Wednesday 19 September 2018

Maynooth Studies in Local History: 2018 volumes

Six new volumes in the well-respected Maynooth Studies in Local History series have been published by Four Courts Press. They are:
  • The Great Famine in Kinsale, by Catherine Flanagan. Details.
  • Fleeing from famine in Connemara: James Hack Tuke and his assisted emigration scheme in the 1880s, by Gerard Moran. Details.
  • The Parnell split in Westmeath: The bishop and the newspaper editor, by Michael Nolan. Details.
  • Tristernagh Priory, Co. Westmeath: Colonial monasticism in medieval Ireland, by Tadhg O’Keeffe. Details.
  • Thomas Bermingham: Nineteenth-century Irish land agent and ‘Improver’, by Cathal Smith. Details.
  • The Walker Testimonial and symbolic conflict in Derry, by Heather Stanfiel. Details.
Each volume runs to 64 pages, is illustrated and is currently on offer from the publishers at €8.95.
Newly published titles from Four Courts Press