Thomas O’Neill Russell in Nineteenth-Century America : Friend or Foe to Ireland?

Fiona Lyons draws our attention to the endeavours, and controversies, of Thomas O'Neill Russell and the struggles of formalising the printing and teaching of Irish at home and abroad.

Writing Irish female emigration to Britain, 1948-1954.

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.

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