MACMORRIS is an IRC Laureate project that seeks to map the full range and richness of cultural activity, across languages and ethnic groups, in Ireland from 1541 to 1691. It seeks to represent the dramatic period of conflict, change, and innovation which transformed Ireland. In building a dataset of everyone broadly defined as a ‘cultural actor’ for whom a record survives during that 150-year period, it will provide a research engine for a newly interdisciplinary and multilingual engagement with a period that was, itself, ineluctably plural, linguistically and culturally.


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