Books Available for Review

Eolas currently has the following books available for review. Interested individuals should contact Shannon Ambrose, the Book Reviews Editor. Please consult the Eolas style guide for more information about formatting book reviews.

  1. Daniel Brown, Hugh de Lacy, First Earl of Ulster: Rising and Falling in Angevin Ireland, Irish Historical Monographs (Boydell and Brewer, 2016).
  2. Nigel Byrant, trans., The History of William the Marshal (Boydell, 2016).
  3. Martin Carver, Porthamock: Monastery of the Picts 2nd edition, University of Edinburgh Press: Edinburgh 2016).
  4. Peter Crooks and Seán Duffy, eds., The Geraldines and Medieval Ireland: The Making of a Myth, Trinity Medieval Ireland Series (Four Courts, 2017).
  5. Tom Finan, Landscape and History on the Medieval Irish Frontier: The King’s Cantreds in the Thirteenth Century (Brepols, 2016).
  6. Roy Flechner and Sven Meeder, eds., The Irish in Early Medieval Europe: Identity, Culture and Religion (Palgrave Macmillan, 2016).
  7. Martin Foys, Karen Overbey, and Dan Terkla, eds. The Bayeux Tapestry: New Interpretations (Boydell and Brewer, 2016).
  8. Fiona Gavin, Conor Newman, and Mags Mannion, eds. Islands in a Global Context: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference on Insular Art (Four Courts, 2017).
  9. D.L. Moore, Medieval Anglo-Irish Troubles: A Cultural Study of BL MS Harley 913, Texts and Transitions 8 (Brepols, 2016).
  10. Kevin Murray, The Early Finn Cycle (Four Courts, 2017).
  11. Donnchadh Ó Corráin, The Irish Church, its Reform and the English Invasion (Four Courts, 2017).
  12. K. Olsen, Conceptualizing the Enemy in Early Northwest Europe: Metaphors of Conflict and Alterity in Anglo-Saxon, Old Norse, and Early Irish Poetry (Brepols, 2016).
  13. Helen Oxenham, Perceptions of Femininity in Early Irish Society, Studies in Celtic History (Boydell and Brewer, 2016).
  14. Katja Ritari, Pilgrimage to Heaven: Eschatology and Monastic Spirituality in Early Medieval Ireland (Brepols, 2016).