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

Conference 02, Historical Studies I

Conference:

2nd Irish Conference of Historians, University College Dublin, 1955

Proceedings:

T. Desmond Williams (ed.), Historical Studies I: papers read before the Second Irish Conference of Historians, held in Dublin on 11th-13th July 1955 (London: Bowes and Bowes, 1958)

Table of Contents:

  • Michael Oakeshott, Professor of Political Science, London School of Economics, ‘The Activity of Being an Historian’, pp. 1-19
  • D.B. Quinn, Professor of History, University College, Swansea, ‘Ireland and Sixteenth Century European Expansion’, pp. 20-32
  • T. Desmond Williams, Professor of Modern History, University College, Dublin, ‘The Historiography of World War II’, pp. 33-49
  • B.H.G. Wormald, Fellow of Peterhouse, Lecturer in History, University of Cambridge, ‘The Historiography of the English Reformation’, pp. 50-58
  • H.F. Kearney, Lecturer in History, University College, Dublin, ‘Mercantilism and Ireland, 1620-40’, pp. 59-68
  • Michael Roberts, Professor of History, Queen’s University, Belfast, ‘Gustavus Adolphus and the Art of War’, pp. 69-85
  • E. St. John Brooks, M.A., Litt.D, ‘The Sources for Medieval Anglo-Irish History’, pp. 86-92
  • Aubrey Gwynn, S.J., Professor of Medieval History, University College, Dublin, ‘Bibliographical Note on Medieval Anglo-Irish History’, pp. 93-