New Book: Sport, the Media and Ireland – Interdisciplinary Perspectives

Sport, the Media and Ireland: Interdisciplinary PerspectivesEdited by Neil O’Boyle and Marcus Free Sport occupies a central position in Irish social and cultural life, yet has been relatively marginal within the academy. Significant research has been undertaken by individual scholars, and various important books have been published recently – for example Paul Rouse’s Sport and Ireland; Mike Cronin et al.’s

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New Book: Childhood, Religion and School Injustice

Childhood, Religion and School InjusticeKarl Kitching Debates about religion and education internationally often presume the neutrality of secular education governance as an irrefutable public good. However, understandings of secular freedom, rights and neutrality in schooling are continuously contested, and social movements have disrupted the notion that there is a uniform public to be educated. Simultaneously, unjust, neoliberal and majoritarian education

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New Book: Fictions of Migration in Contemporary Britain and Ireland

Fictions of Migration in Contemporary Britain and Ireland by Carmen Zamorano Llena examines how the transcultural and transnational migration of people, texts, and ideas has transformed the paradigm of national literature, with Britain and Ireland as case studies. The study questions definitions of migration and migrant literature that focus solely on the work of authors with migrant backgrounds, and suggests

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New Irish Street Art Documentary

Full Colour is an independent documentary by Dublin native Harry Moylan. It explores the street art communities of Belfast and Dublin, posing questions about art, politics, culture, gender and identity in Ireland. Learn more about the passions which drive street artists in both cities and the barriers they are confronted with in their attempts to fulfil their creative expression. You

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