Welcome to the Mary Immaculate College Research Repository and Digital Archive
Here you can access the digital archive collections, and published and unpublished works of faculty and researchers at Mary Immaculate College.
Browse research at MIRR under the following headings or use the search box for a more focused search.
MIRR Research (all)
Listed is all the research output by MIRR authors including peer and non-peer reviewed articles, books, conference proceedings, chapters etc.
MIRR Peer Reviewed Publications
Access all peer reviewed publications by MIRR authors.
MIRR Theses and Dissertations
Find all research Masters and Doctoral theses and dissertations awarded to MIRR researchers.
MIRR Digital Archive Collections
Access the Digital Archives of Mary Immaculate College.
Communities in MIRR
Select a community to browse its collections.
Transatlantic exchange, urban development and heterogeneous engineering in the west of Ireland: Belmullet's unbuilt railways, c. 1820-1920 (Pre Published) (Liverpool University Press, 2021-09)This chapter focuses on technological and geo-spatial dreams of modernity through a study of the unexecuted proposals for developing the town of Belmullet in Co. Mayo as a transatlantic packet station. It adds to the growing ...
(Esson Print, 2014)This volume contains translations of the foundation documents for Pocklington School, Yorkshire, to mark its 500th anniversary in 2014. It also features a brief introduction to the history of education in Ireland and a ...
From the hoof to the hook: an investigation of beef processor influence on Irish farm policy and politics, 1950-1986 (2021-06-11)This thesis traces the development of the Irish beef processing industry through its first thirty-six years from 1950 to 1986. It asks how and why meat processing firms became so influential in Irish farming, documenting ...
All Saints, Drimoleague, and Catholic visual culture under Bishop Cornelius Lucey in Cork, 1952-9 (Pre published) (Cork Historical & Archaeological Society, 2015)All Saints, Drimoleague, designed by Cork architect Frank Murphy and built in 1954-6, was the first church built in a modernist architectural style in the Cork and Ross diocese since Christ the King, Turner’s Cross, in the ...
(Cork Historical & Archaeological Society, 2016)Since the publication of my article on Catholic visual culture in Cork in the 1950s in last year’s journal, some new material has come to my attention that allows for both some clarifications as well as some new insights. ...