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History Studies: University of Limerick History Society Journal Vol (2)
University of Limerick History Society
Building on the success of History Studies. volume one, we are happy to introduce this second volume of history containing the work of students from around Ireland. The collection presents the work of both undergraduate and postrgraduatc students on a range of topics and themes. The collection is enriched by the inclusion of a paper read to the 'Vikings' Symposium hosted by University of Limerick History Society in April 2000. While the essays vary in both style and content, all portray the author's perspective on a particular historical theme. This may sometimes lead the reader to question the arguments and reasoning of the author. This is to be encouraged. Indeed, in selecting these essays, we hope that readers will be infused with a sense of critical analysis which may prompt some to wrIte papers for subsequent volumes, in response to the views stated herein. The long-term success of History Studies rests less with the editors than with those who dare to submit their views of history to the scrutiny of publication. We wish to acknowlege the valuable support and advice given to us by members of the history faculty at the University of Limerick and our generous benefactors. Finally, we thank the authors. We hope that the reader will enjoy this collection and that pleasure and knowledge can be gleaned from it. David A. Fleming Edward Horgan
Keyword(s): history; University of Limeirck
Publication Date:
2000
Type: Other
Peer-Reviewed: Yes
Language(s): English
Institution: University of Limerick
Citation(s): History Studies: University of Limerick History Society Journal;2
Publisher(s): University of Limerick History Society
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