Irish Socialism through the lens of the Limerick Soviet
The Spanish Crown took its resposbilities towards the Native American population very seriously
The Monarchy of Charles V was modern
Bartholomew de las Casas and 'The destruction of the Indies'
How the influence of Europe in the nineteenth century contributed to the collapse of the Ottoman Empire.
The Role of women in contrasting texts
Was Con Colbert's execution one of bravery from Colbert or cowardice from his superior Seamus Murphy
A time of political and cultural upheaval throughout Europe, the Ireland of the late nineteenth and early twentieth century, was a period of cultural revolution that reshaped the nation irrevocably.
What Victorian literature can tell us about Gender and Class in Victorian Britain
The Significance of Place and the Symbolism of Space. While the physical place of the world is ever constant, the social meaning it has for us is always changing.
How the American Identity can be seen in its 20th and 21st century literature
What a letter from the Tuscan ambassador in Madrid teaches us about recreational activities in the Renaissance court.
The Connolly Association's impact in aiding Irish Catholics in the North of Ireland is one that should not be forgotten
NORAID was pivotal to the Irish cause during the troubles, but this contribution has largely been overlooked.
The last decade has seen an explosion in the acceptance of nerd culture within society. But one particular nerd niche has been left behind after the rapture; Professional Wrestling.
Does enjoying a Hulk Hogan match make you a racist? While that sounds odd, it raises an important issue; at what point are we watching the character perform versus seeing the real-life person? Should we draw a distinction between the two? In short, I think that yes, we should always differentiate.
Is modern wrestling suffering from too many clean finishes? This question may sound crazy at first sight, but let’s at least consider it.