Spanish-Irish Relations Through the Ages
This collection of essays, the proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Spanish-Irish Relations, held in Salamanca in 2004, is representative of a whole new historiographical approach to and revision of the study of Irish history from Continental European sources (in this case Spanish sources). The contributors provide new and exciting insights based on original source material, into the cultural, economic, diplomatic and political dimensions of the centuries-old relationships between Spain and Ireland. The chronological scope of this collection incorporates the medieval, early modern and modern/contemporary periods. Among the contributors are established scholars such as J.R. Seymour Phillips, Ciaran Brady, Michael Kennedy, Fearghal McGarry, Patricia O'Connell, Susannah Riordan, ├?┬?├?┬?scar├?┬?├?┬?Recio Morales, Enrique Garc├?┬?├?┬-a Hern├?┬?├?┬ín and also emerging scholars of note such as Mark Empey, Igor P├?┬?├?┬(c)rez Tostado and Diego Tellez Alarc├?┬?├?┬-a.
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