Recent Submissions

  • The British popular press and Ireland, 1922-32 

    PAYNE, ELSPETH (Trinity College Dublin. School of Histories & Humanities. Discipline of History, 2019)
    Concentrating on the Daily Express, Daily Mail and Daily Mirror, this thesis examines the relationship between the British popular press and Ireland across the first decade of Irish independence. Undertaking cover-to-cover ...
  • Catholics and the Law in Restoration Ireland 1660 -1691 

    SMITH, PAUL GERARD (Trinity College Dublin. School of Histories & Humanities. Discipline of History, 2019)
    By 1660, the Common Law was widely, if not universally, applied in Ireland. For the English and Protestant interest, the law was the principal means of enforcing the mandate of the administration, short of military ...
  • The Iveagh Trust of Dublin: A Constructed Community, 1889-1939 

    O'REILLY, CHLOE MICHELLE (Trinity College Dublin. School of Histories & Humanities. Discipline of History, 2019)
    The Iveagh Trust, founded by Sir Edward Cecil Guinness (later Lord Iveagh) in 1890, was a philanthropic housing institution established for the ?amelioration of the condition of the poor labouring classes of Dublin?. It ...
  • Irish physical force republicanism in Britain, 1919-1923 

    Noonan, Gerard (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of History, 2011)
    This thesis studies the activities of Irish republicans - mainly the Irish Republican Army (IRA) - in Britain from the outbreak of the war of independence in 1919 to the end of the civil war in 1923. It is based on my ...
  • Interrogation, ill-treatment and intelligence : Northern Ireland, 1971-78 

    Newbery, Samantha (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of History, 2010)
    Drawing extensively upon archival material, complemented by official reports, legal documents and secondary sources from a range of disciplines, this thesis examines the origins, nature, and outcomes of the alleged systematic ...

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