Ms Máirín Cassidy, University College Dublin, compiler
Dr Bernadette Cunningham, Royal Irish Academy Library, editor
Prof Jacqueline Hill, NUI Maynooth, convenor
Ms Sophie Evans, Royal Irish Academy Library, assistant editor
Mr Ciarán McCabe, NUI Maynooth, assistant editor
Mr Wayne Aherne, head of IT, Royal Irish Academy
Conor Heffernan, student assistant (June-July 2013)
Dr Nessa Malone, assistant editor, 2012-13
Maria Shanahan, assistant editor, 2012-13
Zoe Rogers, student assistant (June-August 2014)
Rose O'Connor, student assistant (June-August 2014)
Former compilers of bibliographic data now incorporated into Irish History Online
Mr Ciaran Nicholson, Trinity College Dublin, compiler, 1989-2013. Special thanks to Ciaran for his many years of voluntary service to compiling this bibliography.
Anthony McCormack (Editor, 2003-5); Mary Murray (2003-6); Frank Cullen (Editor, 2006-9). Funded by the Irish Research Council for the Humanities and Social Sciences, 2003-6 and 2006-9.
Compilers, contributors, editors and convenors of 'Writings on Irish History' between 1936 and 2002, published by or under the auspices of Irish Historical Studies, include James Carty, R. Dudley Edwards, T. W. Moody, K. Povey, R. B. McDowell, Patrick Henchy, Thomas P. O'Neill, F. X. Martin, Ludwig Bieler, Ann McCabe, John Barry, P. Grosjean, F. Masai, Kurt Reindel, Maurice Twomey, Esther Semple, Desmond Kennedy, James Lydon, Gerard Lyne, Laurence McCaffrey, Clara Cullen, Monica Henchy, R. V. Comerford, Sarah Ward Perkins, Máirín Cassidy, Ciaran Nicholson, Jacqueline Hill and Bernadette Cunningham.
Compilers who contributed data relating to Ireland to the Royal Historical Society's Bibliography of British and Irish History between 1975 and 2002 were: Medieval period (to 1641): Gearóid Mac Niocaill (1975-1988), Virginia Davis (1989-2001); Bernadette Cunningham (2001-02);
Modern period (since 1641): A. T. Q. Stewart (1975-1988), Mary O'Dowd (1988-1994), Sarah Ward Perkins (1995-1998) and Bernadette Cunningham (1999-2002).
Prior to 1975, Writings on British History (1901-1974 in 20 volumes) listed few Irish interest items, applying the rule that 'Writings on Irish domestic or local history are not included unless they have a direct bearing on English [sic] history'.
This page last updated 1 July 2014