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Herstory: Exploring the material life of Gundrada de Warenne
(V & R Unipress GmbH and Bonn University Press, 2021-01)
Scholarly work on castles draws on multiple sources from history, archaeology, art and architectural history to literary and religious studies. This places it inaunique position to be able to bring different threads together ...
Alternative energy imaginaries: Implications for energy research, policy integration and the transformation of energy systems
The paper highlights shortcomings in the contribution of qualitative social sciences and humanities (SSH) research to tackling challenges connected with energy and climate change. These shortcomings are illustrated based ...
A guide to writing historical research essays for second level students
(NUI Galway, 2021-02-09)
This guide seeks to support student and teacher efforts toward successful completion of the Research Study Report component of the senior cycle, Leaving Certificate (History).
Articulating minority language value in diverse communities: The case of compulsory Irish language education
In newly multilingual communities, where the language of education can no longer be assumed to be the home language of students, debates around language education policy can reflect broader sociocultural and political ...
“This too shall pass”: Gaelic games, Irish media and the Covid-19 lockdown in Ireland
(Common Ground, 2021)
This paper examines the impact of the first Covid-19 lockdown in Ireland on Gaelic games and the sports-media complex in Ireland via an analysis of the media discourses surrounding these sports. It focuses principally on ...
Exploring the impact of Incredible Years Teacher Classroom Management training on teacher psychological outcomes
Teacher wellbeing is an important prerequisite for promoting student wellbeing, yet there is limited research exploring the potentiality of classroom management training for enhancing teacher psychological outcomes. This ...
An interdisciplinary approach to secondary qualitative data analysis: what why and how
(Edward Elgar, 2021-02-16)
Living in global data-rich societies implies the development of critical appraisal to evaluate the quality, authenticity and meaning of data that is increasingly more accessible. Data is readily available, which is an ...
'Sick on the Irish Sea, Dancing Across the Atlantic': (Anti)Nostalgia in women's diasporic remembrance of the Irish revolution
(Indiana University Press, 2021-03-01)
The substantial displacement of people following the Irish revolution (1916–1923), particularly of women, has little place in the state-sanctioned commemorative history of the period. This migration poses a number of ...
(Demeter Press, 2021-03)
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Treoir chun aistí taighde staire a scríobh do scoláirí iar-bhunscoile
(Acadamh na hOllscolaíochta Gaeilge, OÉ Gaillimh, 2021-02-23)
Treoir do scoláirí agus múinteoirí Staire na sraithe sinsearaí agus an Tuairisc ar an Staidéar Taighde á cur i gcrích acu mar chuid den Ardteistiméireacht.