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Professor Bryan Fanning

15th February 2018 · Paperback / softback

Migration and the Making of Ireland richly explores accounts of migrant experiences across more than four centuries. The motivations that...

Liam Mac Mathuna

30th June 2019 · Hardback

This collection of journal and diary entries, now published for the first time as a bilingual edition (Irish and English),...

Fergus O'Farrell

9th September 2018 · Paperback / softback

Using new archival material from the Bureau of Military History, Fergus O'Farrell documents Brugha's career as a revolutionary. This closely-researched...

Aidan Moran

9th September 2018 · Paperback / softback

Managing Your Own Learning at University is a practical self-help guide for new and continuing students who are faced with...

Trish Ferguson

15th April 2019 · Paperback / softback

Maud Gonne has long been viewed merely as a contemporary of more prominent literary, political and legal figures who played...

Matthew Lewis

29th August 2014 · Paperback / softback

From an adolescent farmer to a local Sinn Fein activist and provincial guerrilla leader, and eventually to chief-of-staff of the...

Mike Gibney

25th May 2012 · Paperback / softback

Deals with the topics of organic food, GM foods, obesity, growing old, the integrity of food research, global warming, global...

Sarah E. McKibben

25th October 2010 · Hardback

Drawing on feminist, postcolonial and gender theory, this work argues for the ideological, representational and linguistic complexity of early modern...

Judith Devlin

20th June 2013 · Hardback

Features essays focusing on the role of propaganda, mass media and culture in the development of the Cold War in...

Cliona O Gallchoir

7th September 2005 · Hardback

This innovative book reassess the place of Maria Edgeworth within the Irish literary canon by illuminating the connections between her...

Cliona O Gallchoir

7th September 2005 · Paperback / softback

This innovative book reassess the place of Maria Edgeworth within the Irish literary canon by illuminating the connections between her...

Alan Bairner

1st December 2004 · Paperback / softback

Focusing on the extent to which sport plays a part in the construction of Irishness, this book also makes a...

Suzanne Quin

19th April 2005 · Paperback / softback

A completely updated and revised edition of this comprehensive review of the range of social policy provision in Ireland -...

Emmet O'Connor

25th October 2004 · Paperback / softback

In August 1922, at the height of the Civil War, when the Communist Party of Ireland could count on barely...

Emmet O'Connor

25th October 2004 · Hardback

In August 1922, at the height of the Civil War, when the Communist Party of Ireland could count on barely...

George Moore

26th April 2004 · Paperback / softback

Presents the author's interpretation of life in Ireland in the early 1880s....

Michael Davitt

14th July 2003 · Paperback / softback

Michael Davitt's "Jottings in Solitary" consists of his drafts on many topics, written while a prisoner in solitary confinement in...

Tina O'Toole

20th November 2016 · Paperback / softback

Women's literary expressions of war have long been neglected and at times forgotten in Irish scholarship. In Women Writing War:...