Brendan Kane Contributes to University of Oxford Blog

Brendan Kane, Associate Professor of History and Associate Director of the Humanities Institute at the University of ConnecticutHow do scholars begin to consider the Irish Gaelic role in shaping parliamentary culture? UConn History Prof. Brendan Kane begins to answer this question in a recent blog post that examines the making of the early modern Irish state. Writing for the University of Oxford, Prof. Kane challenges the silences of the archive and encourages richer historical methods that ask new questions of familiar texts. Read more in Parliament and Parliaments from the Gaelic Perspective! 

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