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All administrative positions in the Society are honorary and voluntary. The Hon. Secretary is also the Company Secretary. The Cork Historical and Archaeological Society was founded in at a particularly divisive time in Irish politics. Its members, drawn from diverse traditions, were united in a common interest in the history and prehistory of Cork and the new Society was welcomed as an augury of a more harmonious Ireland. Accordingly, the first number of the Journal of the Cork Historical and Archaeological Society was issued in and has been regularly published ever since. The Society also publishes indexes of the Journal ; these are available for purchase from the Hon. For over years scholars of many disciplines have contributed authoritative articles for publication in the Journal on a wide range of topics including archaeology, folklore, genealogy, geography, the Irish language and political, social and economic history. The Journal has, of course, evolved over the decades, its original antiquarian interests yielding to a more rigorous modern scholarship.