Recent Submissions

  • An analysis of the Dublin Guild Merchant Roll c. 1190-1265 

    Becker, Patricia (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of History, 1996)
    The international composition of the population of medieval Dublin is very well reflected in its Guild Merchant Roll. While the document itself cannot give more than a glimpse of the town and its trade, it nonetheless ...
  • Parliament and Community: Theory and Practice in the Insular World, c.1399-c.1460 

    KILGALLON, LYNN (Trinity College Dublin. School of Histories & Humanities. Discipline of History, 2019)
    This thesis presents a comparative study of the communitarian language and ideas which underpinned parliamentary institutions in English Ireland and Scotland from c.1399 - c.1460. Recent years have seen a proliferation of ...
  • The book trade and print culture : a comparative analysis of Belfast and Baltimore 1760-1825 

    Arndt, Sarah Crider (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of History, 2012)
    This project offers a wide-ranging analysis and comparison of the cultures of print in Belfast and Baltimore between 1760 and 1825. Each city and its hinterland have been examined individually and comparatively in order ...
  • Culture, politics and the struggle for mastery in Ireland c.1452-1540 

    KELLY, ALAN (Trinity College Dublin. School of Histories & Humanities. Discipline of History, 2019)
    The fall of the Kildare Geraldines in 1534 has traditionally been seen as the hinge of late medieval and early modern Irish history. In comprehending this period, the collection of documents published in the 1830s as the ...
  • Calvin and humanism 

    Peyer, Iso (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of History, 2003)
    Calvin and humanism is an extensive and controversial topic the treatment of which depends to a considerable extent on the type of approach and method adopted. The introduction provides an overview of the special difficulties ...

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