History Postgraduate Research Seminar, Trinity College Dublin Trinity College Dublin 4 November 2006


List of Expert Assignments:

1989 Invited participant (in recognition of my first monograph) at the British-Irish Association Conference, September 1989.*
*This was part of an important annual series of intensive and high-powered weekend workshops involving Irish, Northern Irish and British politicians and diplomats as well as academics, which discussed solutions to the Northern Ireland crisis. Emmanuel College, Cambridge

2001 Internal Assessor, IRCHSS Postgraduate Scholarships Dublin

2002 Internal Assessor, IRCHSS Postgraduate Scholarships Dublin


Journal Editorship (ongoing): Co-editor of The Irish Review, with full editorial responsibilities Numbers 6-17/18 (1989-1995) and Numbers 31-50 (2004-2015)

Teaching Interests

I teach political, social and cultural history, Irish and European, 1500-1940.

Recent Postgraduates

 Graduation YearStudent NameInstitutionDegree TypeThesis Title
2014Maeve O'Riordan University College CorkPhD'Home, family and society: women of the landed class, c.1860-1914: a Munster case study

Modules Taught

 Term (ID))TitleLinkSubject
2015Ascendancy Ireland 1690-1800: Culture and Society in the Georgian Age HI3042Ascendancy Ireland 1690-1800: Culture and Society in the Georgian Age
2015Women in Early Modern Europe 1500-1800 HI2014Women in Early Modern Europe 1500-1800
2015The Politics of Identity: Ireland and Scotland, Twelfth to Eighteenth Centuries HI6057The Politics of Identity: Ireland and Scotland, Twelfth to Eighteenth Centuries