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Dr. Robert Armstrong

Associate Prof & Head of Discipline (History)

  Anglo-Irish relations   British History   Early modern ireland, colonial communities   Intellectual History   Irish political, intellectual and social history, 1660-1800   Religious History   The first British Empire
 Insular Christianity 1530-1750
 The emergence of Irish Presbyterianism

Details Date
Joint editor (articles), Irish Historical Studies 2011-16
Editorial Board, Irish Historical Studies 2011-16
Board of Directors, Irish Historical Studies Publications Ltd 2011-16
Committee member, Irish Association of Professional Historians 2013-16
Advisory Board, Irish Association of Professional Historians 2016-
Details Date From Date To
Irish Historical Society 2005
Ecclesiastical History Society 2007
Irish Association of Professional Historians 2013
Planting Protestantism in urban Ulster in, editor(s)Brendan Scott , Society and administration in Ulster's plantation towns, Dublin, Four Courts Press, 2019, pp167-88 , [Robert Armstrong], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Robert Armstrong & Tadhg Ó hAnnracháin , The English Bible in the early modern world, Leiden, Brill, 2018, Book, PUBLISHED
Establishing a confessional Ireland, 1641-91 in, editor(s)Jane Ohlmeyer , Cambridge History of Ireland, volume 2, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2018, pp220-45 , [Robert Armstrong], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Protestant England and the English Bible in, editor(s)Robert Armstrong & Tadhg Ó hAnnracháin , The English Bible in the early modern world, Leiden, Brill, 2018, pp1-28 , [Robert Armstrong], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Telling the Presbyterian story in eighteenth-century Ireland: John McBride and James Kirkpatrick in, editor(s)Jacqueline Hill & Mary Ann Lyons , Representing Irish Religious Histories, London, Palgrave Macmillan, 2017, pp37-51 , [Robert Armstrong], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Religious conflict and community in early modern Ireland: the Presbyterian Question in, editor(s)Katsumi Fukasawa, Benjamin J. Kaplan, Pierre-Yves Beaurepaire , Religious interactions in Europe and the Mediterranean World, Abingdon & New York, Routledge, 2017, pp79-90 , [Robert Armstrong], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Adair, Stewart and Presbyterian Ulster in, editor(s)Robert Armstrong, Andrew R. Holmes, R. Scott Spurlock, Patrick Walsh , Presbyterian History in Ireland:two seventeenth-century narratives, Belfast, Ulster Historical Foundation, 2016, pp1-28 , [Robert Armstrong], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Irish Historical Studies, XL, 157, (2016), 1-150p, Robert Armstrong & Robert McNamara, [eds.], Journal, PUBLISHED
Presbyterian History in Ireland: two seventeenth-century narratives, Robert Armstrong, Andrew R. Holmes, R. Scott Spurlock, Patrick Walsh, Belfast:, Ulster Historical Foundation, 2016, - i-xvi, 1-381, Critical Edition (Book), PUBLISHED
Thinking like a Presbyterian in 1690s Ireland in, editor(s)Crawford Gribben and Scott Spurlock , Puritans and Catholics in the Trans-Atlantic World 1600-1800, Basingstoke, Palgrave Macmillan, 2015, pp195-216 , [Robert Armstrong], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED

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Preaching Presbyterian style: James Alexander of Convoy in, editor(s)Salvador Ryan & Brendan Leahy , Treasures of Irish Christianity II: a people of the Word, Dublin, Veritas, 2013, pp153-5 , [Robert Armstrong], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED


Award Date
Provost's Teaching Award 2013
Fellow of Trinity College Dublin 2007
Arts and Social Sciences Benefactions Fund, TCD, €1,325 2008