Julitta Clancy, BA (Hons), Dip. Archival Stds., Dip Econ. and Social Stds.
Location: Co. Meath
Membership Grade: Fellow
Originally trained in Irish University Press, I have worked as a free-lance indexer for over 30 years, specialising in areas such as law (and legal history), archaeology, history (general and local), archives, biography, politics, sociology, religion and arts. I received a Highly Commended award for a UK law publication in the Wheatley Awards in 1993.
My primary degree is in Archaeology. I have compiled detailed indexes to excavation reports, journals, etc., including Knowth, Volume 5: Finds (RIA, 2012), 12 monographs of the National Roads Authority/Transport Infrastructure Ireland,and several cumulative indexes to annual journals of the archaeological societies of Counties Cork and Meath.
I have experience and interest in general, classical, medieval, modern, local, European, educational, political, legal and religious history.
Recent examples of indexes include Episcopal Visitations of Meath (Four Courts Press, 2017) and Dublin Paving Board (Dublin City Council, 2016)
I specialised in legal indexing for many years, indexing textbooks and commentaries on areas of e.g. Criminal law, Company law, Constitutional law, Planning law, Environmental law, Employment Law, etc., as well as law reports and digests of cases (including 4 volumes of the Irish Digest of Superior Court Cases for the Law Reporting Council of Ireland). Recent example – Introduction to Company Law, 4th ed (Callanan, Gill and Macmillan, 2015)
Recent examples include several volumes in the Documents on Irish Foreign Policy series (Royal Irish Academy) and M. MacCartaigh, Public Sector Reform in Ireland (Palgrave Macmillan)
Examples include: A Legal History of the Irish Stage (N. Osborough, Irish Legal History Society, 2016) and Origins of the Irish Constitution (G. Hogan, RIA, 2012)
Examples include the Architecture volume in the Yale/RIA 5-volume publication Art and Architecture of Ireland (2014) and The Building Site in Eighteenth Century Ireland (Four Courts Press, 2017)
Examples include The Cambridge Companion to Irish Poets (2017), The Oxford Handbook of the Modern Irish Theatre (OUP, 2016) and Voices on Joyce (UCD Press, 2016)
Recent example: Perspectives on Preaching (Representative Church Body Library, 2017)
Recent indexes include
Juries in Ireland, Four Courts Press, 2017
Public Sector Reform in Ireland, Palgrave Macmillan, 2017
Hurley, L. and McParland, M.,
The Building Site in Eighteenth-Century Ireland, Four Courts Press, 2017
Elliott, M. and McGlinchey, P.,
Perspectives on Preaching, Representative Church Body Library, 2017
The Cambridge Companion to Irish Poets, Cambridge, 2017
Ellis, S. and Murray, J.,
Calendar of State Papers Ireland 1509-1547, Irish Manuscripts Commission, 2017
Irish Law Reports Monthly 2017, Roundhall Press, 2017
Law Society Gazette 2016, Law Society of Ireland, 2017
Meitheal: The archaeology of lives, labours and beliefs at Raystown, Co. Meath, Editorial Solutions/TIA, 2016
The 2010 Consolidated Statutes of Trinity College Dublin and of the University of Dublin, Trinity College Dublin, 2017
Cork Historical and Archaeological Society, Dublin City Council, Four Courts Press, Geography Publications, Gill and Macmillan, Irish Legal History Society, Irish Manuscripts Commission, Law Society of Ireland, Meath Archaeological and Historical Society, Meath County Council, Palgrave Macmillan, OUP, Queen's University Belfast, Royal Irish Academy, Roundhall Press, Transport Infrastructure Ireland, Trinity College Dublin, University College Dublin (and others)
Special Publication Type
Examples include detailed indexes to publications of the Irish Manuscripts Commission, including Calendars of State Papers (15th and 16th centuries), Proclamations, 1660-1860 and Calendar of Papal Registers, Vol 23 (16th Century, Ireland, England, Scotland and Wales).
For over 20 years I have compiled annual indexes to the Law Society of Ireland Gazette and cumulative indexes to journals of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society and the Meath Archaeological and Historical Society.