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e-Book Anglo-Irish and Gaelic Women in Ireland, c.1170-1540 download

e-Book Anglo-Irish and Gaelic Women in Ireland, c.1170-1540 download

by Gillian Kenny

ISBN: 1851829849
ISBN13: 978-1851829842
Language: English
Publisher: Four Courts Press (April 6, 2007)
Pages: 218
Category: Humanities
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Anglo-Irish and Gaelic are as firmly binary in Kenny’s interpretation as the sexes.

Anglo-Irish and Gaelic are as firmly binary in Kenny’s interpretation as the sexes. Chapters describe first an Anglo-Irish legal category and then its Irish counterpart. Kenny’s comparisons show that Irish women had fewer formally defined legal rights, thus less influence, agency, and control over property, than English women, whether they were single women, laborers, heiresses, wives, ex-wives, widows, mothers, foster-mothers, concubines, or vowed nuns.

Start by marking Anglo-Irish and Gaelic Women in Ireland, . 170-1540 as Want to Read . Gillian Kenny provides a coherent picture of the lives of women in medieval Ireland through an examination of their marital circumstances

Start by marking Anglo-Irish and Gaelic Women in Ireland, . 170-1540 as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Gillian Kenny provides a coherent picture of the lives of women in medieval Ireland through an examination of their marital circumstances. By comparing and contrasting the differing lives of Anglo-Irish and Gaelic singlewomen, wives, widows and nuns of late medieval Ireland, the author tries to identify how their functions and roles in society were affected by the differin Gillian Kenny provides a coherent picture of the lives of women in medieval Ireland through an examination of their marital circumstances.

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Margaret joined a group of Irish and Anglo-Irish aristocrats on this journey that included Mac Diarmada, chief of Moylurgh (Co. Roscommon) . Kenny, Gillian (2007). Anglo-Irish and Gaelic Women in Ireland, c. 1170-1540. Dublin, Ireland; Portland, OR: Four Courts Press. Roscommon), Mac Eochacáin, chief of Cemél Fiachach, O'Driscoll Óg, chief of Collybeg (south-west Co. Cork), Gerald Fitzgerald and Eibhlin fitz Thomas Ó Fearghail. Only Margaret, Mac Diarmada and Mac Eochacáin made the trip safely  . p. 218. ISBN 978-1-85182-984-2.

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Period, 1170-1540 By Gillian Kenny As single girls, as married matrons and as venerable dowagers, the women of late medieval Louth enliven the existing records with their lawsuits, feuds, gossip, love affairs and working lives chronicled to varying degrees. Publication Date: Jan 1, 2008. Publisher: Four Courts Pr Ltd. Publication Date: Jan 1, 2007.

That both she and Fionnuala bore Gaelic, rather than Anglo-Irish, names, points to Kilcreevanty having been a. 1170-1540, Gillian Kenny, Four Courts Press, Dublin, 2007.

That both she and Fionnuala bore Gaelic, rather than Anglo-Irish, names, points to Kilcreevanty having been a Gaelic community. Preceded by Fionnuala Ní Conchobair. Abbess of Kilcreevanty 1301? - after 1308. Succeeded by ? References. Women and the Church in Medieval Ireland, . 144-1540, Diane Hall, Four Courts Press, 2002. The Nuns of Kilcreevanty - Did Women's Lib begin near Tuam?, Pat Horan, pp. 42-45, Journal of the Old Tuam Society, Vol. 1, 2004.

Gillian Kenny, Anglo-Irish and Gaelic Women in Ireland, c. 1170–1540 (Dublin, 2007): 9, 13. I am grateful to Dr Kenny for reading early drafts of this discussion of medieval magic and supplying references.

Subjects: History, Irish Studies, History, Area Studies. Collections: Ireland Collection, JSTOR Archival Journal & Primary Source Collection. Anglo-Irish and Gaelic Women in Ireland c. 1170 - 1540 by Gillian Kenny

Subjects: History, Irish Studies, History, Area Studies. 1170 - 1540 by Gillian Kenny. 1170 - 1540 by Gillian Kenny (pp. 81-83). DOI: 1. 307/27639186.

Gillian Kenny provides a coherent picture of the lives of women in medieval Ireland through an examination of their marital circumstances. By comparing and contrasting the differing lives of Anglo-Irish and Gaelic singlewomen, wives, widows and nuns of late medieval Ireland, the author tries to identify how their functions and roles in society were affected by the differing rights enjoyed and by the restrictions imposed by their different societies. The book is constructed to reflect thematically the standard marital progression of women in medieval Ireland (both Gaelic and Anglo-Irish) from singlewomen to wives to widows. The machinery of church and state dominated and controlled how women conducted their lives. Within these structures, however, women were able, to differing extents, to transmit and receive land and movables, to work for a living as tradeswomen, craftswomen or merchants, or to devote themselves to the spiritual life as singlewomen, wives or widows.
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