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CONFERENCE    AND     SEMINAR PAPERS

Book Chapters and Journal Articles      (11)

Philip Bull, ‘The Civil War in Wexford: raids and alarms at Monksgrange, 1922–3’, Australasian Journal of Irish Studies, 21 (2021), pp. 90–112.

 

Jeremy HiIl, ‘Folly in the garden: a small scale Tower House in the fassagh of Bantry’, Journal of the Wexford Historical Society, 2020–21, no 28, pp. 181–92.

Lesley Whiteside, ‘Private archives in the Irish country house: a private perspective’ in Terence Dooley and Christopher Ridgway (eds), Country House Collections, their lives and afterlives, Dublin, Four Courts Press, 2021, pp. 284–301.

Philip Bull, ‘From landlordism to citizenship: Edward Richards-Orpen and the new state’ in Ida Milne and Ian d’Alton (eds), Protestant and Irish: the minority's search for place in independent Ireland, Cork, Cork University Press, 2019, pp. 137–54.

 

Philip Bull, ‘Travel, recreation and hospitality: the Richards and Orpen families, 1860 to 1960’ in Terence Dooley and Christopher Ridgway (eds), Sport and Leisure in the Irish and British Country House, Dublin, Four Courts, 2019, pp. 59–72.

 

Lesley Whiteside, ‘Amateur astronomy in the nineteenth-century Irish country house: the observatory at Monksgrange, Co. Wexford’ in Terence Dooley and Christopher Ridgway (eds), Sport and Leisure in the Irish and British Country House, Four Courts Press, Dublin, 2019, pp 277–91.

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Philip Bull, ‘Five women of Monksgrange’ in Terence Dooley, Maeve O'Riordan and Christopher Ridgway (eds), Women and the country house in Ireland and Britain, Dublin, Four Courts Press, 2018.

Philip Bull, ‘Behind the front in France: the story of the heir to Monksgrange’ in Terence Dooley and Christopher Ridgway (eds), The country house and the Great War: Irish and British experiences, Dublin, Four Courts Press, 2016, pp. 40­–52.

Philip Bull, ‘An Irish Landlord and his daughter’ in Angela McCarthy (ed), Ireland in the World: Comparative, transnational and personal perspectives, London, Routledge, 2015, pp. 137–60.

Philip Bull,‘Adela Elizabeth Orpen (1855–1927)’, article Id=a958 and ‘Goddard Henry Orpen (1852–1932)’, article Id=a7127 in Dictionary of Irish Biography, edited by James McGuire and James Quinn, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2013.

 

Philip Bull, ‘Edward Richards Richards-Orpen, 1884–1967)' article Id=a9979 in Dictionary of Irish Biography, edited by James McGuire and James Quinn, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2019.

 

 

​​​Papers presented at conferences or seminars       (26)

 

Philip Bull: 'Goddard Henry Orpen: Humanist, Scholar and Polymath' at Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland. Dublin. 29 September 2022.

Anthony Hobbs: 'The Photography of  Goddard H. Orpen' delivered as the 2022 Edward Richards-Orpen Memorial Trust Annual Lecture. Heritage Week Open Day, Monksgrange, 21 August 2022.

 

Jeremy Hill: ‘Surprise in an archive: the photography of historian Goddard H. Orpen’ delivered at the annual conference of the Centre for the Study of Historic Irish Houses and Estates, Maynooth University, 9-10 May 2022

David Brown: 'A Charles 11 royal patent and Solomon Richards.' Monksgrange Archives symposium, 12 September 2021.

Douglas Wilson: 'An Irish archive and research into an American family' Monksgrange Archives symposium, 12 September 2021.

Jeremy Hill: 'Old Paris in Orpen Eyes – a selection of thirty images of 1899 Paris by Goddard Orpen.' Launch of the 2021 Monksgrange Archive publication ISBN 978-0-9934448-2-1. Monksgrange Archives symposium, 12 September 2021.

Lesley Whiteside: ‘The letter books of Edward Moore Richards & the digitisation project’ at Monksgrange Archives symposium, 12 September 2021.

Lesley Whiteside: ‘A sense of family: the collections at Monksgrange over 250 years’, the Edward Richards -Orpen Annual Memorial Lecture, Maynooth University, 26 September 2019.

Lesley Whiteside: 'Private archives in the Irish country house: a personal perspective’ at the 17th annual historic houses conference, Maynooth University, 13 May 2019.

 

Lesley Whiteside: 'Amateur astronomy in the nineteenth-century Irish country house: the observatory at Monksgrange, Co. Wexford’ at the 16th annual historic houses conference, Maynooth University, 8 June 2018.

 

Philip Bull: 'Revolution and civil war: experience of a Wexford country house’, paper delivered at the 22nd Australasian Irish Studies Conference, Adelaide, 29 November-2 December 2016.

 

Philip Bull: 'Revolution and civil war: experience of a Wexford country house’, Melbourne Irish Studies Seminar, 22 November 2016.

 

Philip Bull, ‘A Wexford House and Estate in the Era of Revolution in Ireland’, delivered at the 14th Annual Historic Houses of Ireland Conference, Maynooth University, 9-10 May 2016.

 

Philip Bull, ‘More News from the Monksgrange Archive: Goddard Orpen and Medieval Ireland’, Melbourne Irish Studies Seminar, 27 October 2015.

Philip Bull: ‘One Landlord Family’s Responses to Changes in the Irish Polity: The case of Monksgrange’, paper at the 21st Australasian Irish Studies Conference, Maynooth, 18-20 June 2015.

Philip Bull: ‘Three Women and the Fortunes of Monksgrange’, paper at the 13th Annual Conference of the Centre for the Study of Historic Irish Houses and Estates, Maynooth, 11-12 May 2015.

Philip Bull: An Irish House and its People: Confronting a new archive’, paper to History Research Seminar, La Trobe University, 9 October 2014.

Philip Bull: ‘Monksgrange and the Great War’, paper at the 12th Annual Conference of the Centre for the Study of Historic Irish Houses and Estates, Maynooth, 8–9 May 2014.

Philip Bull, ‘Resilience and creativity: Survival of an Irish landlord family over six generations’, paper to Irish History Seminar, University of Oxford, 30 April 2014.

Philip Bull: ‘An Irish House and its People: Confronting a new archive’, paper to An Foras Feasa, National University of Ireland-Maynooth, 3 April 2014.

Philip Bull: ‘Railways, Slavery and Civil War: An Irish landlord in Virginia and Kansas, 1849-66’, paper delivered at the 20th Australasian Irish Studies Conference, University of New South Wales, 4–7 December 2013.

Philip Bull: ‘An Irish landlord and his daughter: A story of war and survival in America and Ireland’, paper to U3A, Melbourne, 24 October 2013.

Philip Bull: ‘An Irish House and its people: Venturing into a new archive’, paper to the Melbourne Irish Studies Seminar, 24 September 2013.

Philip Bull: ‘A nineteenth-century Irish estate: New records for the history of Irish landlordism’, paper delivered to the conference on Landed estates and Irish history, Moore Institute, National University of Ireland Galway, 13-14 June 2013.

 

Philip Bull: A nineteenth-century estate and Irish society: Constructing a research project out of a newly discovered archive’, paper to the postgraduate seminar, Department of History, National University of Ireland-Maynooth, 25 April 2013.

Philip Bull: 'An Irish landlord and his daughter: a story of war and survival in America and Ireland’, delivered at the Nineteenth Irish Australasian Conference, University of Otago, Dunedin, 7–10 November 2012.