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    • Fires in Rome: The ancient city as a fire regime 

      DESMOND, MARGARET MARY (Trinity College Dublin. School of Histories & Humanities. Discipline of Classics, 2019)
      This thesis has undertaken two main complementary lines of research: firstly, it has looked afresh at the evidence for urban fires in Rome as presented by the written sources and, secondly, it has reimagined the city as ...
    • 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 ...
    • Into the Void: Text and Image in Nordic Art 1890-1915 

      MORTENSEN, KERSTINA (Trinity College Dublin. School of Histories & Humanities. Discipline of History Of Art, 2019)
      Into the Void: Text and Image in Nordic Art 1890-1915 Kerstina Mortensen Illness, Death, and the Psychological Self; fuelled by European pessimism and the perceived degeneration of society at the turn of the 20th Century, ...
    • ''The Faithful Remnant of the True Church of England': Susanna Hopton and the Politico-Theology of the Nonjuring Schism' 

      Lewis, Simon (2021)
      Susanna Hopton (1627-1709) is best known for her devotional literature, and her association with the Anglican clergyman and poet, Thomas Traherne (1636-1674). Significantly less scholarly attention, however, has been devoted ...

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