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  • Alithinologia : John Lynch and seventeenth-century Irish political thought 

    Campbell, Ian W. S. (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of History, 2009)
    This thesis is a study of John Lynch's Alithinologia (St Malo, 1664) and Supplementum alithinologiae (St Malo, 1667). Lynch, Catholic archdeacon of Tuam, was the foremost Irish Catholic intellectual of the second half of ...
  • Anglican army chaplains on the Western Front, 1914-1918 

    Madigan, Edward Thomas Maksymilian (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of History, 2007)
    In the years that followed the end of the Great War a number of texts were published by veterans of the British Expeditionary Force that portrayed the Anglican chaplains who served on the Western Front in an extremely ...
  • Battle at long range : correspondence chess in Britain and Ireland, 1824-1914, a social and cultural history 

    Harding, T. D. (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of History, 2009)
  • Catholicism in the province of Armagh, 1603-1641 

    Mac Cuarta, Brian (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of History, 2004)
    The thesis explores the evolution of Roman Catholicism in the province of Armagh from 1603 to 1641. The ecclesiastical province of Armagh embraces Ulster together with north Leinster, which in the catholic community of the ...
  • Censorship in the two Irelands 1922-1939 

    Martin, Peter (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of History, 2003)
    This thesis was based on archival research in the repositories named in the bibliography. This was supplemented by secondary sources where primary sources were inadequate or unavailable. Archival research has been supplemented ...
  • Death, sacrifice and mourning in German women's art of the First World War 

    Siebrecht, Claudia (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of History, 2007)
    The war and its consequences were the dominant themes in German women's art between 1914 and 1919. In the early stages of the conflict, women's art was employed to rally support for the war effort, to appeal to women's ...
  • Disarming hatred' : French Catholics and the legacy of the Great War; Marc Sangnier, 1914-33 

    Barry, William Gerard Gearóid (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of History, 2005)
    This study focuses on the cultural legacy of the First World War in France in the period 1914-1933. Specifically, it examines the processes of cultural mobilization and cultural demobilization, key concepts that have ...
  • Dublin reformed : the transformation of the municipal governance of a Victorian city, 1840-1860 

    Jones Stefanie (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of History, 2002)
    This thesis investigates the reform of Dublin Corporation and its activities from 1840 until the early 1860s. Nineteenth-century Dublin in particular has been overlooked in Irish historiography and, consequently, in general ...
  • Entertainment in early Ireland 

    Gleason, A. B. (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of History, 2002)
    The role of entertainment in any society offers an important window onto its values, customs, culture and traditions. The socio-economic and political importance of play and entertainment is demonstrated by its inclusion ...
  • Ireland and sub-Saharan Africa, 1955-75 : a changing mission 

    O'Sullivan, Kevin (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of History, 2008)
    This thesis uses the example of sub-Saharan as a framework through which to analyse the evolution of Irish foreign policy between 1955 and 1975. It was a period of considerable change. When Ireland joined the United Nations ...
  • Ireland and the Popish plot 

    Gibney, John (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of History, 2006)
  • Irish periodicals in their Atlantic context, 1770-1830 : the monthly and quarterly magazines of Dublin, with comparison to those of Edinburgh and Philadelphia 

    Archbold, Johanna (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of History, 2008)
    This thesis focuses on the development of Irish periodical literature from 1770-1830. Irish periodicals have received relatively little attention in the historical literature of the period, beyond quantitative lists, and ...
  • Landlord responses to the Irish land war, 1879-1882 

    Pole, Adam D. (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of History, 2006)
    This dissertation examines rural class conflict in Victorian Ireland at a critical point when the simmering antagonism of tenant farmers over access to and possession of the land became fused with a nationalist movement ...
  • No affair before us of greater concern : the war at sea in Ireland, 1641-1649 

    Murphy, Elaine (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of History, 2007)
    This thesis examines the war at sea in Ireland between 1641 and 1649. The significance of the maritime conflict that took place on the Irish coast has been overshadowed by the military campaigns on land during this decade. ...
  • Political activity of the Irish in Britain, 1919-1925 

    Inoue, Keiko (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of History, 2008)
    The aim of this thesis is to survey the political activity of the Irish in Britain in the years 1919-1925. With the victory of Sinn Fein at the General Election in December 1918 and the subsequent establishment of Dail ...
  • Running at the Devil with God's word. The pamphlets of the Early-Reformation preacher, Jacob Strauss 

    Smyth, Jennifer (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of History, 2010)
    This thesis examines the printed pamphlets of a preacher of the early German Reformation, Jacob Strauss. The analysis is based primarily on my translations from German of Strauss's pamphlets; manuscript evidence from the ...
  • Separatist Ireland and Germany, 1919-23 

    O'Brien, Jennifer (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of History, 2009)
    This thesis examines Irish separatist foreign policy in 1919-23 through a case study of separatist activities in Germany. Separatists built on initial contacts and the work of local sympathisers in 1919-20 to establish a ...
  • Social mobility and the middling sort : Dublin merchants, 1760-1800 

    Griffith, Lisa Marie (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of History, 2009)
    This thesis is an investigation of social mobility in the Dublin middling sort between 1760 and 1800 and has focused on merchants in particular. This study has attempted to examine the nature and frequency of social mobility ...
  • The Antwerp question : the significance of the port city of Antwerp for Germany during the First World War 

    Schmidt-Supprian, Christoph (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of History, 2006)
  • The career of William Conolly, 1689-1729 

    Walsh, Patrick A. (Trinity College (Dublin, Ireland). Department of History, 2008)
    This thesis focuses on the career of William Conolly (1662-1729). Conolly’s origins are slightly obscure. He was bom in Ballyshannon Co. Donegal but his family’s background is unknown although he and his father were ...