A paper I wrote entitled “Discursive representations of ‘illegal immigration’ in the Irish newsprint media: The domination and multiple facets of the ‘control’ argumentation” has been published in the journal Discourse and Society. It is … Continue reading
My review of “Life Interrupted. Trafficking into Forced Labor in the United States” by Denise Brennan has been published in Emotion, Space and Society. It can be accessed at: http://authors.elsevier.com/a/1Q48a6F9IF6llh
A section entitled “Lives in Limbo” on the The Irish Times website details the lives of migrants (asylum-seekers) residing in Ireland’s direct provision centres. It contains information on these … Continue reading
For those interested in philosophy and the history of philosophical thought this chart is a great quick-guide resource.
The Pink Guide to Philosophy, introduces philosophy in a clear and concise manner and discusses various myths about philosophy. Although this guide is aimed at philosophy students, I think that … Continue reading
SuperScholar lists the most influential books of the last 50 years. Note that this is not a list of the most enjoyable books, but the books that had most influence … Continue reading
In May 2014, the annual Conference of Irish Geographers took place in University College Dublin. I presented a paper entitled: Irish Newsprint Media Representations of Immigration and Emigration in the Aftermath … Continue reading