|The Kings of Dublin and Leinster before and after the Battle of Clontarf
Dr Edel Bhreathnach
Medieval Dublin XVI, Proceedings of Clontarf 1014–2014: national conference marking the millennium of the Battle of Clontarf (Seán Duffy, editor)
Four Courts Press
|Dr Keith SmithThe Inventory of the Franciscan Friary of Kinalehan (1698)|
|Dr Annejulie LafayeLe Franciscans en Irlande: Architecure et Espaces Internes|
Co-Edited Volumes: Edel Bhreathnach, Dr Malgorzata Krasnodebska-D’Aughton & Keith Smith (eds), Monastic Europe: Communities, Landscape and Settlement, (forthcoming in 2018)
Annejulie Lafaye, ‘Kilmallock borough and Dominican priory: Medieval planning, patronage and urban life in medieval Ireland’, Discovery Programme 25th Anniversary publication (forthcoming in 2018)
Keith Smith, 'Record, Rebuild and Resist: The Liber Lovaniensis and the Irish Franciscan Province', Discovery Programme 25th Anniversary publication (forthcoming in 2018)
Keith Smith, ‘Religious Relic or Family Heirloom: The Survival & Destruction of Late Medieval & Early Modern Irish Ecclesiastical Altar Plate’ in Proceedings from The Material Culture of Religious Change and Continuity 1400-1600, (Forthcoming in 2018)
Annejulie Lafaye, ‘Spiritual renewal and changing landscapes: The mendicant orders in Ireland, 13th-16th century’, Proceedings of the conference ‘Church and settlement in Ireland: landscape and legacy’, 27 February-1 March 2015, Dublin.
Annejulie Lafaye, ‘The Dominicans in Ireland: Role and impact of a mendicant order in a non-urban environment’, Proceedings of the conference ‘The Dominicans in the Medieval Society of Northern Europe’, 6-7 November 2016, Odense, Denmark.
Malgorzata D’Aughton and Annejulie Lafaye, ‘Spaces of movement and meditation: Franciscan choirs in Ireland’, Proceedings of the conference ‘Which Sources for the History of Choir Location in Mendicant Churches (13th-16th Centuries)?’, 3 November 2016, Rome, Italy.
Malgorzata D’Aughton and Annejulie Lafaye, ‘The Material Culture of Mendicant Orders in Ireland’, Proceedings of the conference 'Everyday poverty in the mendicant friaries of Central Europe (ca 1220 – ca 1550)', 21-23 May 2015, Wroclaw, Poland.
Recent Conference Presentation
Keith Smith, 'Lost but not Forgotten: Altar Plate in the Inventories of Kilconnell Franciscan Friary', 7th Tudor Stuart Conference, NUI Galway, 19 August, 2017
Keith Smith, ‘Religious Relic or Family Heirloom: The Survival & Destruction of Late Medieval & Early Modern Irish Ecclesiastical Altar Plate’, The Material Culture of Religious Change and Continuity 1400-1600, University of Hudderfield, 11 April 2017
Keith Smith, ‘The Material Possession and Ownership of Catholic Ecclesiastical Altar Plate in Late Medieval and Early Modern Ireland’, Economic and Social History Society of Ireland Annual Conference, Maynooth, 25 November 2016
Keith Smith, ‘The Perils Of Patronage: The Franciscans In Ireland In the 16th & 17th Centuries’, Space and Settlement in the Middle Ages VII, Trinity College Dublin, 20 May 2016