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Rural out-migration and return: perspectives on the everyday reality and the idyll in Ireland
(Departament de Geografia, Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona, 2020-02)
The aim of this article is to add to understandings of the rural idyll as an influence on return migration. Interviews were conducted with thirty-four first generation rural returnees in Ireland and their responses were ...
Shaky foundations: Romantic nationalism and the development of the 'Irish model' of Neolithic settlement
(Oxbow Books, 2020)
[No abstract available]
Mobilising teacher education in Ireland: The MiTE ecosystem for learning by design
(Bloomsbury Academic, 2020-06-11)
This chapter outlines an innovative and emergent multilevel initiative in the School of Education, National University of Ireland, Galway, focused on infrastructuring educational transformation in teacher education through ...
Irish pirate radio 1978-1988: How political stasis allowed unlicensed radio to flourish and innovate
(Taylor & Francis (Routledge), 2020-10-12)
The history of pirate radio in Ireland remains understudied by comparison with other countries with histories of unlicensed broadcasting. This is surprising given the extent and longevity of a large pirate radio scene ...
Planting new ideas: A feminist gaze on medieval castles
(Presses Universitaires de Caen, 2021-01)
The theme of the Château Gaillard 29 Conference “Vivre au Château” is very timely: studies of medieval castles have great potential to generate meaningful archaeologies, including biographies and life cycles as well as ...
‘Sinn Féin permits … in the heels of their shoes’: Cumann na mBan emigrants and transatlantic revolutionary exchange
(Cambridge University Press, 2020-08-11)
The emigration of female revolutionary activists has largely eluded historical studies; their global movements transcend dominant national and regional conceptions of the Irish Revolution and challenge established narratives ...
‘Now for Our Irish Wars’ – Jez Butterworth’s The Ferryman and the Irish Dramatic Canon
This article explores the Irish features of Jez Butterworth’s _The Ferryman_, focussing on his use of overfamiliar Irish tropes as well as his intertextual allusions to writers such as Brian Friel, WB Yeats, and Seamus ...