In a very exciting development we are digitising essays from our back catalogue for FREE, in collaboration with the Library of Trinity College Dublin, the Digital Repository of Ireland, and the original publishers Irish Academic Press (IAP) and Four Courts Press, as well as our editors and contributors. 100+ original essays in 15 vols #SSNCI-OA
Essays from fifteen volumes can be accessed through the links below.
Laurence M. Geary and Oonagh Walsh (eds), Philanthropy in Nineteenth-Century Ireland (Dublin: Fourt Courts Press, 2015).
Ciaran O’Neill (ed.), Irish Elites in the Nineteenth-Century (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2013).
Juliana Adelman and Éadaoin Agnew (eds), Science and Technology in Nineteenth-Century Ireland (Dublin: Four Courts Press, 2011).
Frank Ferguson and James McConnel (eds), Ireland and Scotland in the Nineteenth Century (Four Courts Press, 2009).
Úna Ní Bhroiméil and Glenn Hooper (eds), Land and Landscape in Nineteenth-Century Ireland (Four Courts Press, 2008).
Colin Graham and Leon Litvack (eds), Ireland and Europe in the Nineteenth Century (Four Courts Press, 2006).
James H. Murphy (ed.), Evangelicals and Catholics in Nineteenth-century Ireland (Four Courts Press, 2005).
Peter Gray (ed.), Victoria’s Ireland? Irishness and Britishness, 1837-1901 (Fourt Courts Press, 2004).
Betsey Taylor FitzSimon and James H. Murphy (eds), The Irish Revival Reappraised (Four Courts Press, 2004).
Oonagh Walsh (ed.), Ireland Abroad: Politics and Professions in the Nineteenth Century (Four Courts Press, 2003).
Laurence M. Geary (ed.), Rebellion and Remembrance in Modern Ireland (Four Courts Press, 2001).
Leon Litvack and Glenn Hooper (eds), Ireland in the Nineteenth Century: Regional Identity (Four Courts Press, 2000).
Tadhg Foley and Seán Ryder (eds), Ideology and Ireland in the Nineteenth Century (Four Courts Press, 1998).
Margaret Kelleher and James H. Murphy (eds), Gender Perspectives in Nineteenth-Century Ireland: Public and Private Spheres (Irish Academic Press, 1997).
Chris Morash and Richard Hayes (eds), Fearful Realities: New Perspectives on the Famine (Irish Academic Press, 1996).
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