Books Available for Review

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

  • Kristján Ahronson, Into the Ocean: Vikings, Irish and Environmental Change in Iceland and the North (University of Toronto Press, 2015)
  • Elizabeth-Anne Boran, ed., The Correspondence of James Ussher 1600–56 (Irish Manuscripts Commission, 2015)
  • Tina Marie Boyer, The Giant Hero in Medieval Literature (Brill, 2016)
  • Ciaran Brady, Shane O’Neill (University College Dublin Press, 2015)
  • Martin Browne & Colman Ó Clabaigh, eds., Soldiers of Christ: the Knights Hospitaller and the Knights Templar in Medieval Ireland (Four Courts Press, 2015)
  • Nigel Byrant, trans., The History of William the Marshal (Boydell Press, 2016)
  • J. Carey, K. Murray, & C. Ó Dochartaigh, eds., Sacred Histories: Festschrift for Máire Herbert (Four Courts Press, 2015)
  • Martin Carver, Porthamock: Monastery of the Picts 2nd edition (University of Edinburgh Press, 2016)
  • Jonathan Cherry & Brendan Scott, Cavan History and Society (Geography Publications, 2014)
  • Howard B. Clarke & Sarah Gearty, eds., Maps and Texts (Royal Irish Academy 2015)
  • Sean Davies, War and Society in Medieval Wales 633–1283 (University of Chicago Press, 2015)
  • Steven Ellis, Defending English Ground: War and Peace in Meath and Northumberland 1460-1542 (Oxford University Press, 2015)
  • Adrian Empey, Gowran, Co. Kilkenny 1190–1610: Custom and Conflict in a Baronial Town (Four Courts Press, 2015)
  • Elizabeth Fitzpatrick & James Kelly, eds., Food and Drink in Ireland (Royal Irish Academy, 2016)
  • Martin Foys, Karen Overbey, & Dan Terkla, eds., The Bayeux Tapestry: New Interpretations (Boydell & Brewer, 2016)
  • Judith Jesch, The Viking Diaspora (Routledge, 2015)
  • Brendan Kane & Valerie McGowan-Doyle, eds., Elizabeth I and Ireland, (Cambridge University Press, 2014)
  • Thomar R. Kerr, Maureen Doyle, Matthew Seaver, Finbar McCormick, & Aidan O’Sullivan, eds., Early Medieval Crafts and Production in Ireland AD 400–1100: The Evidence from Rural Settlements (British Archaeological Reports, 2015)
  • Jean Manco, Blood of the Celts: The New Ancestral Story (Thames and Hudson, 2015)
  • Mags Mannion, Glass Beads from Early Medieval Ireland: Classification, Dating, Social Performance (Archaeopress, 2015)
  • Deborah Moore, Medieval Anglo-Irish Troubles—A Cultural Study of B.L. Ms Harley 913 (Brepols, 2016)
  • M. Mostart & A. Adamska, Writing and the Administration of Medieval Towns (Brepols, 2013)
  • Niamh NicGhabhann, Medieval Ecclesiastical Buildings in Ireland 1789–1915 (Four Courts Press, 2015)
  • Danielle O’Donovan, Frances Narkiewicz & Niamh NicGhabann, eds., Mapping New Territories in Art and Architectural Histories: Essays in Honour of Roger Stalley (Brepols 2016)
  • Ruairi Ó hUiginn, ed., Codices Hibernenses Eximii I: Lebor na hUidre (Royal Irish Academy, 2015)
  • Tadhg O’Keeffe, Medieval Irish Buildings 1100–1600 (Four Courts Press, 2015)
  • M. O’Sullivan, C. Scarre, & M. Doyle, Tara from the Past to the Future (Wordwell, 2013)
  • Helen Oxenham, Perceptions of Femininity in Early Irish Society—Studies in Celtic History (Boydell and Brewer, 2016)
  • Joanne Parker, ed., The Harp and the Constitution: Myths of Celtic and Gothic Origin (Brill, 2015)
  • Katja Ritari, Pilgrimage to Heaven: Eschatology and Monastic Spirituality in Early Medieval Ireland (Brepols, 2016)
  • Katja Ritari & Alexandra Bergholm, eds., Understanding Celtic Religion: Revisiting the Pagan Past (University of Wales Press, 2015)
  • Salvador Ryan, Treasures of Irish Christianity III: To the Ends of the Earth (Veritas Publications, 2015)
  • Mark Samuel, Blarney Castle: Its History, Development and Purpose (Cambridge University Press, 2016)
  • Brendan Smith, Crisis and Survival in Late Medieval Ireland (Oxford University Press, 2013)
  • Larissa Tracy & Kelly DeVries, eds., Wounds and Wound Repair in Medieval Culture (Brill 2016)
  • Jurgen Uhlich, Torsten Meibner, & Bernhard Maier, eds., Zeitschrift für Celtische Philologie (De Gruyter, 2015)
  • Niamh Wycherley, The Cult of Relics in Early Medieval Ireland (Brepols, 2016)