‘SEEKING A FEMININE TOUCH’: RESEARCHING ALICE MILLIGAN AND EVA GORE-BOOTH IN BELFAST

SEEKING A FEMININE TOUCH’: RESEARCHING ALICE MILLIGAN AND EVA GORE-BOOTH IN BELFAST Yasmine Radjabi (Institute of Irish Studies, Liverpool) discusses her research trip to archives in Belfast. ‘Fear not to fall for the land ye love, Irish earth beneath you, Irish sky above, Beat the standard onward down the sacred glen, All the saints in […]

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‘Shooting the Visible Army’: Using Dublin Archives to think about the Irish Civil War through a different lens

‘Shooting the Visible Army’: Using Dublin Archives to think about the Irish Civil War through a different lens   Tim Ellis (Teesside) discusses his trip to military and state archives across Dublin. ‘the tracking down of raiders, looking after suspects and the other multifarious duties of Oriel house made it necessary to have the best […]

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Trieste Summer School 2018

2017 Bursary winner Seamus May (Institute of Irish Studies, University of Liverpool) discusses his plans to attend the 2018 Trieste Summer School. I find myself in the strange position of writing I used my funding before I have actually spent it! Unfortunately, due to constraints of time, I was unable to fulfil my initial aim […]

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Exploring the potential for cultural regeneration in the Republic of Ireland

Exploring the potential for cultural regeneration in the Republic of Ireland Anna Carnegie (University of York) discusses her research trip to the Ballymun flats in North Dublin.  My research focuses on the conditions for successful estate regeneration in the Republic of Ireland. While the themes of my work are consistently evolving and being shaped by […]

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