The publications of Dr. Paul MacCotter, MA, Ph.D

‘The townlands of Cloyne’, The Book of Cloyne (Cloyne, 1993), 29-44.

‘The Fitzgeralds of Imokilly’, The Book of Cloyne, 79-99.

‘The Carews of Cork’ part 1, Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society 1993, 61 – 7.

‘The Carews of Cork’ part 2, JCHAS 1994, 66-82.

‘The sub-infeudation and descent of the FitzStephen/Carew moiety of Cork’ part 1, JCHAS  1996, 64-80

‘The sub-infeudation and descent of the FitzStephen/Carew moiety of Cork’ part 2, JCHAS  1997, 89-106.

The Pipe Roll of Cloyne: Rotulus Pipae Clonensis (co-editor with Kenneth Nicholls,  Cloyne, 1996).

‘The Anglo-Norman surnames of Ireland’, Irish Roots, vols 22-27 (1997-8).

‘The Barryscourt lectures, I and II’ (review article), JCHAS 1998, 171-3.

‘Midleton and its hinterland before 1700’, in J. Falvey, The Chronicles of Midleton (Midleton, 1998), 9-22.

‘A history of the Sall(e) family of Cashel’, Irish Genealogist 10:2 (1999), 215–33.

‘Review articles’, ibid., 252-3.

‘The Cantreds of Desmond’, JCHAS 2000, 49–68.

‘The see-lands of the diocese of Ardfert: an essay in reconstruction’, Peritia 2000, 161-204.

‘The Irish Surname Expert’, regular column, Irish Roots, vols 34-54, (2000-2005).

‘Review article’, Irish Genealogist 10:4 (2001), 473.

‘The Ferriters of Kerry’, Journal of the Kerry Archaeological and Historical Society 2002, 55-82.

Colmán of Cloyne: A Study (Dublin, 2004).

‘Lordship and colony in Anglo-Norman Kerry 1177–1400’, JKAHS 2004, 39–85.

Historical dictionary of Gaelic place-names, I (review article), JCHAS 2004, 226-9.

‘The Geraldine clerical lineages of Imokilly and Sir John fitz Edmund of Cloyne’, D. Edwards (ed), Regions and Rulers in Ireland, 1100-1650 (Dublin, 2004), 54-77.

‘Review articles’, Irish Genealogist 11:3 (2004), 228-30.

‘Functions of the Cantred in Medieval Ireland’, Peritia 2005, 308–332.

‘The Rise of Meic Carthaig and the Political Geography of Desmuma’, JCHAS (2006), 59–76.

‘An Daingean or Dingle, what’s in a name?’, JKAHS 2006, 89-93.

‘Review article’, Irish Genealogist 12:1 (2006), 85.

‘Medieval Irish Political and Economic Divisions’, History Ireland 15/5 (2007).

Medieval Ireland: territorial, political and economic divisions (Four Courts Press, Dublin, 2008).

‘The Prendergast alias MacMaurice lineage of Clanmaurice barony, Co. Mayo’, Irish Genealogist 12/3 (2008), 295-310.

‘The history of Corcu Duibne’ in Making Christian Landscapes project, Report no. 1, Heritage Council, (2008), 113-127.

‘Gleann Corbraighe before the Normans’, T. Donovan (ed.), The Knights of Glin: seven centuries of change (Glin, 2009), 36-45.

‘Feudal warlords: the Knights of Glencorbry’, Donovan, Knights of Glin, 48-79. (With Kenneth Nicholls).

‘Medieval History’, C. Manning, The History and Archaeology of Glanworth Castle, Co. Cork, (Stationery Office, Dublin, 2009), 1-3.

‘Medieval Iveragh: kingdoms and dynasties’ (with John Sheehan), in The Iveragh Peninsula: A Cultural Atlas of the Ring of Kerry (Cork, 2009), 148-56.

‘The kingdom of Corcu Duibne and its Church’ in Making Christian Landscapes project, Report no. 2, (2010), 36-91.

‘Fir Maige, Co. Cork’ in ibid., 127-144.

‘Making Christian landscapes in Corcu Duibne’ (with Tomás Ó Carragáin and John Sheehan), in Group for the Study of Irish Historic settlement Newsletter 15 (2011), 1-5.

Robin Frame, Colonial Ireland 1169-1369, review article in Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries, Ireland 141 (2011), 229-30.

‘Encounters between people: a ‘Gaelic’ site at Killeisk, Co. Tipperary, and an ‘Anglo- Norman’ one at Busherstown, Co. Offaly’ (with Jacinta Kiely), in B. Kelly, N. Roycroft and M. Stanley (eds), Encounters between Peoples (NRA Archaeology Monograph no. 9, Dublin, 2012), 61-76.

‘Túath, manor and parish: kingdom of Fir Maige, cantred of Fermoy’ in Peritia 22-23 (2013), 224-74.

‘Drong and Dál as synonyms for Oenach’ in Peritia 22-23 (2013), 275-80.

‘The M7 motorway historical landscape: studies in the history of Ikerrin and Elyocarroll’, in Tipperary Historical Journal, 2013, 25-57.

‘The church lands of the diocese of Dublin: reconstruction and history’, in Sean Duffy (ed), Medieval Dublin XIII (2013), 81-107.

‘The church lands of the diocese of Limerick: reconstruction and history’ in North Munster Antiquarian Journal 53 (2113), 99-122.

‘Parish, pastoral care and túath in the diocese of Limerick, c.1201’, Journal of the Royal Society of Antiquaries of Ireland 142-3 (2012-13), 86-99

A History of the Medieval Diocese of Cloyne (Dublin, 2013).

‘The de la Chapelle or Supple or de Capel-Brooke families of Cork, Limerick and Kerry’ in Irish Genealogist 13/4 (2013), 288-310.

‘The early history and sub-divisions of the kingdom of Bréifne’ in J. Cherry and B. Scott (eds), Cavan: History and Society, (2014), 12-35.

‘Diocese of Achonry: church, land, and history’ in Peritia 24-5 (2013-2014), 241-265.

‘The medieval rural dean and rural deanery in Ireland’ in E. Purcell, P. MacCotter, J. Sheehan and J. Nyhan (eds), Clerics, Kings and Vikings (Four Courts Press, 2015), 155-68.

‘A blow to the temple: the ‘monastic castle’ at Rincrew (Co. Waterford) reinterpreted’ (with Eamonn Cotter and Tadhg O’Keeffe), The Journal of  Irish Archaeology, XXIV (2015), 163–178

Luke McInerney, Clerical and Learned Lineages of Medieval Co. Clare, review article, (pp. 20–25), Oenach reviews 7.1 (2015)

‘The ramification of the Geraldines’, in S. Duffy and P. Crooks (eds), The Geraldines and Medieval Ireland (Dublin, 2016), 170-193

‘Reconstructing the territorial framework for ecclesiastical and secular power structures: a case study of the kingdom of Uí Fáeláin’, in T. Ó Carragáin & S. Turner (eds), Making Christian Landscapes in Atlantic Europe (Cork, 2016), 55-74

Vicky McAlister & Terry Barry (eds), Space and Settlement in Medieval  Ireland, review article, Journal of British Studies 55/4 (2016), 820-22

‘The earlier Geraldine Knights of Kerry’, in Journal of the Kerry Archaeological and Historical Society 2/16 (2016), 5-36

‘Barryscourt Castle: the historical context’ in Dave Pollock and Conleth Manning (eds), Barryscourt Castle, Co. Cork: Archaeology, History and Architecture (Dublin, 2017), 1-18

‘Dál Cais after Clontarf’ in S. Duffy, Medieval Dublin XVI (Dublin, 2017), 210-217

Forthcoming works

Medieval Ireland: the lands of the Church (to appear late 2019).

Four papers currently going to press or in preparation on various topics.