Dr. Mark Hennessy
Assistant Professor, Geography
My B.A.(Hons.) and Ph.D. are from the Department of Geography, University College Dublin. In 1984/'85 I was a Research Fellow in the Flinders University of South Australia. I was a Research Assistant in the Departments of Geography and the Medieval History in 1985-1987and Lecturer in Geography in UCD, 1987-1991. I then took up my appointment as Lecturer in Geography in Trinity.
Publications and Further Research Outputs
Coxon, P. and Hennessy, M. , The Quaternary of Clare Island: Field Guide, Dublin, IQUA, 2019, 1-173pp
Adapting a medieval urban landscape in nineteenth century Ireland in, editor(s)Anngret Simms and Howard B. Clarke , Lords and Towns in Medieval Europe, Farnham, Surrey, Ashgate, 2015, pp483 - 492, [Mark Hennessy]
Administration in, editor(s)H. B. Clarke and Sarah Gearty , Maps and Texts: Exploring the Irish Historic Towns Atlas, Dublin, Royal Irish Academy, 2013, pp152 - 163 , [Mark Hennessy,]
Francis Ludlow, Alexander R Stine, Paul Leahy, Enda Murphy, Paul A Mayewski, David Taylor, James Killen, Michael G L Baillie, Mark Hennessy and Gerard Kiely, Medieval Irish chronicles reveal persistent volcanic forcing of severe winter cold events, 431 - 1649 CE, Environmental Research Letters, 8, 2013, p024035
Making Ireland English in the thirteenth century: the evidence of the Irish Lay Subsidy of 1292 in, editor(s)P. J. Duffy and William Nolan , At the Anvil, Dublin, Geography Publications, 2012, pp81 - 92 , [Mark Hennessy,]
Medieval Settlement: The Manor of Dowth in, Stefanini, B. and McGlynn, G. , North Meath: Irish Quaternary Association Field Guide, No 29, Dublin: Irish Quaternary Association, 2011, pp84-88 , [Mark Hennessy]
Mark Hennessy, Mapping power and identity in Early Modern Ireland, Journal of historical Geography, 34, (1), 2008, p153-156
Mark Hennessy, Howard Clarke and Jacinta prunty (Eds.), Surveying Ireland's Past: multidisciplinary essays in honour of Anngret Simms, Dublin, Geography Publications, 2004, 1 - 802pp
Description1. Historical Geography of medieval Ireland. 2. Historical geography of Irish towns and cities. 3. The historical geography of Ireland.
1. Member and former secretary, The Friends of Medieval Dublin
2.Co-Chair of the Dublin Historic Settlement Group 3.Irish National Representative, Permanent European conference for the Study of the Rural Landscape
Awards and Honours
B.A. Postgraduate Scholarship UCD
Australian-European Awards Programme Postgraduate Fellowship.
Member, Geographical Society of Ireland.
Member, Permanent Conference for the Study of the European Rural Landscape
Fellow, Royal Geographical Society