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Dr Declan Fahie

1st December 2022 · Paperback

Doing Research in Education: A Beginner's Guide is written for the novice education researcher. It offers practical advice and guidance for each step...

Loughlin Kealy

1st December 2022 · Hardback

Stones in Water explores how the inherited built environment is understood and valued. This inheritance, created by the forebears of communities worldwide, is...

Justin Dolan Stover

20th November 2022 · Soft Jacket w/Flaps

The Irish Revolution inflicted unprecedented damage to built-up and natural landscapes between 1916 and 1923. Destruction transcended national and ideological divisions and remained...

Sonja Tiernan

7th November 2022 · Soft Jacket w/Flaps

Irish Women's Speeches (Vol. II): A Rich Chorus of Voices follows on from the ground-breaking, best-selling Voices that Rocked the System. Related to...

Emmet O'Connor

30th September 2022 · Paperback / Softback

James 'Dongaree' Baird, a boilermaker in Harland and Wolff's shipyard, was one of hundreds of 'rotten Prods', and thousands of Catholics, driven from...

Emily Mark- FitzGerald

1st September 2022 · Paperback / Softback

This volume of essays will appeal to students, scholars and general enthusiasts of 19th-century Irish history, especially those interested in the history of...

Katherine O'Donnell

30th April 2022 · Paperback / Softback

How will Ireland redress its legacy of institutional abuse? How might democracy evolve if survivors' experiences and expertise were allowed to lead the...

C.P Curran

15th Mar 2022 · Hardback

In 1968, Conn Curran summed up his life-long companionship with Joyce, including the 1904 photograph he took of his friend in his family's...

C.P Curran

15th Mar 2022 · Hardback

In 1968, Conn Curran summed up his life-long companionship with Joyce, including the 1904 photograph he took of his friend in his family's...

Sonja Tiernan

21st November 2021 · Paperback / softback

Thirty-three inspiring speeches by women of Ireland from the nineteenth century to the present....

Deryck Fay

21st Oct 2021 · Paperback

Connecting the past to the present, Connecting a Nation offers an insider's perspective on how the decisions of the past continue to shape...

Barra Boydell

1 October 2021 · Hardback

A towering figure in the musical and cultural evolution of modern Ireland, Brian Boydell (1917–2000) has been described as a ‘renaissance man’ and...

Emmanuel Destenay

1st April 2021 · Paperback / softback

Approximately 150,000 Irish officers and men joined the British Army during the First World War. What happened to them when they returned home?...

Patrick Quinlan

1st April 2021 · Paperback / softback

The research on which this book is based reveals the meaning and significance of the architectural and landscape legacy from the inception of...

Barry McLoughlin

01 November 2020 · Paperback

In the late 1930s, the Spanish Civil War was both a cause clbre and a true international flashpoint, garnering support from thousands from...

Ellen Rowley

30th September 2020 · Hardback

Richly designed and illustrated, Making Belfield reflects on the making and shaping of UCD to celebrate 50 years of college life at Belfield...

Mary Corcoran

1st July 2020 · Paperback / softback

Producing Knowledge, Reproducing Gender gathers essays from scholars across Ireland to investigate just how knowledge itself is created, distributed, and collectively understood in...

Mary Kelly-Quinn

1st July 2020 · Hardback

This book is a fascinating study of the varied nature of Irish river ecosystems--their beauty, significance, and the natural and human factors that...