The Oxford Companion to Irish History

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CONTRIBUTORS
DHA D. H. Akenson , Professor of History, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario
JHA J. H. Andrews, formerly Associate Professor of Geography, Trinity College,
Dublin
JA Joost Augusteijn, Lecturer in History, Queen's University, Belfast
TB Terry Barry, Senior Lecturer in Medieval History, Trinity College, Dublin
JB Jonathan Bell, Head Curator, Ulster Folk and Transport Museum
EB Edel Bhreathnach, Tara Research Fellow, the Discovery Programme, Dublin
AB Andrew Bielenberg, Lecturer in History, University College, Cork
CB Cormac Bourke, Curator of Medieval Antiquities, Ulster Museum, Belfast
JBr John Bradley, Lecturer in Late Medieval Irish History, National University of
Ireland, Maynooth
PAB Paul Brand, All Souls College, Oxford
JPC John Price Carey, Lecturer in Early and Medieval Irish, University College,
Cork
TMC-E Thomas M. Charles-Edwards, Professor of Celtic and Fellow of Jesus College,
University of Oxford
BNC Bronagh Chonaill, research student, Dept. of Medieval History, Trinity
College, Dublin
CC Caitriona Clear, Lecturer in History, University College, Galway
JC John Coakley, Lecturer in Politics, University College, Dublin
PC Peter Collins, Belfast
RVC Richard Vincent Comerford, Professor of Modern History, National
University of Ireland, Maynooth
PhC Philomena Connolly, Archivist, National Archives, Dublin
SC S. J. Connolly, Professor of Irish History, Queen's University, Belfast
EMC E. Margaret Crawford, Senior Research Fellow, Dept. of Economic and Social
History, Queen's University, Belfast
VC Virginia Crossman, Lecturer in History, University of Staffordshire
BC Bernadette Cunningham, librarian, Dublin diocesan library, and occasional
lecturer, National University of Ireland, Maynooth
MED Mary Daly, Associate Professor of History, University College, Dublin
DD David Dickson, Senior Lecturer in Modern History, Trinity College, Dublin
TPD Terence Dolan, Professor in Old and Middle English, University College,
Dublin
SD Seán Duffy, Lecturer in Medieval History, Trinity College, Dublin
MD Mairead Dunlevy, Keeper, Art and Industrial Division, The National Museum
of Ireland, Collins Barracks
SGE Steven Ellis, Associate Professor of History, University College, Galway
CAE Revd Canon C. A. Empey, St Anne's Vicarage, Dublin
CE Colmán Etchingham, Lecturer in Medieval Irish History and Old Irish,
National University of Ireland, Maynooth
PF Paul Ferguson, Map Librarian, Trinity College Library, Dublin

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