Seamus Deane, gen. ed., The Field Day Anthology of Irish Writing (Derry: Field Day Co. 1991), 3 Vols.
The General Editor wishes to thank Dr Andrew Carpenter, Dr Gabriel Cooney, Dr Terry Dolan, Dr J.C.C. Mays, Dr James McGuire, Dr Daithí O hOgáin and, above all, Dr Kevin Whelan for their assistance in the compiling of these lists.

BIBLIOGRAPHIES

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  • Begley, D. F. ed., Irish Genealogy, A Record Finder (Dublin: Heraldic Artists 1981).
  • Best, R. I. Bibliography of Irish Philology and of Printed Irish Literature (Dublin: Dublin Institute of Advanced Studies 1913).
  • Best, R. I., Bibliography of Irish Philogy and Manuscript Literature: Publications 1913-1941 (Dublin: Browne and Nolan, Dublin Institute of Advanced Studies 1942).
  • Brody, E. and C. Brook, The Music Guide to Great Britain: England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland (New York: Dodd Mead 1975).
  • Brown, Stephen, S.J., A Guide to Books on Ireland (Dublin: Hodges Figgis 1912).
  • —, Ireland in Fiction: A Guide to Irish Novels, Tales, Romances and Folklore (Dublin: Maunsel 1916; 2nd edition 1919; rep. Shannon: Irish Academic Press 1969).
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  • Hayes, Richard J., Manuscripts Sources for the History of Irish Civilisation, 11 vols (Boston: G. K. Hall 1965); First Supplement, 3 vols (1979).
  • —, Sources for the History of Irish Civilisation: Articles in Irish Periodicals, 9 vols (Boston: G.K. Hall 1970).
  • Kamen, R. H., British and Irish Architectural History: A Bibliography and Guide to Sources of Information (London: Architectual Press 1981).
  • Kimball, K., Ten Modern Irish Playwrights: A Comprehensive Annotated Bibliography (New York: Garland 1979).
  • Kosok, Heinz, ‘Anthologies of Anglo-Irish Literature: 1772-1986: A check-list’, Irish University Review, Vol. 18, No. 2 (Autumn 1988), 251-62.
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  • McParland, Edward, A Bibliography of Irish Architectural History reprint from Irish Historical Studies, Vol. XXVI, No. 102, November 1988 [Jordanstown] (Dublin: Irish Historical Studies 1989).
  • Mikhail, E. H., A Bibliography of Modern Irish Drama 1899-1970 (London: Macmillan 1972).
  • Munter, Robert, A Dictionary of the Print Trade in Ireland 1550-1775 (New York: Fordham University Press 1988).
  • Nolan, W., Tracing the Past: Sources for Local Studies in the Republic of Ireland (Dublin: Geography Publications 1982).
  • Ó Danachair, Caoimhín, A Bibliography of Irish Ethnology and Folk Tradition (Dublin and Cork: Mercier Press 1978).
  • Shannon, M. O., Modern Ireland. A Bibliography on Politics, Planning, Research and Development (Westport; Connecticut: Greenwood Press 1981).
  • —, Irish Republic, World Bibliographical Series Vol. 69 (Oxford, Santa Barbara, Denver 1986).
  • Takemoto, H., A Bibliography of Irish Writers in the Seventeenth and Eighteenth Centuries (Tokyo: Tokyo University Press 1985).
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BIOGRAPHICAL DICTIONARIES
  • Boylan, H., A Dictionary of Irish Biography (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan 1978; 2nd edition 1987).
  • Cleeve, Brian, Dictionary of Irish Writers, 3 vols (Cork: Mercier Press 1967-71).
  • Crone, John S., Concise Dictionary of Irish Biography (Dublin: The Talbot Press 1928).
  • Hickey, D. J. and J. E. Doherty, A Dictionary of Irish History since 1800 Dublin: Gill & Macmillan 1980); rep. as A Dictionary of Irish History 1800-1980 (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan; Totowa, New Jersey: Barnes and Noble 1987).
  • Hogan, Robert, ed., Dictionary of Irish Literature (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan; Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood Press 1979); published in Britain as the Macmillan Dictionary of Irish Literature (London: Macmillan 1980); rev. edn., Dictionary of Irish Literature, 2 vols. (Connecticut: Greenwood Press 1996).
  • Loeber, R., A Biographical Dictionary of Architects in Ireland 1600-1720 (London: John Murray 1981).
  • O’Donoghue, D. J., The Poets of Ireland, A Biographical and Bibliographical Dictionary (Dublin: Hodges Figgis 1912; rep. Detroit: Gale Information Guide Library 1968).
  • Strickland, W. G., A Dictionary of Irish Artists, 2 vols (Dublin & London: Maunsel 1912; rep. Shannon: Irish University Press 1969).
  • Webb, A.J., Compendium of Irish Biography (Dublin: M.H. Gill, 1878).
ARCHAEOLOGY
  • Barry, T., The Archaelogy of Medieval Ireland (London: Methuen 1987).
  • Bradley, J. ed., Settlement and Society in Medieval Ireland (Kilkenny: Boethius Press 1990).
  • Burenhult, G., The Archaeology of Carrowmore, Co. Sligo (Stockholm: Institute of Archaeology 1984).
  • Clarke, H. B. and M. Brennan, Columbanus and Merovingian Monasticism (Oxford: British Archaeological Reports 1981).
  • —, and A. Simms, The Comparative History of Urban Origins in Non-Roman Europe (Oxford: British Archaeological Reports 1985).
  • Cuppage, J., Archaeological Survey of the Dingle Peninsula (Ballyferriter, Co. Kerry: Oidhreacht Chorca Dhuibhne 1986).
  • de Paor, Liam and Máire de Paor, Early Christian Ireland (London: Thames and Hudson 1958; rep. 1966).
  • de Valera, R. and S. Ó Nuallain, Survey of the Megalithic Tombs of Ireland, 4 vols (Dublin: Stationery Office 1961 1964 1971 1982).
  • Eames, E. S. and T. Fanning, Irish Medieval Tiles (Dublin: RIA 1988).
  • Edwards, K. J. and W.P. Warren, The Quaternary History of Ireland (London: Academic Press 1985).
  • Eogan, G., Hoards of the Irish Later Bronze Age (Dublin: University College, Dublin 1983).
  • Eogan, G., Excavations at Knowth (London: Thames and Hudson 1986).
  • Filip, J., Celtic Civilisation and Its Heritage (Prague: Czechoslovak Academy of Sciences 1960; 2nd edition Wellingborough, Northants: Collects; Prague: Academia 1977).
  • Flanagan, E., Ireland’s Armada Legacy (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan 1988).
  • Hamlin, A. and C. Lynn, Pieces of the Past. Archaeological Excavations by DOENI 1970-86 (Belfast: HMSO 1988).
  • Harbinson, Peter, Guide to the National Monuments of Ireland (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan 1970).
  • —, Pre-Christian Ireland. From the First Settlers to the Early Celts (London: Thames and Hudson 1988).
  • Henderson, G., From Durrow to Kells: The Insular Gospel-Books 650-800 (London: Thames and Hudson 1987).
  • Herity, M., Irish Passage Graves (Dublin: Irish University Press 1974).
  • —, and G. Eogan, Ireland in Prehistory (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul 1977; 1989).
  • Higgins, J, The Early Christian Cross Slabs, Pillar Stones and Related Monuments of Co. Galway, Ireland [British Archaeological Reports] (Oxford 1987).
  • Killanin, Lord and M. V. Duignan, The Shell Guide to Ireland revised and updated by Peter Harbison (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan 1989).
  • Lacy, Brian, Archaeological Survey of County Donegal (Lifford: Donegal County Council 1983).
  • MacNiocaill, G. and P. Wallace, eds., Keimelia: Studies in Medieval Archaeology and History (Galway: Galway University Press 1989).
  • McNeill, T. E., Anglo-Norman Ulster (Edinburgh: John Donald 1980).
  • Mitchell, G. F., Man and Environment in Valencia Island (Dublin: RIA 1989).
  • Movius, H. L., The Irish Stone Age: Its Chronology, Development and Relationships (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1942).
  • Murray, H., Viking and Early Medieval Buildings in Dublin (Oxford: British Archaeological Reports 1983).
  • Norman, E.R. and K. St Joseph, The Early Development of Irish Society (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1969).
  • O’Corrain, D. ed., Irish Antiquity (Cork: Mercier Press 1981).
  • O’Kelly, M. J., Newgrange: Archaeology, Art and Legend (London: Thames and Hudson 1982).
  • —, Early Ireland. An Introduction to Irish Prehistory (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1989).
  • O’Riordain, S. P., Antiquities of the Irish Countryside (Cork: Cork University Press 1943; London: Methuen 1953; 4th edition 1964; 5th revised edition 1979).
  • Raftery, B., La Tène in Ireland: Problems of Origin and Chronology (Marburg: Veroffentlichung des Vorgesschichtlichen Seminars 1984).
  • Raftery, J., Prehistoric Ireland (London: Batsford 1951).
  • Reeves Smyth, T. and F. Hammond, eds., Landscape Archaeology in Ireland (Oxford: British Archaeological Reports 1983).
  • Ryan, M. F. ed., Ireland and Insular Art A.D. 500-1200 (Dublin: RIA 1987).
  • Rynne, E. ed., Figures from the Past. Studies on Figurative Art in Christian Ireland (Dublin: Glendale Press 1987).
  • Weir, A., Early Ireland. A Field Guide (Belfast: Blackstaff Press 1980).
  • Woodman, P., The Mesolithic in Ireland: Hunter-gathers in an Insular Environment (Oxford: British Archaeolgoical Reports 1987).

ARCHITECTURE, ART, MUSIC

This select list in part derives from and may be supplemented by Edward McParland’s ‘A Bibliography of Irish Architectural History’, Irish Historical Studies, Vol. XXIV, No. 102 (1988), 161-22; rep. Jordanstown: Irish Historical Studies 1989. See also R. H. Kamen, British and Irish Architectural History; A Bibliography and Guide to Sources of Information (London: Architectural Press 1981) and the bibliography in P. Harbison, H. Potterton and J. Sheehy, Irish Art and Architecture from Prehistory to the Present (London: Thames and Hudson 1978).

  • Arnold, Bruce, A Concise History of Irish Art (London: Thames and Hudson 1969; revised edition 1977).
  • Beckett, J. C. and R. E. Glasscock, eds., Belfast: The Origin and Growth of an Industrial City (London: Faber & Faber 1967).
  • Bieler, Ludwig, Ireland: Harbinger of the Middle Ages (Oxford: Oxford University Press 1963).
  • Bodkin, Thomas, Four Irish Landscape Painters (Dublin: The Talbot Press 1920).
  • Boydell, B., A Dublin Musical Calendar 1700-1760 (Dublin: Irish Academic Press 1990).
  • Brennan, M., The Stars and Stones: Ancient Art and Astronomy in Ireland (London: Thames and Hudson 1983).
  • Brett, C. E. B., Buildings of Belfast 1700-1914 (London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson 1967; revised edition Belfast: Friars Bush Press 1985).
  • Butel, P. and L.M. Cullen, eds., Cities and MErchants: French and Irish Perspectives on Urban Development 1500-1900 (Dublin: Department of Modern History, Trinity College 1986).
  • Clarke, H., ed., Medieval Dublin: The Living City (Dublin: Irish Academic Press 1990).
  • —, ed., Medieval Dublin: The Making of a Metropolis (Dublin: Irish Academic Press 1990).
  • Craig, Maurice James, Dublin 1660-1800 (London: Cresset Press 1952; rep. 1969; Dublin: Figgis 1980).
  • —, Classic Irish Houses of the Middle Size (London: Architectural Press 1976).
  • —, The Architecture of Ireland from the Earliest Times to 1880 (London: Batsford; Dublin: Eason 1982).
  • —, and the Kinght of Glin, Ireland Observed (Cork: Mercier Press 1970).
  • Crookshank, Anne, Irish Sculpture from 1600 to the Present Day (Dublin: Department of Foreign Affairs 1984).
  • —, and the Knight of Glin, The Painters of Ireland (London: Barrie and Jenkins 1978; 2nd edition 1979).
  • Danaher, Kevin, Ireland’s Vernacular Architecture (Cork: Mercier PRess 1975).
  • de Breffny, Brian and R. ffolliott, The Houses of Ireland (London: Thames and Hudson 1975).
  • —, and G. Mott, The Churches and Abbeys of Ireland (London: Thames and Hudson 1976).
  • Dixon, H., An Introduction to Ulster Architecture (Belfast: Ulster Architectural Heritage Society 1975).
  • Evans, D., An Introduction to Modern Ulster Architecture (Belfast: Ulster Architectural Heritage Society 1977).
  • Evans, D., and M. Patton, The Diamond as Big as a Square: An Introduction to the Towns and Buildings of Ulster (Belfast: Ulster Architectural Heritage Society 1981).
  • Fenlon, J., Neville Figgis and C. Marshall, eds., New Perspectives: Studies in Art History in Honour of Anne Crookshank (Dublin: Irish Academic Press 1987).
  • Finlay, I., Celtic Art: An Introduction (London: Faber & Faber 1973).
  • Flood, William Henry Grattan, A History of Irish Music (Dublin: Browne and Nolan 1905; rep. Shannon: Irish University Press 1970).
  • Gailey, Andrew, Rural Houses of the North of Ireland (Edinburgh: Donald 1984).
  • Gilbert, John T., History of the City of Dublin, 3 vols (Dublin: McGlashan, 1854-59; rep. Shannon: Irish University PRess 1972).
  • Green, M., Symbol and Image in Celtic Religious Art (London: Routledge 1989).
  • Guinness, Desmond, Georgian Dublin (London: Batsford 1979).
  • —, and William Ryan, Irish Houses and Castles (London: Thame sand Hudson 1971).
  • Guinness, Desmond, and J. T. Sadler, Jr., The Palladian Style in England, Ireland and America (London: Thames and Hudson 1976).
  • Harbison, P., H. Potterton and J. Sheehy, Irish Art and Architecture from Prehistory to the Present (London: Thames and Hudson 1978).
  • Harkness, D. and M. O’Dowd, eds., The Town in Ireland (Belfast: Appletree Press 1981).
  • Harvey, J.H., Dublin, A Study in Environment (London: Batsford 1949).
  • Henry, Françoise, Early Christian Irish Art (Dublin: Three Candles 1963).
  • —, Irish Art during the Viking Invasions (800-1020 A.D.) (London: Methuen 1967)
  • —, Irish Art in the Romanesque Period (1020-1170 A.D.) (London: Methuen 1970).
  • —, La Sculpture Irlandaise pendant les douze premiers siecles de l’Ere chretienne, 2 vols (Paris: Leroux 1933).
  • Hogan, I. M., Anglo-Irish Music 1780-1830 (Cork: Cork University Press 1966).
  • Hurley, R. and W. Cantwell, Contemporary Irish Church Architecture (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan 1985).
  • Jackson, R. W., Cathedrals of the Church of Ireland (Dublin: APCK 1971).
  • Kearns, K. C., Georgian Dublin: Ireland’s Imperilled Architectural Heritage (Newton Abbot: David and Charles 1983).
  • Leask, Harold G., Irish Castles and Castellated Houses (Dundalk: Tempest 1941).
  • —, Irish Churches and Monastic Buildings I. The First Phases and the Romanesque; II. Gothic Architecture to A.D. 1400; III. Medieval Gothic: The Last Phases (Dundalk: Dundealgan Press 1960).
  • Longford, Christine (Countess of), A Biography of Dublin (London: Methuen 1936).
  • Mahr, A., and J. Raftery, Christian Art in Ancient Ireland, 2 vols (Dublin: Stationery Office 1932-41; New York: Hacker 1976).
  • Malins, E., Irish Gardens (Dublin: Eason 1977).
  • —, and Patrick Bowe, Irish Gardens and Demesnes from 1830 (London: Barrie and Jenkins 1980).
  • —, and Desmond FitzGerald (Knight of Glin), Lost Demesnes: Irish Landscape Gardening 1660-1845 (London: Barrie and Jenkins 1976).
  • Malton, James, A Picturesque and Descriptive View of the City of Dublin (London, 1792-99; rep. Dublin: The Dolmen Press, in association with the Irish Georgian Society 1981).
  • Maxwell, Constantia, Country and Town in Ireland under the Georges (LOndon: Harrap 1940).
  • —, Dublin under the Georges 1714-1830 London: Harrap 1936; revised edition London: 1956).
  • McCarthy, Muriel, All Graduates and Gentlemen: Marsh’s Library (Dublin: O’Brien Press 1980).
  • McCullough, N., Dublin: An Urban History (Dublin: Anne St. Press 1990).
  • —, and V. Mulvin, A Lost Tradition: The Nature of Architecture (Dublin: Gandon Editions 1987; 1990).
  • McDermott, M., Ireland’s Architectural Heritage: An Outline History of Irish Architecture (Tallaght, Co. Dublin: Folens 1975).
  • McParland, Edward, James Gandon, Vitruvius Hibernicus (London: Zwemmer 1985).
  • —, A. Rowan and A. M. Rowan, The Architecture of Richard Morrison (1767-1849 and William Vitruvius Morrison (1794-1838) (Dublin: Irish Architectural Archive 1990).
  • Murray, J., Viking and Early Medieval Buildings in Dublin (Oxford: B.A. R. 1983).
  • O’Dwyer, F., Lost Dublin (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan 1981).
  • Olbricht, K,-H., and H.M. Wegener, Irish Houses: History, Architecture, Furnishing (London: Thames and Hudson 1984).
  • Pool, R., and J. Cash, Views of The Most Remarkable Public Buildings, Monuments and Other Edifices in The City of Dublin (Dublin: J. Williams, 1780: rep. with introduction by M. Craig, Shannon: Irish University Press 1970).
  • Potterton, H., Irish Church Monuments 1570-1880 (Belfast: Ulster Architectural Heritage Society 1974).
  • Richardson A. E., Monumental Classic Architecture in Great Britain and Ireland during the Eighteenth and Nineteenth Centuries (London: Batsford 1914; rep. 1982).
  • —, An Introduction to Georgian Architecture (London: Art and Technics 1949).
  • Richardson, D. S., Gothic Revival Architecture in Ireland, 2 vols (New York and London: Garland 1983).
  • Rothery, S., Everyday Buildings of Ireland (Dublin: College of Technology, Bolton Street 1975).
  • —, The Shops of Ireland (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan 1978).
  • Rowan, A., The Buildings of Ireland: North-West Ulster: The Counties of Londonderry, Donegal, Fermanagh and Tyrone (Harmondsworth: Penguin Books 1979).
  • Shaffrey, P., The Irish Town: An Approach to Survival (Dublin: O’Brien Press 1975).
  • —, Irish Countryside Buildings: Everyday Architecture in the Rural Landscape (Dublin: O’Brien Press 1985).
  • —, and M. Shaffrey, Buildings of Irish Towns: Treasures of Everyday Architecture (Dublin: O’Brien Press 1983; London: Sheehy, J., F.F. McCarthy and the Gothic Revival in Ireland (Belfast: Ulster Architectural Society 1977).
  • —, and M. Shaffrey, The Rediscovery of Ireland’s Past; The Celtic Revival 1830-1930 (London: Thames and Hudson 1980).
  • Stalley, Roger A., Architecture and Sculpture in Ireland 1150-1350 (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan 1971).
  • —, The Cistercian Monasteries of Ireland (London and New Haven: Yale University Press 1987).
  • Walsh, T. J., Opera in Dublin 1819-1838 (Wexford: The Free Press 1952).
  • —, Opera in Dublin 1705-1797: The Social Scene (Dublin: Allen Figgis 1973).
  • Warren, P., Irish Glass: The Age of Exuberance (London: Faber & Faber 1970; 2nd revised edition 1981).
  • Weir, H., The Houses of Clare (Ballinakella: Ballinakella Press 1986).
  • White, H., and G. Gillen, eds., Irish Musical Studies I (Dublin: Irish Academic Press 1990).
  • White, J., The National Gallery of Ireland (London: Thames and Hudson 1968).
  • Wynne, M., Irish Stained Glass (Dublin: Eason 1977).

FOLKLORE AND FOLK MUSIC

More detailed listings are to be found in C. O Danachair (Kevin Danaher), A Bibliography of Irish Ethnology and Folk Tradition (Dublin and Cork: Mercier Press 1978) and in S. O Duilearga, Leabhar Sheáin I Chonaill Scealta agus Seanchas ó Ibh Ráthach (Baile Atha Cliath: An Coláiste Ollscoile, Comhairle Bhéaloideas Eireann 1977), pp 397-413. The journal Béaloideas is indispensable.

  • Brady, J., The Big Sycamore. Reminiscences (Dublin: M.H. Gill and Son 1958).
  • Breathnach, B., Irish Folkmusic and Dances (Dublin: The Talbot Press 1967; revised edition 1977).
  • Bruford, A., Gaelic Folktales and Medieval Romances (Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press 1969).
  • Carbery, M., The Farm by Lough Gur (London: Longmans, Green 1937; Cork: Mercier Press 1973).
  • Christiansen, R.T., Studies in Irish and Scandinavian Folk Tales (Copenhagan: Rosenkilde and Bagger 1959).
  • Delargy, James H, The Gaelic Storyteller (London: Cumberlege 1945).
  • de Vries, J., trans. B. J. Timmer, Heroic Songs and Heroic Legend (London: Oxford University Press 1963).
  • Evans, Estyn E., Irish Folkways (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul 1957).
  • Gailey, Andrew and Daithí O hOgáin, eds., Gold Under the Furze: Studies in Folk Tradition: Presented to Caoimhín O Danachair (Dublin: Glendale Press 1982).
  • Lysaght, Patricia, The Banshee: The Irish Supernatural Death-Messenger (Dublin: Glendale Press 1986).
  • MacNeill, Máire, The Festival of Lughnasa (London: Oxford University Press 1962).
  • McGrath, M., ed., Cinnlae Amhlaoibh Uí Shúilleabháin: The Diary of Humphrey O’Sullivan (London: Irish Texts Society 1936-37).
  • Ó Caithnia, P., Scéal na hIomána ó thosach ama go 1884 (Baile Atha Cliath: An Clóchomhar 1980).
  • Ó Catháin, S., Irish Life and Lore (Dublin and Cork: Mercier Press 1982).
  • Ó Catháin, S., and P. O’Flanagan, The Living Landscape; Kilgalligan, Erris, Co. Mayo (Baile Atha Cliath: An Coláiste Ollscoile, Comhairle Béaloideas Eireann 1975).
  • Ó Danachair, Caoimhín, In Ireland Long Ago (Cork: Mercier Press 1962; rep. 1976).
  • —, Folktales of the Irish Countryside (Dublin and Cork: Mercier Press 1965; rep. 1976).
  • —, Irish Country People (Cork: Mercier Press 1966).
  • —, The Pleasant Land of Ireland (Cork: Mercier Press 1967).
  • —, The Year in Ireland (Dublin and Cork: Mercier Press 1972).
  • O’Dowd, A., Meitheal: A Study of Co-operative Labour in Rural Ireland (Baile Atha Cliath: Comhairle Béaloideas Eireann 1981).
  • Ó hEochaidh, S., ed., Síscéalta ó Thír Chonaill/Fairy Legends from Donegal (Baile Atha Cliath: Comhairle Béaloideas Eireann 1977).
  • Ó hOgáin, Daithí, An File: Staidéar ar Osnádúrthacht na Filíochta sa Traidisiún Gaelach (Baile Atha Cliath: Oifig an tSólathair 1982).
  • —, Fionn mac Cumhaill: Images of the Gaelic Hero (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan 1988).
  • O’Neill, Francis, Irish Folk Music (Chicago: Regan 1910; rep. Darby, Pennsylvania: Norwood 1973).
  • —, Irish Minstrels and Musicians (Chicago: Regan 1913; rep. Darby, Pennsylvania: Norwood 1973).
  • —, ed., O’Neill’s Music of Ireland (Chicago: Ryan and Healy 1910).
  • O’Neill, T., Life and Tradition in Rural Ireland (London: Dent 1977).
  • O’Rourke, B., Blas Meala, A Sip from the Honey-Pot: Gaelic Folksongs with English Translations (Dublin: Irish Academic Press 1985).
  • O’Rourke, B., Pale Rainbow: Gaelic Folksongs with English Translations (Dublin: Irish Academic Press 1989).
  • Ó Súilleabháin, Seán, A Handbook of Irish Folklore (Dublin: Educational Company 1942; Detroit: Singing Tree Press 1970).
  • —, Folktales of Ireland (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul 1966).
  • —, Irish Folk Custom and Belief (Dublin: Three Candles 1967).
  • —, Irish Wake Amusements (Cork: Mercier Press 1967).
  • —, Storytelling in Irish Tradition (Cork: Mercier Press 1973).
  • —, The Folklore of Ireland (London: Batsford 1974).
  • —, and R. T. Christiansen, The Types of Irish Folktale (Helsinki: Suomalinan Tiedakatemia Academia Scientiarum Fennica 1963).
  • Ó Tuama, Seán, An Grá an Amhráin na nDaoine (Baile Atha Cliath: An Clóchomhar 1960).
  • Shields, Hugh, Narrative Songs in Ireland: Lays, Ballads and Come-all Yes (Dublin: Irish Academic Press 1990).
  • Thompson, S., The Folk Tale (New York: Dryden 1946; rep. New York: AMS 1979).

HISTORICAL GEOGRAPHY

  • Aalen, Frank H., Man and the Landscape in Ireland (London: Academic Press 1978; New York: Academic Press Inc 1978).
  • Andrews, John H., A Paper Landscape: The Ordance Survey in Ireland (Oxford: Clarendon Press 1975).
  • —, Irish Maps (Dublin: Eason 1978).
  • —, Plantation Acres, An Historical Study of the Irish Land Surveyors (Belfast: Ulster Historical Foundation 1985).
  • Atlas of Ireland [Irish National Committee for Geography] (Dublin: RIA 1979).
  • Buchanan, R. H., E. Jones and D. F. McCourt ed., Man and his Habitat; Essays presented to E.E. Evans (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul 1971).
  • Camblin, G., The Town in Ulster (Belfast: Mullan 1951).
  • Davies, Gordon L. Herries, ed., The Geographical Society of Ireland. Golden Jubilee 1934-1984 (Dublin: Irish Geographical Society 1984).
  • —, and N. Stephens, Ireland, A Geomorphology (London: Methuen 1978).
  • Evans, Estyn E., The Personality of Ireland: Habitat, Heritage and History (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1973).
  • Feehan, J., The Landscape of Slieve Bloom (Dublin: Blackwater Press 1979).
  • Flatres, P., Geographie Rurale de Quatre Contrées Celtiques, Irlande, Galles, Cornwall et Man (Rennes: Librairie Universitaire Philon 1957).
  • Freeman, T. W., Pre-Famine Ireland: A Study in Historical Geography (Manchester: Manchester University Press 1957).
  • —, Ireland: Its Physical, Historical, Social and Economic Geography (London: Methuen 1956, revised edition 1960).
  • Graham, B. J., Anglo-Norman Settlement in Ireland (Dublin: Group for the Study of Irish Historic Settlement 1985).
  • Hayes-McCoy, G. A., Ulster and Other Irish Maps c. 1600 (Dublin: Stationery Office 1964).
  • Jones, E., A Social Geography of Belfast (London: Oxford University Press 1960).
  • Kearney, H., The British Isles. A History of Four Nations (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1989).
  • Lee, Joseph, ed., Ireland: Towards a Sense of Place (Cork: Cork University Press 1985).
  • Leister, I., Peasant Openfield Farming and Its Territorial Organisation in County Tipperary (Marburg: Marburger Geographische Schriften 1976).
  • Mannion, J., Irish Settlement in Eastern Canada: A Study of Cultural Transfer and Adaptation (Toronto: University of Toronto Press 1974).
  • Mitchell, G. F., The Irish Landscape (London: Collins 1976).
  • —, The Shell Guide to Reading the Irish Landscape (incorporating The Irish Landscape) (Dublin: Country House 1986).
  • Mould, D. D. C. Pochin, Ireland from the Air (Newton Abbot: David and Charles 1972).
  • Nolan, W., Fassadinin: Land Settlement and Society in South-east Ireland 1600-1850 (Dublin: Geography Publications 1979).
  • Nolan, W., Tracing the Past: Sources for Local Studies in the Republic of Ireland (Dublin: Geography Publications 1982).
  • Nolan, W., ed., Tipperary: History and Society (Dublin: Geography Publications 1985).
  • —, ed., The Shaping of Ireland: The Geographical Perspective (Dublin and Cork: Mercier Press 1986).
  • Nolan, W., and K. Whelan, eds., Kilkenny: History and Society Dublin: Geography Publications 1990).
  • O’Connor, P. J., Exploring Limerick’s Past: An Historical Geography of Urban Development in County and City (Newcastle West, Co. Limerick: Oireacht na Mumhan Books 1987).
  • O’Flanagan, P., P. Ferguson and K. Whelan, eds., Rural Ireland 1600-1900. Modernisation and Change (Cork: Cork University Press 1987).
  • Orme, A. R., The World’s Landscapes — Ireland (London: Longman 1970).
  • Praeger, R. L., The Way that I Went (Dublin: Allen Figgis; London: Methuen 1937; rep. 1969 1980).
  • Robinson, P. S., The Plantation of Ulster: British Settlement in an Irish Landscape (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan; New York: St Martin’s Press 1984).
  • Smyth, A. P., Celtic Leinster. Towards a Historical Geography of Early Irish Civilisation A.D. 500-1600 (Dublin: Irish Academic Press 1982).
  • Smyth, W. J., and K. Whelany, eds., Common Ground. Essays on the Historical Geography of Ireland (Cork: Cork University Press 1988).
  • Stephens, N., and R.E. Glasscock, eds., Irish Geographical Studies in Honour of E. Estyn Evans (Belfast: Department of Geography, Queen’s University, Belfast 1970).
  • Thomas, C. ed., Rural Landscapes and Communities (Dublin: Irish Academic Press 1987).
  • Whelan, Kevin, ed., Wexford: History and Society (Dublin: Geography Publications 1987).

HISTORY

The annual lists of Writings on Irish History in Irish Historical Studies (1936-1978; 1986-) should be consulted. For the intervening years, see Writings on Irish History 1979 to 1983 (microfiche), published by the Irish Committee of Historical Sciences, and J. R. Hill ed., Writings on Irish History 1984, Incorporating Addenda from 1973-83 [Irish Committee of Historical Sciences] (Dublin 1986) and C. Cullen ed., Writings on Irish History 1985. [Irish Committee of Historical Sciences] (Dublin 1987).

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  • Bagwell, R., Ireland Under the Stuarts, 3 vols (London: Longmans Green 1909-16).
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  • —, Nationalism in Ireland (London: Croom Helm 1982).
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  • —, An Atlas of Irish History, 2nd edition (London: Methuen 1981).
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  • —, Irish Emigration 1801-1920 (Dundalk: Dundealgan Press 1984).
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  • Kelly, Francis, A Guide to Early Irish Law (Dublin: Institute for Advanced Studies 1988).
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LITERATURE AND LANGUAGE

The Irish University Review publishes regular bibliographical listings [for IASAIL Bibliographical Committee].

  • Alspach, R. K., Irish Poetry from the Invasion to 1798 (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press 1943; 2nd edition 1960).
  • An Coiste Comhairleach Pleanála, The Irish Language in a Changing Society (Dublin: Bord na Gaeilge 1988).
  • Bartley, J. O., Teague, Shenkin and Sawney: Being an Historical Study of the Earliest Irish, Welsh and Scottish Characters in English Plays (Cork: Cork University Press 1954).
  • Bell, S. Hanna, The Theatre in Ulster (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan 1972).
  • Bliss, A., Spoken English in Ireland 1600-1740 (Dublin: Cadenus Press 1979; The Dolmen Press 1979).
  • Boyd, Ernest A., Ireland’s Literary Renaissance (Dublin & London: Maunsel 1916; revised edition New York: Knopf 1922; rep. New York: Barnes and Noble 1968).
  • Brown, Malcolm, The Politics of Irish Literature: From Thomas Davis to W.B. Yeats (Seattle: Universtiy of Washington Press; London: Allen and Unwin 1972).
  • Brown, Terence, Ireland: A Social and Cultural History 1922-1985 (London: Fontana 1985).
  • —, Ireland’s Literature: Selected Essays (Mullingar, Co. Westmeath: The Lilliput Press; Totowa, New Jersey: Barnes and Noble 1988).
  • Cahalan, James, Great Hatred, Little Room: The Irish Historical Novel (Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University Press 1983).
  • —, The Irish Novel: A Critical History (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan 1988).
  • Cairns, D., and S. Richards, Writing Ireland: Colonialism, Nationalism and Cutlure (Manchester University Press; New York: St Martin’s Press 1988).
  • Carney, J. ed., Early Irish Poetry (Cork: Mercier Press 1965).
  • —, ed., Early Irish Literature (New York: Barnes and Noble 1966).
  • Carpenter, A. ed., Place, Personality and the Irish Writer (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe 1977).
  • Clarke, William Smith, The Early Irish Stage: The Beginnings to 1720 (Oxford: Clarendon Press 1955).
  • —, The Irish Stage in Country Towns 1720-1860 (Oxford: Clarendon Press 1965).
  • Corkery, Daniel, The Hidden Ireland: A Study of Gaelic Munster in the Eighteenth Century (Dublin: Gill 1925; rep. Gill & Macmillan 1979).
  • —, Synge and Anglo-Irish Literature (Cork: Cork University Press 1931).
  • Cronin, Anthony, Heritage Now: Irish Literature in the English Language (Dingle, Co. Kerry: Brandon Press; New York: St Martin’s Press 1982).
  • Cronin, John, The Anglo-Irish Novel, Vol. I. The Nienteenth Century (Belfast: Appletree Press 1980).
  • Dawe, G. and E. Longley, eds., Across a Roaring Hill; The Protestant Imagination in Modern Ireland (Belfast: Blackstaff Press 1985).
  • Deane, Seamus, Celtic Revivals: Essays in Modern Irish Literature 1880-1980 (London: Faber & Faber 1985; Winston-Salem, North Carolina: Wake Forest University Press 1986).
  • —, A Short History of Irish Literature (London: Hutchinson; Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press 1986).
  • —, ed., Nationalism, Colonialism and Literature (Minneapolis: Field Day Company and University of Minnesota Press 1990).
  • de Blacam, Aodh, Gaelic Literature Surveyed, revised edition (Dublin: The Talbot Press 1974).
  • de Fréine, Seán, The Great Silence, 2nd edition (Dublin and Cork: Mercier Press 1978).
  • Dillon, Myles, The Cycles of Kings (London: Oxford University Press 1946).
  • —, Early Irish Literature (Chicago: University of Chicago Press 1948).
  • —, Early Irish Society (Dublin: Sign of the Three Candles 1954).
  • —, ed., Irish Sagas (Cork: Mercier Press 1968).
  • —, with Nora Chadwick, The Celtic Realms (London: Weidenfeld and Nicolson 1967).
  • Dolan, T. P. ed., ‘The English of the Irish’, in Irish University Review, Vol. 20, No. 1 (Spring 1990).
  • Donoghue, Denis, We Irish: Essays on Irish Literature and Society (Brighton: Harvester Press 1986, New York: Knopf 1987).
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  • Dunn, Douglas, ed., Two Decades of Irish Writing (Cheadle Hulme, Cheshire: Carcanet Press 1975).
  • Dunne, T. J., ed., The Writer as Witness: Literature as Histoical Evidence (Cork: Irish Historical Studies 1987).
  • Edwards, Philip, Threshold of a Nation: A Study in English and Irish Drama (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1979).
  • Ellis-Fermor, Una, The Irish Dramatic Movement (London: Methuen 1939; revised edition 1954).
  • Fallis, R., The Irish Renaissance (Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University Press 1977).
  • Field Day Theatre Company, Ireland’s Field Day (London: Hutchinson 1985; Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press 1986).
  • Flanagan, Thomas, The Irish Novelists 1800-1850 (New York: Columbia University Press 1959).
  • Flower, Robin, The Irish Tradition (Oxford: Clarendon Press 1947).
  • Foster, John Wilson, , Forces and Themes in Ulster Fiction (Dublin Gill & Macmillan; Totowa, New Jersey: Towman and Littlefield 1974).
  • —, Fictions of the Irish Revival (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan 1988).
  • Ganz, J. (transl.), Early Irish myths and Sagas (Harmondsworth: Penguin Books 1981).
  • Garratt, Robert, Modern Irish Poetry: Tradition and Continuity from Yeats to Heaney (Berkeley: University of California Press 1986).
  • Greene, D., The Irish Language (Dublin: Three Candles 1966).
  • Hall, W. E., Shadowy Heroes: Irish Literature of the 1890s (Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University Press 1980).
  • Harmon, Maurice, ed., Image and Illusion: Anglo-Irish Literature and its Contexts (Dublin: Wolfhound Press 1979).
  • —, ed., The Irish Writer and the City (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe; Totowa, New Jersey: Barnes and Noble 1984).
  • Heaney, Seamus, Preoccupations: Selected Prose 1968-1978 (London: Faber&Faber 1980).
  • —, The Government of the Tongue (London: Faber & Faber 1988).
  • Hederman, Mark Patrick [DOM]. and Richard Kearney, eds., The Crane Bag Book of Irish Studies 1977-1981 (Dublin: Blackwater Press 1982).
  • —, The Crane Bag Book of Irish Studies 1982-1985 (Dublin: Blackwater Press 1986).
  • Howarth, Herbert, The Irish Writers 1880-1940 (London: Rockliff 1958).
  • Hull, Eleanor, A Text Book of Irish Literature, 2 vols (Dublin: M.H. Gill and Son: London: David Nutt 1906).
  • Hunt, Hugh, The Abbey, Ireland’s National Theatre 1904-1979 (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan 1979).
  • Hutchinson, John, The Dynamics of Cultural Nationalism: The Gaelic Revival and the Creation of the Irish Nation State (London: Allen and Unwin 1987).
  • Hyde, Douglas, A Literary History of Ireland (London: T. Fisher Unwin, 1899; revised editions London: Ernest Benn 1967 1980).
  • Jackson, Kenneth H., Studies in Celtic Nature Poetry (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1935).
  • —, The Oldest Irish Tradition: A Window on the Iron Age Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1964).
  • —, A Celtic Miscellany: Translations from the Celtic Literatures (London: Routledge & Kegan Paul 1951; Harmondsworth: Penguin Books 1971).
  • Jeffares, A. Norman, Anglo-Irish Literature (London: Macmillan 1982).
  • Johnston, Dillon, Irish Poetry After Joyce (Notre Dame University Press; Dublin: The Dolmen Press 1985).
  • Joyce, Patrick Weston, English As We Speak It In Ireland (London: Longmans 1910; rep. Dublin: Wolfhound Press 1979 1988).
  • Kiely, Benedict, Modern Irish Fiction: a Critique (Dublin: Golden Eagle Books 1950).
  • Knott, E., Irish Classical Poetry (Dublin: Sign of the Three Candles 1957).
  • Leerssen, Joseph. T., Mere Irish and Fior-Ghael (Amsterdam and Philadelphia: John Benjamins 1986).
  • Loftus, Richard, Nationalism in Modern Anglo-Irish Poetry (Madison and Milwaukee: University of Wisconsin Press 1964).
  • Longley, Edna, Poetry in the Wars (Newcastle-Upon-Tyne: Bloodaxe Books 1986).
  • Lubbers, Klaus, Geschichte der irischen Erzahlprosa, Bd.1: Von den Anfangen bis zum ansgehenden 19. Jahrhundert (Munich: Fink 1985).
  • MacCana, Prionsias, Celtic Mythology (London: Hamlyn 1970).
  • MacGiolla, C., Díolaim Próis 1450-1850 (Baile Atha Cliath: Foilseacháin Náisiúnta Teo 1971).
  • Mac Réamoinn, Seán, ed., The Pleasures of Gaelic Poetry (London: Allen Lane 1982).
  • Malone, A. E., The Irish Drama 1896-1928 (London: Constable 1929).
  • Martin, Augustine, ed., The Genius of Irish Prose (Dublin and Cork: Mercier Press 1984).
  • Maxwell, D. E. S., Modern Irish Drama 1891-1980 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1985).
  • McCone, K., Pagan Past and Christian Present in Early Irish Literature (Maynooth: An Sagart 1990).
  • McCormack, W. J., Ascendancy and Tradition in Anglo-Irish Literature 1789-1939 (Oxford: Oxford University Press 1985).
  • McHugh, R. and M. Harmon, Short History of Anglo-Irish Literature: From its Origin to the Present Day (Dublin: Wolfhound Press; New York: Barnes and Noble 1982).
  • Mercier, V., The Irish Comic Tradition (Oxford: Clarendon Press 1962).
  • McGee, T. D’Arcy, The Irish Writers of the Seventeenth Century (Dublin: Duffy, 1846; rep. New York: Lemma 1974).
  • Montague, J., The Figure in the Cave and Other Essays (Dublin: The Lilliput Press 1989).
  • Murphy, G., Saga and Myth in Ancient Ireland (Dublin: Sign of the Three Candles 1955; rep. 1971).
  • Murphy, G., Early Irish Lyrics: Eighth to Twelfth Century (Oxford: Clarendon Press 1956).
  • Nic Eoin, M., An Litríocht Réigiúnach (Baile Atha Cliath: An Clóchomhar 1982).
  • O’Brien, F., Filíocht Ghaeilge na linne seo: staidéar criticúil (Baile Atha Cliath: An Clóchomhar 1968).
  • O Buachalla, B., I mBéal Feirste Cois Cuan (Baile Atha Cliath: An Clóchomhar 1968).
  • O Conchuir, B., Scríobháithe Chorcaí 1700-1850 (Baile Atha Cliath: An Clóchomhar 1982).
  • O Conghaile, M., Conamara agus Arainn 1880-1980: Gnéithe den stair Shóisialta (Gaillimh: Cló Iar-Chonnachta 1988).
  • O’Connor, F., The Backward Look. A Survey of Irish Literature (London: Macmillan 1967); retitled A Short History of Irish Literature (New York:Putman 1967).
  • O Cúiv, B. ed., Léann na Gaeilge in Eirinn; Seven Centuries of Irish Learning 1000-1700 (Dublin: Oifig an tSoláthair 1961).
  • O Cúiv, B. ed., A View of the Irish Language (Dublin: Stationelry Office 1969).
  • O Doibhlin, B., Aistí critice agus cultúir (Má Nuad: An Sagart 1975).
  • O Fiannachta, P., Léas Eile ar ár Litríocht (Má Nuad: An Sagart 1982).
  • O Hainle, Cathal, Eigse Lár na hEireann (Má Nuad: An Sagart 1975).
  • —, Promhadh Pinn (Má Nuad: An Sagart 1978).
  • O’Muirithe, Diarmuid, ed., The English Language in Ireland (Dublin and Cork: Mercier Press 1977).
  • Orel, H. ed., Irish History and Culture: Aspects of a People’s Heritage (Lawrence: University Press of Kansas 1976; rep. Dublin: Wolfhound Press 1979).
  • O’Rourke Murphy, M. and J. MacKillop, eds., Irish Literature. A Reader (Syracuse, New York: Syracuse University Press 1987).
  • O’ Tuama, S., An Grá in Amhráin na nDaoine: Leiriú tearmúil (Baile Atha Cliath: An Clóchomhar 1978).
  • Paulin, T., Ireland and the English Crisis (Newcastle-Upon-Tyne: Bloodaxe Books 1984).
  • Porter, R. and J. D. Brophy, eds., Modern Irish Literature: Essays in Honour of William York Tindall (New York: Iona College Press 1972).
  • Power, P., The Story of Anglo-Irish Poetry (Cork: Mercier Press 1967).
  • Power, P., A Literary History of Ireland (Cork: Mercier Press 1969).
  • Rafroidi, P., Irish Literature in English: The Romantic Period, 2 vols (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe 1980).
  • Ronsley, J. ed., Myth and Reality in Irish Literature (Waterloo, Ontario: Wilfrid Laurier University Press 1977).
  • Seymour, St J.D., Anglo-Irish Literature 1200-1582 (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1919).
  • Sloan, Barry, The Pioneers of Anglo-Irish Fiction 1800-1850 (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe; Totowa, New Jersey: Barnes and Noble 1984).
  • Stanford, W. B., Ireland and the Classical Tradition (Dublin: Allen Figgis 1976).
  • Stockwell, La Tourette, Dublin Theatres and Theatre Customs 1637-1820 (Kingsport, Tennessee: Kingsport Press; New York: Benjamin Blom 1968).
  • Taniguchi, J., A Grammatical Analysis of Artistic Representation of Irish English with a brief discussion of sounds and spelling (Tokyo: Shinozaki Shorin 1971).
  • Todd, Loreto, The Language of Irish Literature (Basingstoke: Macmillan 1989).
  • Tovey, H., D. Hannon and H. Abramson, Cad Chuige An Ghaeilge? Teanga asug Feiniúlacht in Eirinn ar Linne/ Why Irish? Irish Identity and the Irish Language (Dublin: Bord na Gaeilge 1989).
  • Truninger, A., Paddy and the Paycock: A Study of the Stage Irishman from Shakespeare to O’Casey (Berne: Francke 1976).
  • Vance, Norman, Irish Literature: A Social History (Oxford: Blackwell 1990).
  • Walsh, Paul, Irishmen of Learning (Dublin: Sign of the Three Candles 1947).
  • Watson, George J., Irish Identity and the Literary Revival (London: Croom Helm 1979).
  • Welch, Robert, Irish Poetry from Moore to Yeats (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe 1980).
  • —, A History of Verse Translation from the Irish (Gerrards Cross: Colin Smythe 1989).
  • Williams, J.E. Caerwyn, agus M. Ní Mhuíriosa, Traidisiún Litereachta Na nGael (Baile Atha Cliath: An Clóchomhar 1979).
  • Worth, Katherine, The Irish Drama of Europe from Yeats to Beckett (London: Atholone Press; Atlantic Highlands, New Jersey: Humanities Press 1978).
  • Zach, Wolfgang. and Heinz Kosok, eds., Literary Interrelations: Ireland, England and the World, 3 vols (Tubingen: Gunter Narr 1987).

SOCIAL ANTHROPOLOGY

  • Aalen, F.H.A., Gola, The Life and Last Days of an Island Community (Cork: Mercier Press 1969).
  • Arensberg, C.M., The Irish Countryman, An Anthropological Study (London: Macmillan 1937; rep. 1959).
  • Arensberg, C.M. and S. T. Kimball, Family and Community in Ireland (Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press 1968).
  • Breen, R., D.F. Hannon, d.B. Rottman, C.T. Whelan, Understanding Contemporary Ireland: State, Class and Development in the Republic of Ireland (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan 1990).
  • Brody, H., Inishkilane. Change and Decline in the West of Ireland (London: Allen Lane 1973).
  • Cresswell, R., Une Communauté Ruale de l’Irelande (Paris: Musée de l’homme, Institut d’ethnologie 1969).
  • Fox, R, The Tory Islanders. A People of the Celtic Fringe (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 1978).
  • Glassie, H., Passing the Time: Culture and History of an Ulster Community (Dublin: O’Brien Press; Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press 1982).
  • Harris, R., Prejudice and Tolerance in Ulster: A Study of Neighbours and Strangers in a Border Community (Manchester: Manchester University Press; Totowa, New Jersey: Rowman and Littlefield 1972).
  • Messenger, J.C., Inis Beag: Isle of Ireland (New York: Holt, Rinchart and Winston 1969).
  • Mogey, J., Rural Life in Northern Ireland (London: Oxford University Press 1947).
  • Peillon, M., Contemporary Irish Society: An Introduction (Dublin: Gill & Macmillan 1982).

ESSENTIAL JOURNALS

This short list gives the titles, place of origin and initial date of publication of each journal.
  • Analecta Hibernica (Dublin 1930)
  • Archaeology Ireland (Dublin 1987)
  • Archivium Hibernicum (Co. Kildare Maynooth 1912)
  • Béaloideas (Dublin 1927)
  • Collectanea Hibernica (Dublin 1958)
  • Eighteenth-Century Ireland/Iris an Dá Cultúr (Dublin 1986)
  • Eigse (Dublin 1940)
  • Eigse Cheoil Tire [Irish Folk Music Studies] (Dublin 1972)
  • Eriu (Dublin 1904)
  • Hermathena (Dublin 1873)
  • Irish Economic and Social History (Belfast 1974)
  • Irish Geography (Dublin 1944)
  • Irish Historical Studies (Dublin 1938)
  • Irish Literary Supplement (New York 1982)
  • Irish Review (Cork 1986)
  • Irish University Review (Dublin 1970)
  • Linen Hall Review (Belfast 1984)
  • Peritia (Cork 1982)
  • Scríobh (Dublin 1978)
  • Studia Hibernica (Dublin 1961).
  • Theatre Ireland (Coleraine 1987-1993)
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