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Prof Robin Frame


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Member of the Institute of Medieval and Early Modern Studies  


Robin Frame has published widely on the history of Ireland, and of the British Isles generally, in the later medieval period. His present work concentrates on government and society in English Ireland in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries.


Authored book

  • Frame, Robin (2012). Colonial Ireland, 1169-1369. Dublin: Four Courts.
  • Frame R (1998). Ireland and Britain 1170-1450. London: Hambledon.
  • Frame, R. (1990). The Political Development of the British Isles, 1100-1400. Oxford: OUP.
  • Frame, R. (1982). English Lordship in Ireland, 1318-1361. Oxford: OUP.

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Journal Article

  • Frame, R. (2013). ‘Rediscovering medieval Ireland: Irish chancery rolls and the historian’. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy 113(Section C): 193–217.
  • Frame, R. (2002). ‘English political culture in later medieval Ireland’. The History Review 13: 1–11.
  • Frame R (1996). 'Thomas Rokeby, Sheriff of Yorkshire, Justiciar of Ireland'. Peritia 10 : 274-296.
  • Frame, R. (1992). ‘Commissions of the Peace in Ireland, 1302–1461’. Analecta Hibernica 35: 1–43.