Dr Dianne Hall brings us a glimpse into why there needed to be a New History of Irish Australia written.
Seán William Gannon brings us a taste of his new book, 'The Irish Imperial Service: Policing Palestine and Administering the Empire, 1922-66', in this blog post on Irish imperial identities.
Tim Ellis writes about the importance of photography in joining the Irish diaspora with Éamon de Valera's premiership of Ireland.
Jimmy Yan brings us the transnational story of Harry Arthur Campbell, an Australian-born socialist orator who travelled to Ireland and Glasgow in 1920.
Jack Hepworth provides an insight into the history of the Irish in Preston, particularly the city's nineteenth-century labour movement.
Evan Smith and Anastasia Dukova provide an important transnational perspective to the 'Troubles' through the use of Australian security services' archives.
Jennifer McLaren explores the worlds of Irish men in the Caribbean during the long eighteenth century to highlight the multifaceted nature of the Irish imperial experience.
Continuing our series on methodologies of writing Irish diaspora histories, Olga Walker brings us a post about her creative-practice project on Irish female emigration to Britain during the mid-twentieth century.