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Atlas of the Irish rural landscape
This is a major update of this bestselling work on the Irish landscape. When it appeared in 1997, it was instantly hailed as a pioneering volume in increasing appreciation of the Irish landscape as aExpand
Landscape development and change
A review of recent Irish population trends
Abstract Although some significant changes are taking place, Ireland retains its traditional combination of demographic features which in a European context are exceptional and sometimes unique — inExpand
Man and the landscape in Ireland
Constructive Unionism and the Shaping of Rural Ireland, c. 1880–1921
Today we can already see a regenerated Ireland, living a new and prosperous life, with a peasantry helped and aided, largely by its own co-operative effort, beyond the peasantry of any other country.Expand
Review Article: Greek Vernacular Architecture
AbstractThe voluminous work Greek Traditional Architecture, edited by D. Philippides and published by Melissa Publishing House in Athens, is a collection of monographs by some fifty scholars aimingExpand
Enclosures in Eastern Ireland
Lord Meath, city improvement and social imperialism
Lord Meath (1841–1929), a major philanthropic and social reformer of his time, believed that city growth was leading to national degeneration; social and city reforms and imperialism were essentialExpand