Irish Economic and Social History
Edited by: Graham Brownlow and Catherine Cox
ISSN: 0332-4893 (Print)
ISSN: 2050-4918 (Online)
Frequency: Annual, December
Irish Economic and Social History, the journal of The Economic and Social History Society of Ireland, has been published annually since 1974 and "has given a marked impetus to professional publication in the field." It comprises articles and shorter notes on all aspects of Irish economic and social history from the Middle Ages to the present day; document and sources articles; abstracts of recent postgraduate theses; select bibliographies of writings on Irish economic and social history appearing in the previous year; and book reviews.
Irish Economic and Social History is now ranked by the Association of Business Schools Academic Journal Guide.
The objects of The Economic and Social History Society of Ireland are to encourage the study of Irish economic and social history at all levels, and to bring together those engaged in both teaching and research. The Journal, which is published in annual volumes, contains articles and review articles relating to research and to developments in the teaching of the subject; abstracts of recently completed theses; a select bibliography of relevant books and articles published in the year preceding the issue of the volume; book reviews; a report by the secretary on the activities of the society; and advertisements.
Dr Graham Brownlow, Queen's University Belfast (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Dr Catherine Cox, University College Dublin (email@example.com)
Dr Matthew Stout, St Patrick's College (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Professor Ronald Buchanan, Queen's University, Belfast
Professor Joseph Lee, University College, Cork
Professor Nicholas Canny, NUI, Galway
Professor J. F. Lydon, Trinity College, Dublin
Professor Peter Roebuck, University of Ulster
Professor L. M. Cullen, Trinity College, Dublin
Professor Brendan Walsh, University College, Dublin
Professor David Dickson, Trinity College, Dublin
Dr Philip Ollerenshaw
Notes for contributors
Irish Economic and Social History is a refereed journal. Contributors should first consult the notes for contributors. Submissions which depart substantially from the journal's style may be returned to the author before it can be considered.
Submission of manuscripts
Dr Graham Brownlow
Queen's University Management School
Queen's University Belfast
185 Stranmillis Road
Belfast BT9 5EE
Dr Catherine Cox
School Of History & Archives
University College Dublin
Send review articles, book reviews and books for review to:
Dr Matthew Stout
Department of History
St Patrick’s College
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