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  • Houses of the Augustinian Canons in Ireland 

    Dornan, Antoinette (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    The Augustinian canons are first documented in Ireland in the twelfth century and in this there is a clear parallel with the colonization in Ireland of the Cistercians. The houses of the canons range from large, wealthy ...
  • "A mosaic of movements": The Joycean Rigmarole 

    Crowley, Ronan (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
  • Trinity College Dublin Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts 

    O'Mahony, Felicity (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    The Manuscripts Department in Trinity College Library houses an internationally-renowned body of medieval manuscripts. At the heart of the Collection are the early Christian manuscripts dating from the seventh to ninth ...
  • Risteard O Glaisne (1927-2003): Scribhneoir, beathaisneisi, iriseoir, craoltoir, muinteoir agus gaeilgeoir 

    ni Ghormain, Caoimhe (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    Born in Bandon, Co. Cork in 1927, Risteard O Glaisne was educated at Bandon Grammar School and Trinity College, Dublin. He is best known in Irish-speaking circles for his books on such diverse subjects as Dr Ian Paisley, ...
  • Migration and Cultural Identity in Ulster and Southwest Scotland, 1690-1715 

    Middleton, Katherine (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    The 1690s probably saw the largest migration from Scotland to Ulster in any single decade. Fifty thousand is a conservative estimate that is frequently quoted. The movement of such a number of people reshaped both places ...
  • Harmonia Macrocosmica: Andreas Cellarius, 1596-1665 (Part I) 

    M.Phil. in Reformation and Enlightnement Studies (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    The publication of Andreas Cellarius's Harmonia Macrocosmica in 1660 represented the completion of an ambitious cartographic project begun over twenty years earlier by the family of Johannes Jansonnius. Jansonnius had ...
  • Images of older people in Irish children's books 

    Dickson, Katie; Piesse, Amanda (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    This study captures an overview of a variety of images of older people in Irish children's books published in the last fifty years. It examines how different models of the older person function in different texts, and how ...
  • Sacrifice in the Bronze Age Aegean and Near East: A Poststructuralist Approach 

    Recht, Laerke (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    This project will provide a theoretical comparative analysis of the archaeological, iconographic and literary evidence concerning sacrifice in the civilisations of the Aegean and Near East in the Bronze Age. It will offer ...
  • Religion in contemporary German-language theatre and drama 

    Crowe, Sinead (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    In the apparently secular late twentieth century, questions of politics, postmodernity, gender or ethnicity seemed to dominate German theatre. But since the turn of the new millennium, observers of the German theatre scene ...
  • Constructs of War: Evaluation and Representation of the First World War in the Republican Press in Weimar Germany 1918-1920 

    Ther, Vanessa (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    The fall of Weimar democracy in 1933 has evoked massive interest among historians and the general public and numerous attempts have been made to explain Hitler's rise to power. In this context, many historians have explained ...
  • Beneath the Wine-Dark Sea: Marine Imagery and Artefacts from the Bronze Age Aegean 

    Saunders, Emma (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    This project began as an attempt to explain why the Minoan islanders developed and nurtured this marine interest, while neighbouring island cultures did not. In order to understand the enduring popularity of the sea in ...
  • Streets of the Ancient Near East: Design and Decoration 

    Fitzgerald, Aoife (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    The cities of the Near East display some of the best archaeological evidence for urban design and decoration in the Roman Empire. The plans of Apamea (Syria), Palmyra (Syria) and Jerash (Jordan) are perfect examples of ...
  • The Clash of Empires in Africa: The First World War in the British and German Colonies 

    Steinbach, Daniel (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    From its very beginnings the First World War was a global war. The most severe fighting outside Europe took place in the tropical German colonies of the Cameroons and German East Africa (present-day Tanzania), as well as ...
  • Philosophy, Psychiatry and the Schreber Case 

    Lees, Lorna (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    Daniel Paul Schreber (1842-1911) was a lawyer and judge, who wrote and published an account of his experiences in an asylum. This account was analysed by Freud, who believed that Schreber's dementia paranoides was the ...
  • Christian Responses to Modern Slavery 

    Reaves, Jayme (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    This research project explores the theological and ethical issues around modern slavery and movements to abolish it. Topics include: human trafficking; human rights; racism; theological language and doctrines; Christian ...
  • Theodore de Mayerne (Part I) 

    M.Phil. in Reformation and Enlightnement Studies (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    Theodore de Mayerne was one of Europe's foremost physicians in the early seventeenth century. A Hugenot educated at Montpellier, he moved to Paris upon receiving his doctorate, but soon became embroiled in controversy with ...
  • Female artists during the First World War in Germany, 1914-1918 

    Siebrecht, Claudia (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    The war and its consequences were the dominant themes in German women's art between 1914 and 1918. Their artistic interpretation and observations of the conflict represented the artist's own as well as more general wartime ...
  • Trinity College Dublin 1914-1918: Sources from the College Archives 

    Gittens, Estelle (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    The Dublin University Officers Training Corps was founded in 1910, shortly before many staff and students departed to fight in the First World War. The OTC also took an active role in the defence of Trinity College and the ...
  • Women's Travel Writing of the 1920s and 1930s 

    Hoag, Ann (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    The decades following World War One saw an explosion of international movement including the migration of colonized subjects towards imperial capitals and artistic expatriates attracted to distant communities. The advent ...
  • Harmonia Macrocosmica: Andreas Cellarius, 1596-1665 (Part II) 

    M.Phil. in Reformation and Enlightnement Studies (Trinity College Dublin, 2007-06-13)
    The publication of Andreas Cellarius's Harmonia Macrocosmica in 1660 represented the completion of an ambitious cartographic project begun over twenty years earlier by the family of Johannes Jansonnius. Jansonnius had ...