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Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy Volume 111, 2011 (Print Copy)

by Elizabeth FitzPatrick
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Journal Details

Published date

27 December 2015

Frequency: 1 Annually

ISSN: 0035-8991

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Edited by: Elizabeth Fitzpatrick and James Kelly

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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CONTENTS

  1. Preface (pp. vii-ix)

    Elizabeth FitzPatrick and James Kelly

  2. Introduction (pp. xi-xxvii)

    Toby Barnard

  3. The house and group identity in the Irish Neolithic (pp. 1-31)

    Jessica Smyth

  4. Domestic production and the political economy in prehistory: evidence from the Burren, Co. Clare (pp. 33-58)

    Carleton Jones, Olive Carey and Clare Hennigar

  5. Early medieval settlement enclosures in Ireland: dwellings, daily life and social identity(pp. 59-90)

    Aidan O'Sullivan and Tríona Nicholl

  6. Pots on the hearth: domestic pottery in historic Ireland (pp. 91-113)

    Clare McCutcheon and Rosanne Meenan

  7. The evolution of the Irish tower-house as a domestic space (pp. 115-140)

    Rory Sherlock

  8. Moving towards the formal house: room usage in early modern Ireland (pp. 141-168)

    Jane Fenlon

  9. Keeping up appearances: redecorating the domestic interior in late eighteenth-century Dublin (pp. 169-192)

    Conor Lucey

  10. Hearth and home: the vernacular house in Ireland from c. 1800 (pp. 193-215)

    Barry O'Reilly

  11. The provision of working-and lower-middle-class housing in late nineteenth-century urban Ireland (pp. 217-251)

    Frank Cullen

  12. Suburban and urban housing in the twentieth century (pp. 253-286)

    Ruth McManus

  13. The provision of rural local-authority housing and domestic space: a comparative North-South study, 1942-60 (pp. 287-309)

    Mary McCarthy

  14. Habitus: a social anthropology of the contemporary Dublin house extension (pp. 311-336)

    Michael Pike, Emmett Scanlon, Hugh Campbell, Peter Cody, Will Dimond, Marcus Donaghy, Tiago Faria, Miriam Fitzpatrick, Mary Laheen, Orla Murphy and Peter Tansey

About the author

Elizabeth FitzPatrick

Elizabeth FitzPatrick is a personal professor in archaeology at the School of Geography and Archaeology, NUI Galway, a director of the Discovery Programme and a fellow of the Royal Society of Antiquaries. Her research and publications concern topographies of power, place-making, landscape and settlement, and concepts of territory, among medieval Gaelic peoples. She has a particular interest in knowledge that can be acquired at the interface of disciplines. Professor FitzPatrick also leads cross-disciplinary publication projects important to Irish identity and cultural life, among them the RIA thematic volumes (with J. Kelly) on Food and drink in Ireland 2016, and Domestic life in Ireland 2011. She was archaeology editor of Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy Section C, 2007-15.