Now showing items 1-7 of 7
Building a Catholic church in 1950s Ireland: architecture, rhetoric and landscape in Dromore, Co. Cork, 1952-56 (Pre published)
(Cambridge University Press, 2020-02-10)
This article explores the intellectual culture of Catholic architectural production in 1950s Ireland through the study of a church-building project in rural West Cork. It analyses the phenomenon of the Irish ‘church-building ...
St. Finbarr’s Catholic Church, Bantry: a history (Pre published)
(Bantry Historical Society, 2017-12-11)
St. Finbarr’s Catholic Church in Bantry has a long and rich history, and is widely regarded as one of the most important buildings in the town and surrounding area. It has recently undergone an extensive refurbishment, ...
Bantry Library, Co. Cork, 1962-74 (Pre published)
(History Ireland, 2012-08-22)
Set amidst the small market town of Bantry, near the site of a former mill and surrounded by one of the spate rivers which drain from the Knocknaveagh range to the south, is one of Ireland’s most unusual examples of Modernist ...
Frank Keohane, The Buildings of Ireland: Cork, City and County (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2020) (review)
(Cambridge University Press, 2020-05-18)
Review of: Frank Keohane, The Buildings of Ireland: Cork, City and County (New Haven and London: Yale University Press, 2020)
Cork’s courthouses, the landed elite and the Rockite rebellion: architectural responses to agrarian violence, 1820-27 (Pre published)
(Liverpool University Press, 2016-06-29)
Excerpt from pre-published version of Crime, Violence and the Irish in the Nineteenth Century published by Liverpool University Press: The study of architectural history has been fertile ground for revisionist approaches ...
All Saints, Drimoleague: clarifications and new discoveries (Pre published)
(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. ...
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 ...