St Kieran’s College, Kilkenny
Edel Bhreathnach The world of medieval Irish learning: the evidence of glossaries and manuscripts
Harriet Thomsett Scélaigecht in medieval Ireland: an assessment of the literary evidence
Thomas McErlean Monastic estates and the twelfth-century reform
Diarmuid Ó Riain An Irish Jerusalem in Bavaria: the monastery of the Holy Cross and Holy Sepulchre
Michael Gibbons The problem of the Scots: the nature and extent of “Irish” settlement in Britain
John Bradley The Hospital of St Mary Magdalen, Kilkenny, at the close of the middle ages
Daniel Tietsch-Tyler Historical reconstruction: a useful tool for the archaeologist, architect and historian?
Judyta Szacillo Vita Sancti Aedi and its historical context
Colmán Etchingham Two short notes on Vikings
Kelly Fitzgerald Echtra Chonaill Gulbain, a man forgotten by his land: an analysis of literary influence on the oral tradition
Deirdre McAlister Early medieval childhoods: methodology, theory and evidence
Charles Smith Papal taxation in medieval Ireland
Freya Verstraten Portraits of lordship: images of 13th- and 14th-century Gaelic Irish rulers
Catherine Swift St Brigit’s nuns: French, African, Turkish or Irish?
Colin Veach ‘An ingenious act of little recourse’: Henry II’s grant of Meath to Hugh de Lacy
Peter Crooks The ‘Ricardian Vision’ revisited: Richard II and Ireland, 1394-1399
David Woods Gildas, Aetius and Patrick
Patrick McCafferty Comets in Irish mythology: finding facts in fantasy fiction?
Melanie Madox Early Irish law and the Irish ciuitas
Grigori Bondarenko Fintan mac Bóchna: Irish synthetic history revisited
Rosemary Power Faith, theft and fraud: a view of Norse-Hebridean contacts in the early 13th century
Alex Woolf Found in translation: Caw Prydyn and Caustantyn king of Alba
Ian Beuermann Man in focus: Henry II and Ireland
Paul McCotter Cantred and tríocha cét: one and the same?
Nicholas Evans The calculation of Columba’s arrival in Britain in Bede’s Ecclesiastical History and the Pictish king-list
Colmán Etchingham The history of Viking Limerick
Brian Lacey Fahan and Carndonagh: two cross-slabs, three Áeds and four clerics
Aideen O’Leary Druidic genealogy: Mog Ruith and his descendants in medieval Munster
Marcus Bale The etymology of the name of the festival of Beltaine
Bridgette Slavin Druídecht, cumachta and éle: references to magic in Early Irish texts