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Transforming tradition in the British Atlantic: Patrick Browne (c.1720-90), an Irish botanist and physician in the West Indies
13 May 2019Early modern Ireland and the world of medicine: practitioners, collectors and contexts211-231
Coffee houses, political debate and book publishing: review of Keith Manley, 'Irish reading societies and circulating libraries founded before 1825: useful knowledge and agreeable entertainment' (Dublin: Four Courts, 2018)
2019Irish Literary Supplement: A Review of Irish Books 38:2 Spring 201919 (19 pages)
Munster and India: the local and global in early modern Ireland
2019Early modern Ireland: new sources, methods and perspectives
Elite Women in Ascendancy Ireland, 1690–1745: Imitation and Innovation. Rachel Wilson. Irish Historical Monograph Series 14. Rochester, NY: Boydell Press, 2015. xiv + 208 pp. $99.
Language, print and literature in Irish, 1550- 1630
26 Apr 2018The Cambridge History of Ireland2:411-433
A tale of two seventeenth-century libraries: the books and world views of a Limerick patrician family and a Cork landowner
2018Booking Collecting in Ireland and Britain, 1650-185045-60
Creating an Irish Identity: Print, Culture, and the Irish Franciscans of Louvain
1 Jan 2018Forming Catholic Communities: Irish, Scots and English College Networks in Europe, 1568-1918
Review of Andrew Sneddon, 'Witchcraft and Magic in Ireland'
1 Sep 2017Renaissance QuarterlyLXX(No.3)
Kerry, 1600-1730: the emergence of a British Atlantic county
1 Aug 2017
Witchcraft and Magic in Ireland. Andrew Sneddon. Palgrave Historical Studies in Witchcraft and Magic. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2015. x + 222 pp. $90.