History Ireland (1994-present) is a magazine about the history of Ireland published every two months. It features articles by a range of writers and book reviews. The focus is on history rather than archaeology.The magazine's editor is Tommy Graham.
... Donnelly is a Professor of History at the University of Wisconsin–Madison ... of the most prolific and wide-ranging historians of Ireland, he has also been a leading figure in the promotion of Irish studies in North America ... Conference for Irish Studies, and a current co-editor of the journal Éire-Ireland ...
... 'Changing views on Gaelic Ireland', in Topic 24 Themes in Irish Culture (Washington, Pennsylvania ... 'The ideology of English colonization from Ireland to America', in The William Mary Quarterly, XXX(1973), pp ... The formation of the OldEnglish elite in Ireland, the National University of Ireland O'Donnell lecture for 1974 published in pamphlet form, Dublin 1975, pp ...
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