Routledge Handbook of Irish Studies begins with the reversal in Irish fortunes after the 2008 global economic crash. The essays included address not only changes in post-Celtic Tiger Ireland but also changes in disciplinary approaches to Irish Studies that the last decade of political, economic, and cultural unrest have stimulated.
Suitable for those operating in Ireland's construction industry, this book is structured according to the Agreed Rules of Measurement. It includes Approximate Estimating Rates for quick pricing. It also provides material on location factors and inflation, with spotlights on life-cycle costing and sustainability.
This book is the first in depth analysis of Dublin's upper middle-class homes. Using measured surveys, photographs, and contemporary drawings and maps, it analyses a range of premium houses in three different districts: Ballsbridge, Rathgar and Kingstown (now Dun Laoghaire).
This book retrieves a neglected episode in Left cultural histories, placing Irish writers in the company of a broader international group of poets, writers and journalists, who were part of a Popular Front cultural movement in the Thirties, opposed to fascism and witness to the Spanish Civil War.
A People's History of Classics explores the influence of the classical past on the lives of working-class people, whose voices have been almost completely excluded from previous histories of classical scholarship and pedagogy, in Britain and Ireland from the late 17th to the earlier 20th century.