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Metalliferous Mine Waste in West Cornwall: The Implications for Coastal Management
(Samara Publishing Ltd, 1996)
Metalliferous mining has taken place in Cornwall since the Bronze Age. Copper production in southwest England peaked at 15,255 tonnes of metal in 1860, while c. 12,794 tonnes of tin metal represented its peak production ...
A "square earthen church of clay" in seventh-century Mayo
(The Archaeological Society, UCD [University College Dublin], 1993)
Celtic Monasticism- A Disciplines's Search for Romance?
(The Archaeological Society, UCD [University College Dublin], 1994)
John O'Donovan and the framing of early Medieval Ireland in the nineteenth century
(Willow Press, 1994)
The Question of Irish Identity in the Writings of W. B. Yeats and James Joyce
(New York: Edwin Mellen Press, 1998)
Introduction in Competitiveness Innovation and Regional Development in Ireland
(The regional Studies Association, 1997)
The Introduction written by the Editor's Des McCafferty and James Walsh, in Competitiveness Innovation and Regional Development in Ireland
Non-Official Higher Education in the UK
The service of a different kingdom: child sexual abuse and the response of the church
(The Columba Press, 1999)
This paper sets out to explore theologically some aspects of the recent Irish experience of child sexual abuse by priests and religious and to assess the implications for the life and ministry of the church. The insights ...
Worlds apart - the Gaelic League and America, 1906-1914
(Mary Immaculate College, 1998)