NEW ISSUE AVAILABLE: ARCHIVIUM HIBERNICUM 2018
Holy Office documents concerning Terence MacSwiney's Hunger Strike (1920)
New perspectives on the ‘devotional revolution’: evidence from the archives of the Irish College, Paris
Disputed kinship among the Jacobite O’Briens in eighteenth-century France
Irish migration to early modern Biscay
Clonmel Corporation Records 1657–8
A referral service for Irish educators: an edition of the Library Teachers Society Principals and Assistants book (1791-1825) M. Wade Mahon’s article in this year’s issue looks at the organisation of teachers in late eighteenth and early nineteenth century Ireland, especially in the Dublin area, where so many of them were concentrated.
The Irish community in Rome, 1377–1870: a historiographical overview
Archivium Hibernicum is a refereed history journal and the organ of the Catholic Historical Society of Ireland, founded in 1911. It is published annually in the department of ecclesiastical history, St Patrick’s College, Maynooth and the department of history, Maynooth University.