New to our Reappraisals in Irish History series, Stephanie Rains' Advertising and Consumer Culture in Ireland, 1922-1962 is an exciting new perspective on the relationship between consumer culture and Irish national identity. In this blog post Rains introduces us to the relationship between mass media and consumer culture in Ireland and the starting points for … Continue reading
Erin Kate Scheopner introduces her new book 'Miserable Conflict and Confusion', offering an in-depth analysis of British national press coverage of the ‘Irish question’ throughout 1916-22. The political question known as the ‘Irish question’ was one of the greatest unresolved issues in British politics from the mid-nineteenth century to the early twentieth. The events of … Continue reading
Jack Hepworth provides an introduction for his new publication, 'The Age-Old Struggle'. Analysing the internal dynamics of Irish Republicanism between the outbreak of 'the Troubles’ in 1969 and the Good Friday Agreement of 1998, 'The Age-Old Struggle' draws upon the words and writings of more than 250 Irish republicans. For three decades from 1969, Irish … Continue reading
As part of our Spotlight on Irish Studies, enjoy free access to a selection of articles from across our journals, available until July 31st 2021.
Liverpool University Press is delighted to announce a new publishing partnership with the Eighteenth Century Ireland Society, to publish the journal, Eighteenth-Century Ireland / Iris an dá chultúr from 2021.