Liam Cowley delves into the adventurous and little known life of the Fenian Jeremiah O’Donovan Rossa on the 100th anniversary year of his death.
Calling a piece of literature Irish is not a review. Irish writer from Ireland, D. Joyce-Ahearne, fights for Irishness and its right to be meaningless.
D. Joyce-Ahearne’s hatchet job of a reactionary cultural critic: his past self.
Sinéad Harrington examines the approach to sexual education in Irish Catholic schools.
Michael Coleman challenges the idea that free speech is being squashed on university campuses.
Theobald Wolfe Tone and the rebellion of 1798 have more than a few Trinity connections. With his 252nd birthday passing last Saturday, Liam Cowley explores the life of the enigmatic leader.
Sam Ford, TCD student and Dublin tour guide, tells of his revelations in the run up to the Marriage Equality Referendum on May 22nd
Irish media elites have been trying to stoke up cheap resentment towards striking bus drivers. Don’t fall for it.
No campaigners are trying to protect themselves from the idea that they are complicit in damaging the mental health of thousands in the coming month.
The very notion of “core” welfare rates has its roots firmly in the neoliberal doctrines that the Labour Party have lapped up.