Ciarán McDonnell considers the place of Irish identity within the British and French armies of the eighteenth century.
Ciarán Reilly explores the role of South Africa in the Irish Revolution, bringing together the Irish diaspora and South African politicians.
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.
As we head towards the centenary of the Amritsar Massacre, Seán Gannon presents an insight into the Irishness of Michael O'Dwyer, the Lieutenant-Governor of Punjab at the time of the massacre
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.