The series offers new insights into Irish history, society and culture from 1750. Recognising the many methodologies that make up historical research, titles present innovative work that is conceptual and interpretative, and seeks to expand and challenge the common understandings of the Irish past. The objective of the series is to showcase fresh and exciting scholarship on political, social and cultural change. It also reflects the diversity of Irish historical writing, since it includes titles that are empirically sophisticated together with conceptually-driven synoptic studies from early career and established scholars. A particular strength of the series is opening up new areas of historical enquiry including the history of masculinity, social class, gender, popular culture and the body. What makes this series especially appealing is that each author receives extensive advice and support from the series editors, as well as external reviews from distinguished scholars in the appropriate fields. A number of the books have won prizes and a noted hallmark of the series is the high quality of the scholarship.
Proposals are warmly invited for the series; please contact the commissioning editor with a Proposal Submission Form.
Commissioning Editor: Christabel Scaife firstname.lastname@example.org
Enda Delaney, University of Edinburgh
Maria Luddy, University of Warwick
Ciaran O'Neill, Trinity College Dublin