Irish Economic and Social History DATINI

Irish Economic and Social History

Dublin, Economic and Social History Society of Ireland
ISSN: 0332-4893
Conservata in: Prato, Fondazione Istituto Internazionale di Storia Economica “F. Datini”, Coll: Riv. 103
Consistenza: a. XXX, 2003-a. XXXI, 2004; a. XXXVI, 2009.
[ 2009-2003 ]

copertina della rivista

a. XXXVI, 2009

Richard Mc Mahon, ‘A violent society’? Homicide rates in Ireland, 1831-1850, p. 1
Cormac Ó Grada, Savings banks, famine and financiai contagion: Ireland in the 1840s and 1850s, p. 21
Malcolm T. Smith, Donald M. Mac Raild, The Irish in the mining industry in England and Wales: evidence from the 1881 census, p. 37

Rewiew article, p. 63
Archives report, p. 85
Thesis abstracts, p. 88
Bibliography, p. 102
Reviews, p. 113
Secretary’s report, p. 164

copertina della rivista

a. XXXI, 2004

S. F. Connolly, The Moving Statue and the Turtle Dove: Approaches to the History of Irish Religion, p. 1
Andrew Newby, ‘Scotia Major and Scotia Minor’: Ireland and the birth of the Scottish Land Agitation, 1878-82, p. 23
Angus Mitchell, ‘An Irish Putumayo’: Roger Casement’s humanitarian relief campaign among the Connemara islanders 1913-14, p. 41

Documents and sources, p. 61
Archives report, p. 69
Thesis abstracts, p. 74
Bibliography, p. 86
Reviews, p. 131

a. XXX, 2003

Clodagh Tait, Safely Delivered: Childbirth, Wet-Nursing, Gossip-Feasts and Churching in Ireland c. 1530-1690, p. 1
Rowena Dudley, Fire Insurance in Dublin, 1700-1860, p. 24
Lindsey Earner-Byrne, The Boat to England: an Analysis of the Official Reactions to the Emigrantion of Single Expectant Irishwomen to Britain, 1922-1972, p. 52

Documents and sources, p. 71
Thesis abstracts, p. 79
Bibliography, p. 89
Reviews, p. 128