Bibliography

Benjamin
Hazard
s. xx / s. xxi

7 publications between 2009 and 2019 indexed
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Works authored

Hazard, Benjamin, Faith and patronage: the political career of Flaithrí Ó Maolchonaire, c.1560-1629, ed. John McCafferty, New Directions in Irish History 4, Dublin: Irish Academic Press, 2009.  
comments: Reprinted in 2010
comments: Reprinted in 2010


Contributions to journals

Hazard, Benjamin, “Luke Wadding and the breviary of Urban VIII: a study of the book trade between Rome, the Low Countries and the Spanish empire”, Studia Hibernica 39 (2013): 87–102.
Caball, Marc, and Benjamin Hazard, “Dynamism and decline: translating Keating’s Foras Feasa ar Éirinn in the seventeenth century”, Studia Hibernica 39 (2013): 49–70.
Hazard, Benjamin, “Flaithrí Ó Maol Chonaire agus an toradh ar na héilimh ar idirghabháil nua mhíleata in Éirinn, 1602-07”, Studia Hibernica 36 (2009–2010): 91–104.
Hazard, Benjamin, “‘Gaelic political scripture’: Uí Mhaoil Chonaire scribes and the Book of Mac Murchadha Caomhánach”, Proceedings of the Harvard Celtic Colloquium 23 (2003, 2009): 149–164.

Contributions to edited collections or authored works

Hazard, Benjamin, “Early modern medical practitioners and military hospital systems in Flanders and the south-west of Ireland”, in: Cunningham, John (ed.), Early Modern Ireland and the world of medicine: practitioners, collectors and contexts, Social Histories of Medicine, Manchester: Manchester University Press, 2019. 39–60.  
abstract:
This chapter is concerned with the relationship between large-scale warfare and the establishment of military hospitals in Flanders and Ireland in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries. It reflects on the work of Irish medics in the employment of Spain before focusing particular attention on the military hospital at Mechelen. The significance of the field hospital set up by the Spanish at Castlehaven on the southern coast of Ireland is also assessed.
abstract:
This chapter is concerned with the relationship between large-scale warfare and the establishment of military hospitals in Flanders and Ireland in the late sixteenth and early seventeenth centuries. It reflects on the work of Irish medics in the employment of Spain before focusing particular attention on the military hospital at Mechelen. The significance of the field hospital set up by the Spanish at Castlehaven on the southern coast of Ireland is also assessed.
Hazard, Benjamin, and Kenneth W. Nicholls, “Annales Dominicani de Roscoman”, CELT: Corpus of Electronic Texts, Online: University College Cork. URL: <https://celt.ucc.ie/published/L100015A>. 
Electronic publication (encoded in TEI XML) of a Latin text from a previously unpublished manuscript by Sir James Ware (London, Victoria and Albert Museum, Clements Collection, Irish MS R 23 drawer 5. ff. 45r–50r). The Latin text represents extracts made by Ware from an annalistic compilation of the Roscommon Dominican priory, which itself is based on earlier materials.
Electronic publication (encoded in TEI XML) of a Latin text from a previously unpublished manuscript by Sir James Ware (London, Victoria and Albert Museum, Clements Collection, Irish MS R 23 drawer 5. ff. 45r–50r). The Latin text represents extracts made by Ware from an annalistic compilation of the Roscommon Dominican priory, which itself is based on earlier materials.