IMC 2007: Sessions

Session 1614: National and Local Identities in Ireland, Scotland, and Wales: Kingship, Saint, and Crown

Thursday 12 July 2007, 11.15-12.45

Sponsor:Medieval British History Group, Kumamoto University
Organiser:Hirokazu Tsurushima, Faculty of Education, Kumamoto University
Moderator/Chair:Peter Edbury, School of History & Archaeology, Cardiff University
Paper 1614-aRuaidri Ua Conchobair: The Last High-King of Ireland
(Language: English)
Miho Tanaka, Oita National College of Technology
Index terms: Historiography - Medieval, Local History
Paper 1614-bSt Kentigern and the Isle of Britain
(Language: English)
Kenji Nishioka, Kyoto University
Index terms: Hagiography, Historiography - Medieval
Paper 1614-cThe Crown and Marcher Regality: Bohun-Mortimer Dispute in the Late 13th Century
(Language: English)
Hiroko Yanagawa, Kansai Gaidai University, Osaka
Index terms: Historiography - Medieval, Law, Local History, Social History
Abstract

The making of nations in Britain is a long and complicated process. National and local identities were gradually shaped and reshaped
in the Middle Ages. The purpose of this session is to show some aspects of the process of formation of national and local identities in so-called ‘Celtic areas’ (Ireland, Scotland and Wales), by referring to the last high-king of Ireland, the place of the Glasgow bishopric in 12th-century Britain and the importance of the Bohun-Mortimer dispute in late 13th-century Marcher Regality