6 edition of Common Ground: Essays on the Historical Geography of Ireland found in the catalog.
by Cork University Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||322|
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Photograph by Ibeth Ibarra, Dreamstime. A former editor of Irish Geography and co-editor of Common Ground: Essays on the Historical Geography of Ireland (), he has published widely on Ireland’s social and cultural geography.
His prize-winning book Mapmaking, Landscape and Memory: A Geography of Colonial and Early Modern Ireland c. was published in Common ground: Essays on the historical geography of Ireland: William J.
Smyth and Kevin Whelan (Eds), (Cork: Cork University Press, Pp. xvi + IR£2400). Another book project is entitled Saving the Land We Love: Common Ground, Common Good, based on the Wiles Lectures which Cronon delivered at Queens University in Belfast, Northern Ireland, in May It explores the evolving relationship between environmental history and environmentalism, and what the two might learn from each other.
At the end of each barony entry, the principle Irish family names and their number for each barony are given. See William J. Smyth, Society and Settlement in Seventeenth Century Ireland: the evidence of the Census’, in William J Smyth and Kevin Whelan (eds), Common Ground: essays on the historical geography of Ireland (Cork, ).
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