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A New History of IrelandVolume II, Medieval Ireland 1169–1534$
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Art Cosgrove

Print publication date: 2008

Print ISBN-13: 9780199539703

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: March 2012

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199539703.001.0001

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Approaches to the history of fourteenth-century Ireland

Approaches to the history of fourteenth-century Ireland

(p.303) Chapter XI Approaches to the history of fourteenth-century Ireland
A New History of Ireland

J. A. Watt

Oxford University Press

This chapter discusses the following: the dichotomy of Orpen and MacNeill; Curtis's attempted reconciliation; the history of colonial, political, and administrative institutions; underdeveloped areas of study: Gaelic society; the church; archaeology; the two nations: their changing balance as a main theme of this period; acculturation; ‘degeneracy’: a colonial problem; political fragmentation; and regional history and national history: an international perspective.

Keywords:   Orpen, MacNeill, Curtis, Gaelic society, church, archaeology, acculturation, degeneracy, political fragmentation, national history

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