Frontiers, States and Identity in Early Modern Ireland and Beyond

Essays in Honour of Steven G. Ellis

Edited by: Christopher Maginn, Gerald Power

Explorations of the history of Tudor Ireland form the core of the volume, but essays on late medieval Ireland, the Tudor far north and on the Netherlands and Iceland in later times stretch the chronological and geographic boundaries of early modern Ireland. The scholarship of the influential historian, Steven G. Ellis, provides inspiration and coherence to this collection of original essays assembled in his honour. Content includes: Brendan Smith (U Bristol), English government in late medieval Ireland; Gerald Power (Metropolitan U, Prague), English-born men in Ireland, c.1450-1530; Kieran Hoare (NUIGalway), The economy of the English Pale, 1400-1534; Henry Jefferies (Thornhill College, Derry), Tudor Reformations compared: the Irish Pale and Lancashire; Brendan Scott (ind), Thomas Jones and the failure of religious reform in late Elizabethan Meath; Richard Hoyle (U London), Defending the borders of England against Scotland in the 16th century; Andrew Sargent (NUIGalway), The Dacre rebellion of 1570; Christopher Maginn (Fordham U), Ireland and England under the Tudors; Joseph Mannion (ind), Sir Francis Shane, 1540-1614; Raingard Esser (U Groningen), History, historiography and politics in Upper Guelders in the 17th century; Gu?mundur H?lfdanarson (U Iceland), John Barrow Jnr in Iceland and Ireland; Gear?id ? Tuathaigh (NUIGalway), Steven G. Ellis: an exemplary colleague; Christopher Maginn, Bibliography of the published writings of Steven G. Ellis to 2015. [Subject: Tudor & Late Medieval Ireland, Medieval History, Irish Studies, Ireland & The Netherlands, Ireland & Iceland]

Publication Date: 10/28/2016
Format: Cloth
ISBN: 9781846826054