New Irish Non-Fiction Irish Non Fiction Published In November 2021

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Ireland and the Great War: A Social and Political History

Gallagher, Niamh (St Catharine's College

One Last Shot: Brian Gartland Autobiography

Gartland, Brian

Mantles: Encountering Brigid

Gilligan, Shauna

The Missing Pieces of Mum

Herbert, Sally
A stolen past, a search for the truth, two lives changed forever.

Hello Hinterland: A Collection Of Illustrated Stories And Poetry Celebrating The Culture And Heritage Of Fingal County On The East Coast Of Ireland.

Holohan, Martin
A collection of illustrated Stories and Poetry, Rhymes, Observations and Folk Tales celebrating the connections between culture and heritage in the wide and embracing landscape of Fingal County on the East Coast of Ireland.

Sabine Gross: Show Time - Eine Archaologie der Zukunft

Jahn, Andrea
In Sabine Gross's (*1961) publication, which accompanies her exhibition at the Museum fur Vor- und Fruhgeschichte Saarbrucken, archaeological finds meet contemporary art for the first time. Text in English and German.

(PB) Critical Race Theory and Inequality in the Labour Market: Racial Stratification in Ireland

Joseph, Ebun
This book employs critical race theory as a theoretical and analytical framework to unveil how racial stratification shapes the socioeconomic outcomes and racial inequality in the labour market. The pages guide students interested in CRT and investigating racism, discrimination and inequality. -- .

Beyond The Summit : The Story Of One Man's Need To Scale His Inner Self After Climbing Everest

Lally, Kieran
In 2013, Mayo native Kieran Lally climbed Mount Everest to fulfil a lifelong ambition – he also hoped it would help to silence the inner critic who constantly belittled his existence. However, the positive feeling from his magnificent personal achievement proved ephemeral – leaving him with the even greater challenge of undertaking an inner climb ‘Beyond The Summit’ to a place of self-discovery. This fascinating account journeys through his young and formative life experiences and, by interweaving this narrative with the immediacy of a step-by-step account of his climb to Everest’s summit in 2013, he brings extra depth and understanding to what motivates and simultaneously sabotages our outlooks in life.

Lonely Planet Cuba

Lonely Planet
Lonely Planet's Cuba is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Enjoy the live music scene in Havana, explore historic Habana Vieja, and trek up Pico Turquino; all with your trusted travel companion. Get to the heart of Cuba and begin your journey now!

There Might be a Drop of Rain Yet - A Memoir

Lynch, Brendan
A fable of flight and reconciliation, There Might Be a Drop of Rain Yet is an engaging firsthand record of 1950s Ireland and the conflict between a young man and his Catholic and nationalistic mother.

Autumn Skies: Writers on poems by Derek Mahon

Mahon et al, Derek