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