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Aran Islands, western Ireland: farming history and environmental change reconstructed from field surveys, historical sources, and pollen analyses
(Eagle Hill Institute, 2019)
The Aran Islands are exceptional cultural landscapes at the Atlantic fringe of Europe. They are strongly influenced by human settlement and small-scale farming that is still pursued according to traditional practices. ...
"They Pulled Me Through the Darkest Times": exploring the social benefits of a women's group in rural Ireland
(Social Care Ireland, 2019)
While much has been written about the importance of women’s groups in the developing world, less is known about whether such groups have relevance in western societies. In Ireland, women’s groups played a key role in ...
From Milan to Kilbaha: Bronzing Irish traditional music
(Irish American Cultural Institute, 2019)
Monuments represent important anchoring devices, tying “collective remembering” to physical places and mobilizing a sense of shared memory and identity consolidation (Rowlands and Tilley 500).1 In the specifically Irish ...
Leading change in teacher education: Balancing on the wobbly bridge of school-university partnership
(Eurasian Society of Educational Research, 2019-10-15)
Initial teacher education (ITE) programmes have been critiqued widely for failing to connect educational theory with everyday practices in schools. More meaningful collaborations between schools and teacher education ...