Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy Volume 120, 2020 (Print Copy) (Special Issue: Climate and Society)
Journal DetailsPublished date
22 March 2021
Frequency: 1 Annually
Edited by: James Kelly and Tomás Ó Carragáin
Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy is a peer-reviewed journal which publishes original research papers primarily in the fields of archaeology and history, but also welcomes submissions on aspects of culture, including material culture, from the perspectives of other disciplines, as well as submissions in Celtic Studies and literature.
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1. Introduction: Constructing the history of climate and society in Ireland (pp. i-x)
James Kelly and Tomás Ó Carragáin
2. Climate change and hunter gatherers in Ireland: problems, potentials and pressing research questions (pp. 1-22)
3. Tracing environmental, climatic and social change in Neolithic Ireland (pp. 23-50)
Meriel McClatchie and Aaron Potito
4. A question of scale? A review of interpretations of Irish peatland archaeology in relation to Holocene environmental and climate change (pp. 51-81)
5. Siccitas magna ultra modum: examining the occurrence and societal impact of droughts in Prehistoric Ireland (pp. 83-104)
Gill Plunkett, David M. Brown and Graeme T. Swindles
6. On the brink of Armageddon? Climate change, the archaeological record and human activity across the Bronze Age–Iron Age transition in Ireland (pp. 105-128)
Benjamin Gearey, Katharina Becker, Rosie Everett and Seren Griffiths
7. Cultural change and the climate record in final prehistoric and early medieval Ireland (pp. 129-158)
Lisa Coyle McClung and Gill Plunkett
8. Climate, disease and society in late-medieval Ireland (pp. 159-252) FREE
Bruce M.S. Campbell and Francis Ludlow
9. Climate, weather and social change in seventeenth-century Ireland (pp. 253-271)
10. Climate, weather and society in Ireland in the long eighteenth century: the experience of the later phases of the Little Ice Age (pp. 273-324)
11. ‘Nature herself seems in the vapours now’: poetry and climate change in Ireland 1600–1820 (pp. 325-347)
12. Seeing the natural world: Comhbhá an Dúlra (pp. 349-364)
Máire Ní Annracháin
13. Reconstruction of hydrological drought in Irish catchments (1850–2015) (pp. 365-390)
Simon Noone and Conor Murphy
14. Climate and society in modern Ireland: past and future vulnerabilities (pp. 391-409)