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Rundale: the social and economic context2015 Ulster folklife 58: 1-11
  • Séamas Ó Síocháin
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347introduction to special issue 'Rundale: settlement, society, and farming'
Geographers and the study of rundale2015 Ulster folklife 58: 13-21
  • Arnold Horner
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347in special issue 'Rundale: settlement, society, and farming'
A statistical and documetary primer on rundale in Ireland2015 Ulster folklife 58: 23-32
  • Eoin Flaherty
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347in special issue 'Rundale: settlement, society, and farming'
Farm clusters: clachans2015 Ulster folklife 58: 33-9
  • Jonathan Bell
  • Mervyn Watson
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347in special issue 'Rundale: settlement, society, and farming'
Rundale farming system: livestock rearing and crop husbandry2015 Ulster folklife 58: 41-51
  • Liam Downey
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347in special issue 'Rundale: settlement, society, and farming'
The role of transhumance within the rundale agriculture2015 Ulster folklife 58: 53-63
  • Mark Gardiner
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347in special issue 'Rundale: settlement, society, and farming'
The 'collops' of the rundale: their evolving ecological and communal forms2015 Ulster folklife 58: 65-74
  • Eamonn Slater
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347in special issue 'Rundale: settlement, society, and farming'
Comparative histories of land enclosure and tenant agriculture in south Munster from the late middle ages to the nineteenth century: two south Munster case-studies2015 Ulster folklife 58: 75-84
  • David Whelan
  • Deborah Rotman
  • Tadhhg O'Keeffe
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347in special issue 'Rundale: settlement, society, and farming'
The social structure of the Killkenny farm villages2015 Ulster folklife 58: 87-96
  • Jack Burtchaell
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347in special issue 'Rundale: settlement, society, and farming'
Rundale in Rossport, Co. Mayo2015 Ulster folklife 58: 99-105
  • Mícheál Corduff
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347in special issue 'Rundale: settlement, society, and farming'
Rundale in the twentieth century and the importance of commonage2015 Ulster folklife 58: 109-17
  • Clodagh O'Malley Gannon
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347in special issue 'Rundale: settlement, society, and farming'
Alan Gailey (1935-2013)2014 Ulster folklife 57: 1-2
  • Jonathan Bell
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
Recollections of a border childhood2014 Ulster folklife 57: 3-24
  • Emyr Estyn Evans
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
The Crommelins and the Glens2014 Ulster folklife 57: 25-31
  • Malachy McSparran
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
The Cork Butter Exchange (1770-1924): the national and international importance and ultimate demise of the enterprise2014 Ulster folklife 57: 33-47
  • Liam Downey
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
Changing farming methods in County Monaghan2014 Ulster folklife 57: 49-68
  • Jonathan Bell
  • Mervyn Watson
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
Reflecting on tradition: four Ulster musical lives2013 Ulster folklife 56: 1-144
  • Martin Dowling
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347monographic issue
Irish mummers' play texts: their content and development - Part 22011 Ulster folklife 54: 1-26
  • Alan Gailey
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
''Banished to the barn' - John Doherty and Bonnie Kate''2011 Ulster folklife 54: 27-44
  • Conor Thomas Caldwell
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
How much for the wife? A case of popular divorce in eighteenth-century wicklow?2011 Ulster folklife 54: 45-7
  • Brian Gurrin
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
The last journey: an 1872 two-wheeled hearse2011 Ulster folklife 54: 49-54
  • Mark Kennedy
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
Lore relating to seasonal customs and to rites of passage in the notebooks of Dr Francis McPolin2011 Ulster folklife 54: 55-84
  • Lindap-May Ballard
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
The first mention of golf in Ireland, and its play in and about the Ards Peninsula, Co. Down2011 Ulster folklife 54: 85-103
  • Andrew Steven
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
'Another little trouble over': the unique characteristics of the circus in Victorian and Edwardian Ireland2011 Ulster folklife 55: 1-24
  • Richard McMinn
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
The Belfast shipbuilding industry in 19112011 Ulster folklife 55: 25-40
  • John Lunch
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
Agricultural education in the 1800s-1900s with particular regard to the Munster Institute2011 Ulster folklife 55: 41-55
  • Liam Downey
  • Maura McLoughlin
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
Irish mummers' play texts: their content and development - Part I2010 Ulster folklife 53: 1-56
  • Alan Gailey
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
Fairy lore in the notebooks of Dr Francis McPolin2010 Ulster folklife 53: 57-78
  • Linda-May Ballard
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
How was butter made in early times?2010 Ulster folklife 53: 79-86
  • Liam Downey
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
Some features of popular religion in Ulster in 18592010 Ulster folklife 53: 87-102
  • Nichoals Michael Railton
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
The Ards Carver and the short crossing2010 Ulster folklife 53: 103-20
  • George Thomson
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
'Contemporary folklore with a vengeance': folklore and folk life in Stephen Booth's blind to the bones2008 Ulster folklife 52: 29-37
  • Linda-May Ballard
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
Rundale in the glens of Antrim2008 Ulster folklife 52: 38-59
  • Jonathan Bell
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
A Scottish Gaelic piping term in a bardic poem to the MacDonnells of Antrim2008 Ulster folklife 52: 1-16
  • Seán Donnelly
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
A case study of the rural economy in the early 1900s using a shop ledger2008 Ulster folklife 52: 17-28
  • Liam Downey
  • Martin Downes
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
Fur, feathers and blood: the cultural logic of illegal bloodsports in Northern Ireland2005 Ulster folklife 51: 1-9
  • Judith Stephens
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
'Publish or perish': the vicissitudes of the Irish Folk Institute2005 Ulster folklife 51: 10-33
  • Mícheál Briody
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
Chapbook printings of mummers' plays in Ireland2005 Ulster folklife 51: 34-53
  • Alan Gailey
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
The crafts in twentieth century Ulster: from partition to the Festival of Britain, 1922-19512005 Ulster folklife 51: 54-85
  • Joseph McBrinn
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
At the sign of the cat and bagpipes2005 Ulster folklife 51: 86-105
  • Séan Donnelly
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
Some missing items of the Bunting collections, rediscovered2004 Ulster folklife 49: 1-5
  • Brian Audley
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
The 1674 damask linen cloth of William of Orange2004 Ulster folklife 49: 6-18
  • Samuel P. Wilson
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
The Belfast College of Art: a brief history and memoir2004 Ulster folklife 49: 19-31
  • Kenneth Jamieson
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
The 'role reversal of regions': a case study of flexible accumulation and devaluation in the Bann Vally, 1948-present2004 Ulster folklife 49: 32-49
  • Mairlyn Cohen
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
Spades versus ploughs: a nineteenth century debate (2)2004 Ulster folklife 49: 50-77
  • Mervyn Watson
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
The role of audio recordings in recent exhibitions at the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum2004 Ulster folklife 49: 79-85
  • Jonathan Bell
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
E. Estyn Evans. An appreciation on the centennial of his birth2004 Ulster folklife 50: 8-15
  • Henry Glassie
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
Giant's causeway made of fossil bamboo! A commentary on 'absurd hypotheses' in science2004 Ulster folklife 50: 16-26
  • Alun Evans
  • Kenneth James
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
Revival or -reinvention: Columban traditions in nineteenth century Derry2004 Ulster folklife 50: 27-50
  • Brian Lacey
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347
A countercultural group? - A discourse of 'difference' concerning the image of the Irish traveller2004 Ulster folklife 50: 51-70
  • Ó hAodha Mícheál
H6/KVC [ULSTER-]0082-7347