List of podcasts from the 2018 Tudor and Stuart Ireland Conference
Dr David Edwards (University College Cork) – The other history of the Tudor conquest: Martial law in sixteenth-century Ireland
Dr Deana Rankin (Royal Holloway, University of London) – Borderlines: Gender, genre and geography in seventeenth-century Ireland
Special Panel Session
Léamh: Learn Early Modern Irish – a digital guide to reading and paleography, c. 1200-1650 with Dr Brendan Kane (University of Connecticut) and Deirdre Nic Chárthaigh (Trinity College, Dublin).
Dr Simon Egan (University College, Cork) – An Unwelcome Inheritance: The House of York, the Wider Gaelic World, and the Tudor Succession
Dr Darren McGettigan – An Anonymous Sermon made in opposition to King Henry VIII’s Reformation recorded in Donegal in 1539 – Can the Franciscan Friar who gave it be identified?
Dr Hannah Coates (University of Leeds) – Beyond “Faction”: Sir Francis Walsingham’s Irish Patronage, c. 1574-90
Bethany Marsh (University of Nottingham) – ‘Irish’ refugees and the nature of migration: an examination of refugee migration after the 1641 Irish rebellion
Dr Naomi McAreavey (University College, Dublin) – Portadown, 1641: Memory and the 1641 Depositions
Dr Patrick Little (History of Parliament, London) – Ormond and the Invaders: new light on the surrender of Dublin to the English Parliament in 1647
Emma Allen (National University of Ireland, Galway) – “Without your majestes greate mercyfulnes and favor”: Rhetorical Patterns in Statements of Request within Anglophone Women’s Petitions in Tudor Ireland
Dr James O’Neill – The women of Tyrone’s Rebellion, 1593-1603: a new narrative
Dr Brian Mac Cuarta (Archivum Romanum Societatis Iesu, Rome) – Tithes and denominational change in the 1590s: a Wexford woman’s dispensation.
Archie Cornish (Wadham College, University of Oxford) – In neighbourhood of kingdom’: personifying Ireland and her rivers in sixteenth century England.
Professor Lee Morrissey (Clemson University) – Lycidas: A Stuart reading of Ireland (through Spenser’s Tudor reading of Ireland).
Dr Ramona Wray (Queen’s University, Belfast) and Professor John McCafferty (University College, Dublin) – The Lost Years: Elizabeth Cary in Ireland, 1622-1625
Dr David Heffernan (Queen’s University, Belfast) – The Goldsmiths Company of London and the Plantation of Londonderry under James I
Lorna Moloney (National University of Ireland, Galway) – Donough O’Brien, ‘The Great Earl’: Transforming Thomond, ‘the fate of peoples is made like this’.
Dr Helen Sonner – David Beers Quinn, Public Historian: Insights from the Quinn Papers in the Library of Congress
Dr Neil Johnston (The National Archives of the United Kingdom) – Capt. Crispin, the Navy Board and the construction of Charles Fort at Kinsale, 1677-81.
Professor Raymond Pierre Hylton (Virginia Union University) – Not “By Halves”: The Calling and Politics of the French Church Ministries in Dublin, 1662-1693.
Harrison Perkins (Queen’s University, Belfast) – An Irish Mark on an English Gathering: James Ussher and the Westminster Assembly.
Alma O’Donnell (University College, Cork) – A seventeenth-century public exorcism by the Discalced Carmelite, Fr Paul Stephen Browne.
Richard Maher – A Duel between Jacobites.
Feliks Levin (Higher School of Economics in Saint-Petersburg) – Geoffrey Keating’s Foras Feasa ar Éirinn and the discourse of commonwealth.
Dr Coleman A. Dennehy (University College, Dublin) and Dr Frances Nolan (Maynooth University) – The location, space, and impact of parliament in early modern Ireland.
Dr Ian Campbell (Queen’s University, Belfast) – Liberalism and Irish Political Thought in the Seventeenth Century.
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