Dr Andrew Newby examines the legacy of Edward McHugh, a nineteenth-century Tyrone-born social reformer whose life is being commemorated in Liverpool in June.
Jack Hepworth provides an insight into the history of the Irish in Preston, particularly the city's nineteenth-century labour movement.
Bernadette Hyland writes about her time as an activist in the Irish in Britain Representation Group (IBRG) during the 1980s and her experiences curating the archives of the IBRG in Salford's Working Class Movement Library.
Michael Connolly explores the story of Brother Walfrid who helped to unite Irish Catholic communities in Glasgow's East End to form Celtic Football Club in 1887.
Tim Ellis attended the Global Irish Revolution Conference, held at Queen's University Belfast in June 2018. Here he explores the ways that early career researchers are approaching the idea of the global Irish revolution.
Sophie Cooper brings us a report on the 'Space, Place and Women Religious' conference to highlight the importance of bringing religious histories into the wider study of the Irish diaspora.
Catherine Healy brings us our first conference review, focusing on the Transatlantic 3: Women of the Green Atlantic conference which was held at the Royal Irish Academy, Dublin on 21-22 June 2018.