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Tudor and Stuart Ireland Conference Podcast

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Dublin, Ireland

Description:

Audio recordings of thirty papers from the 2012 Tudor and Stuart Ireland Conference, including the plenary address from Professor Marian Lyons.

Language:

English


Episodes

Prof John Patrick Montano. Humiliation, destruction and death: Violence and cultural difference in Tudor and Stuart Ireland

9/24/2012
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Prof John Patrick Montano (University of Delaware). Humiliation, destruction and death - Violence and cultural difference in Tudor and Stuart Ireland

Duration: 00:42:48


Jess Velona. Sir Audley Mervyns speech demanding reforms in the Court of Claims - A reinterpretation through the lens of legal history.

9/24/2012
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Jess Velona (Adj. Prof. Columbia Law School). Sir Audley Mervyns speech demanding reforms in the Court of Claims - A reinterpretation through the lens of legal history.

Dr Marie Louise Coolahan. Biographical sources for the study of early modern Irish women

9/24/2012
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Dr Marie Louise Coolahan (NUIG). Biographical sources for the study of early modern Irish women

Duration: 00:17:25


Mairtin Dalton. Leix and Offaly - The proving ground of plantation

9/24/2012
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Mairtin Dalton. Leix and Offaly - The proving ground of plantation

Dr John Bergin. Adam Colclough - Lawyer, landowner, officeholder, investor,

9/24/2012
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Dr John Bergin (QUB). Adam Colclough - Lawyer, landowner, officeholder, investor, Catholic agent and Jacobite plotter.

Frances Nolan. '[T]he worst I wish the law is that his eye may be opened by

9/24/2012
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Frances Nolan (UCD). '[T]he worst I wish the law is that his eye may be opened by experience - by experience'. A consideration of female claimants at Chichester House, 1700 to 1703

Dr Veronica Hendrick. Testimony of an Irish slave girl: Indentured servants

9/24/2012
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Dr Veronica Hendrick (CUNY). Testimony of an Irish slave girl: Indentured servants and the influence of Cromwell

Neil Johnston. From the 'Humble Desires' to the Act of Settlement - Restora

9/24/2012
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Neil Johnston (UCD). From the 'Humble Desires' to the Act of Settlement - Restoration politics, 1660-1662

Dr Sparky Booker. Sumptuary law in Tudor Ireland in its European context.

9/24/2012
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Dr Sparky Booker (TCD). Sumptuary law in Tudor Ireland in its European context.

Dr Mark Hutchinson. Governing in a state of grace. Reformed theology and st

9/24/2012
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Dr Mark Hutchinson (UCC). Governing in a state of grace. Reformed theology and statist thought in Elizabethan Ireland

Dr Marie Leoutre. The Huguenots and the Williamite Government.

9/24/2012
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Dr Marie Leoutre (UCD). The Huguenots and the Williamite Government.

Andrew Robinson. Sir John Clotworthy and the destruction of Peter Paul Rube

9/24/2012
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Andrew Robinson (University of Ulster). Sir John Clotworthy and the destruction of Peter Paul Rubens Crucifixion

Duration: 00:18:21


Dr Julie Eckerle. Re-contextualizing Englishwomens life writing

9/24/2012
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Dr Julie Eckerle (University of Minnesota, Morris). Re-contextualizing Englishwomens life writing

Bronagh McShane. Representations of violence against women in 1641 rebellio

9/24/2012
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Bronagh McShane (NUI Maynooth). Representations of violence against women in 1641 rebellion literature

Dr Eoin Kinsella. The 'dastard gentry' of Ireland: Aspects of Irish Jacobit

9/24/2012
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Dr Eoin Kinsella (UCD). The 'dastard gentry' of Ireland: Aspects of Irish Jacobitism during the 1690s

Simon Egan. The politics of the wider Gaelic world and the collapse of the

9/24/2012
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Simon Egan (UCC). The politics of the wider Gaelic world and the collapse of the MacDonald Lordship of the Isles, c.1460 to 1500.

Duration: 00:13:27


Dr Matthew Potter. James Is forty chartered towns of 1613

9/24/2012
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Dr Matthew Potter (MIC, UL). James Is forty chartered towns of 1613

Paul Rondelez. Native iron mining and smelting in Ireland, c.1560 to c.1640

9/24/2012
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Paul Rondelez (UCC). Native iron mining and smelting in Ireland, c.1560 to c.1640

Francis Kelly. Brian O Rourke and the Spanish Armada

9/24/2012
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Francis Kelly (UCC). Brian O Rourke and the Spanish Armada

Dr John Cunningham (TCD/Freiburg). Divided conquerors - martial law and the

9/24/2012
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Dr John Cunningham (TCD/Freiburg). Divided conquerors - martial law and the politics of conquest in Ireland, 1649 to 1653.
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