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Professor Terence Bernard Barry

Fellow Emeritus (History)


1985 - Contributor to "Lexicon des Mittel Alters", Munchen, Germany, Dorf. 1996 - Four entries in "The Oxford Companion to Irish History", ed. S. Connolly. 2004 - Entries in "Encyclopedia of Irish History and Culture Vol. 1", Thomson Gale, Detroit.
  Archaeology of medieval Britain and Ireland   British and Western European Archaeology   Gaelic lordships in Ireland and Scotland, social and political development   Medieval Britain   Medieval Castles   Medieval Ireland   Medieval Irish   Urban and economic history   Viking Archaeology   Viking Waterford
 Origins of Motte castles in Europe

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Guest Professor in the Institute of Medieval Archaeology in the University of Ã…rhus, March-April 1994.
Chair of the Directorate of the Discovery Programme, 2010-2015.
Language Skill Reading Skill Writing Skill Speaking
English Fluent Fluent Fluent
French Fluent Medium Basic
Latin Basic Basic Fluent
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1987 Elected a Fellow of the Society of Antiquaries of London. 1989 Elected a Fellow of Trinity College, Dublin. 1991 Elected a Fellow of the Royal Historical Society.
Looking west: Ireland in the Middle Ages in, Christopher M. Gerrard and Alejandra Gutierez , Oxford Handbook of Later Medieval Archaeology in Britain, UK, OUP, 2018, pp909 - 924, [Terry B. Barry], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Reflections on the moated sites of Wexford in, editor(s)Ian W. Doyle and Bernard Browne , Medieval Wexford, Dublin, Four Courts Press, 2016, pp202 - 210, [T. B. Barry], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Vicky McAlister & Terry Barry, Space and Settlement in Medieval Ireland, First, Dublin, Four Courts Press, 2015, v-xv, 1-237pp, Book, PUBLISHED
Terry Barry, Interpreting the English Village, Speculum, 90, (4), 2015, p1083 - 1084, Review Article, PUBLISHED
T. B. Barry, Out on the Edge, Review of Norman Expansion,: Connections, Continuities and Contrasts, by K. J. Stringer and Andrew Jotischky , Dublin Review of Books, (58), 2014, p1-3 , Review, PUBLISHED
TBarry, Reviews and short notices, Review of Crisis and Survival in Late Medieval Louth, by Brendan Smith , Irish Historical Studies, 39, (153), 2014, p135-136 , Review, PUBLISHED
Foreword in, editor(s)Claire Cotter , The Western Stone Forts Project, Dublin, Wordwell Ltd, 2013, pp22 - 22, [Terry Barry], Book Chapter, PUBLISHED
Terry Barry, Introduction, Oliver Davies(1905-1986), Breifne Journal of Cumann Seanchais Bhreifne, 13, (48), 2013, p7 - 9, Journal Article, PUBLISHED
Terry Barry, Klingelhofer, Eric, Review of Castles and Colonists, by Eric Klinglehofer , The Spenser Review, 42, (2-3), 2013, p3 , Notes: [Academic Review], Review, PUBLISHED  URL
Terry Barry, From Archaeology to Spectacle in Victorian Britain: The Case pif Assyria, 1845-1854, by Shawn Malley , The Huguenot Society Journal, 30, (1), 2013, p115 , Review, PUBLISHED

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Terry Barry, Space and Settlement 2, 27-28 May 2011, 2011, The Hub, Trinity College Dublin, Niall Brady, Maney Publishing, Leeds, (46), Newsletter of the Society for Medieval Archaeology, 2, Meetings /Conferences Organised, PUBLISHED
Terry Barry, Space and Settlement: The Final Frontier, 28-29 May 2010, In:Space and Settlement: The Final Frontier, 2010, Trinity College Dublin, Niall Brady, Maney Publishing, Leeds , UK, (44), Society for Medieval Archaeology Newsletter, 2-4, Meetings /Conferences Organised, PUBLISHED


Award Date
University of Birmingham History prize 1968
Honorary Vice-president of the Royal Archaeological Society 2002-
Vice-President of the Society for Medieval Archaeology 2007
The Barry Prize named after the recipient at the International Congress at Kalamazoo, USA. 2007-Present.
Castles, the archaeology of medieval Britain and Ireland, especially Viking and Norman settlement; moated sites and villages.