conflict studies, Cultural Studies, history, Ireland, Literary criticism, Politics, Sociology

Ireland and Victims: Confronting the Past, Forging the Future

Recent years have seen the topic of victims and victimhood brought to the fore on the island of Ireland, both in the North with the publication of the controversial Eames/Bradley report dealing with victims of the Troubles, and in the Republic with the publication of the final Ryan Report on institutional abuse. In this collection, drawing… Continue reading Ireland and Victims: Confronting the Past, Forging the Future

conflict studies, history, journalism, New book

War, Journalism and History

War, Journalism and History: War Correspondents in the Two World Wars War, Journalism and History is the first published work to examine an eclectic mix of correspondents during the two world wars who were prepared, often at great personal cost, to inform the public about the obscenity of warfare. Throughout both world wars the lack of… Continue reading War, Journalism and History