Conference 11, Historical Studies X

Conference: 

11th Irish Conference of Historians, University College Galway, 1973

Proceedings:

G.A.Hayes-McCoy (ed.), Historical Studies X: papers read before the Eleventh Irish Conference of Historians, held in Galway in May 1973 (Dublin: Irish Committee of Historical Sciences, 1976)

Table of Contents:

Maurice Keen, Balliol College, Oxford, ‘Chivalrous culture in fourteenth-century England’, pp. 1-24

Gearoid MacNiocaill, University College, Galway, ‘Aspects of Irish law in the late thirteenth century’, pp. 25-42

Anthony Malcomson, Public Record Office of Northern Ireland, Belfast, ‘The politics of ‘natural right’: the Abercorn family and Strabane borough, 1692-1800’, pp. 43-90

G.A. Hayes-McCoy, University College, Galway, ‘Sir Walter Scott and Ireland’, pp. 91-108

Patrick O’Farrell, University of New South Wales in Sydney, ‘Emigrant attitudes and behaviour as a source for Irish history’, pp. 109-131

Oswald Hauser, University of Aachen, Federal Republic of Germany, ‘The year 1937: the decisive turning-point in British-German relations’, pp. 132-146

Thomas P. O’Neill, University College, Galway, ‘In search of a political path: Irish Republicanism, 1922 to 1927’, pp. 147-171

Donnchadh O Corrain, University College, Cork, ‘A hand-list of publications on early Irish History’, pp. 172-xx

Conference 10, Historical Studies IX

Conference:

10th Irish Conference of Historians, University College Cork, 29-31 May 1971

Proceedings:

J.G.Barry (ed.), Historical Studies IX: papers read before the Irish Conference of Historians, held in Cork on 29-31 May 1971 (Belfast: Blackstaff Press, 1974)

Table of Contents:

Introduction, pp. vii

W.L. Warren, ‘The Historian as ‘Private Eye’’, pp. 1-18

N. Mansergh, ‘The Government of Ireland Act, 1920: its Origins and Purposes. The Working of the ‘Official’ Mind’, pp. 19-48

R.B. McDowell, ‘Ireland in the Eighteenth Century British Empire’, pp. 49-64

Dermot Fenlon, ‘Encore une Question. Lucien Febvre, the Reformation and the School of ‘Annales’’, pp. 65-82

K.F. Roche, ‘Some Stoic Inspiration in the Thought of J.-J. Rousseau, pp. 83-98

Denys Hay, ‘The Church in Italy in the Fifteenth Century’, pp. 99-118

K.B. Nowlan, ‘The Catholic Clergy and Irish Politics in the Eighteen Thirties and Forties’, pp. 119-136

F.J. Byrne, ‘’Senchas’: the Nature of Gaelic Historical Tradition’, pp. 137-160

List of Articles in Historical Studies, volumes I-IX inclusive, pp. 161-xx

Conference 06, Historical Studies V

Conference:

6th Irish Conference of Historians, Magee, 1963

Proceedings:

J.L. McCracken (ed.), Historical Studies V: papers read before the Sixth Irish Conference of Historians’, held in Londonderry in May 1963 (London: Bowes and Bowes, 1965)

Table of Contents:

  • Herbert Butterfield, Master of Peterhouse, Cambridge, ‘Sir Edward Grey in July 1914’, pp. 1-25
  • Marjorie O. Anderson, ‘Columba and other Irish Saints in Scotland’, pp. 26-36
  • Francis J. Byrne, Professor of Early Irish(including Mediaeval) History, University College, Dublin, ‘The Ireland of St Columba’, pp. 37-58
  • D.M. Nicol, Lecturer in Classics, University College, Dublin, ‘The Millenary of Mount Athos- 963-1963’, pp. 59-74
  • Jocelyn Otway-Ruthven, Lecky Professor of Modern History, Trinity College, Dublin, ‘The Character of Norman Settlement in Ireland’, pp. 75-84
  • Aidan Clarke, Lecturer in History, Magee University College, Londonderry, ‘The Policies of the ‘Old English’ in Parliament, 1640-41, pp. 85-102
  • J.A. Murphy, Lecturer in History, University College, Cork, ‘The Support of the Catholic Clergy in Ireland, 1750-1850’, pp. 103-121
  • Maureen Wall, Lecturer in History, University College, Dublin, ‘The United Irish Movement’, pp. 122-140
  • Maurice Cowling, Fellow of Peterhouse, Cambridge, ‘The Use of Political Philosophy in Mill, Green, and Bentham’, pp. 141-XX

Conference 05, Historical Studies IV

Conference:

5th Irish Conference of Historians, University College Galway, 1961

Proceedings:

G.A. Hayes-McCoy (ed.), Historical Studies IV: papers read before the Fifth Irish Conference of Historians’, held in Galway on 25-27 May 1961 (London: Bowes and Bowes, 1963)

Table of Contents:

  • Kevin B. Nowlan, Lecturer in History, University College, Dublin, ‘The Meaning of Repeal in Irish History’, pp. 1-17
  • H.R. Trevor-Roper, Regius Professor of Modern History at the University of Oxford, ‘Religion, the Reformation, and Social Change’, pp. 18-44
  • G.A. Hayes-McCoy, Professor of History, University College, Galway, ‘Gaelic Society in Ireland in the late Sixteenth Century’, pp. 45-61
  • Geoffrey Barraclough, Stevenson Professor at the Royal Institute of International Affairs, ‘German Unification. An Essay in Revision’, pp. 62-81
  • J.G. Simms, Lecturer in History, Trinity College, Dublin, ‘The Irish Parliament of 1713’, pp. 82-92
  • C.M.D. Crowder, Lecturer in History, The Queen’s University, Belfast, ‘Henry V, Sigismund, and the Council of Constance, a Re-examination, pp. 93-110
  • J.F. Lydon, Lecturer in History, Trinity College, Dublin, ‘The Bruce Invasion of Ireland’, pp. 111-xx

Conference 04, Historical Studies III

Conference:

4th Irish Conference of Historians, University College Cork, 1959

Proceedings:

James Hogan (ed.), Historical Studies III: papers read before the Fourth Irish Conference of Historians’, held in Cork in May 1959 (London: Bowes and Bowes, Cork: Cork University Press, 1961)

Table of Contents:

  • Alfred Cobban, Professor of French History, University College, London, ‘History and Sociology’, pp. 1-8
  • Kennedy F.Roche, Lecturer in History, University College, Cork, ‘The Relations of the Catholic Church and the State in England and Ireland, 1800-52’, pp. 9-24
  • John B. Morrall, Lecturer in History, University College, Dublin, ‘Pius II and his Commentaries’, pp.25-31
  • Brian Inglis, Editor of The Spectator, ‘The Influence of The Times’, pp.31-44
  • W.H. Walsh, Professor of Logic and Metaphysics, Edinburgh University, ‘The limits of Scientific History’, pp. 45-57
  • K.H. Connell, Senior Lecturer in Economic History, Queen’s University, Belfast, ‘Illicit Distillation: an Irish Peasant Industry’, pp. 58-91
  • Urban Flanagan, O.P., Lecturer in History, University College, Cork, ‘Papal Provisions in Ireland, 1305-78’, pp. 92-XX

Conference 03, Historical Studies II

Conference:

3rd Irish Conference of Historians, Queen’s University Belfast, 1957

Proceedings:

  • Michael Roberts (ed.), Historical Studies II: papers read before the Third Irish Conference of Historians, held in Belfast in May 1957 (London: Bowes and Bowes, 1959)

Table of Contents:

  • Denys Hay, Professor of Mediaeval History, University of Edinburgh, ‘Geographical Abstractions and the Historian’, pp. 1-16
  • John Watt, Assistant Lecturer in History, University College, Dublin, ‘The Development of the Theory of Temporal Authority of the Papacy by the Thirteenth Century Canonists’, pp. 17-28
  • J.C. Beckett, Professor of Irish History, Queen’s University, Belfast, ‘The Confederation of Kilkenny Reviewed’, pp. 29-41
  • Asa Briggs, Professor of Modern History, University of Leeds, ‘Chartism Reconsidered’, pp. 42-59
  • F.S.L. Lyons, Fellow of Trinity College, Dublin, ‘The Economic Ideas of Parnell’, pp.60-78
  • J.L. McCracken, Professor of History, Magee University College, Londonderry, ‘The Members of the Cape Parliament, 1854-1910’, pp. 79-XX