Posted: 04 Apr 2017, 09:20
Paul MacCotter obtained his MA in history by independent research at UCC in 1994. His book, Medieval Ireland: territorial, political and economic divisions has come to be regarded as a major reference work and MacCotter as a leading authority on this aspect of medieval Irish history. These fees are clearly listed before you confirm your advert. MacCotter currently continues his academic research, and is an assistant lecturer in the Schools of History and Adult Continuing Education, UCC, and runs his own genealogical and historical consultancy ( m ). During this time he continued to study, research and publish in the areas of medieval history, Anglo-Norman history, church history, genealogy, and Irish surname studies. Manage your page to keep your users updated. MacCotter currently has nearly fifty papers published and four books. He worked as Historical Consultant for the Heritage Council funded instar project, Making Christian Landscapes, and obtained a prestigious Government of Ireland fellowship, in 2010. About the Author,.