Boston’s Irish immigrants: a community response to an international tragedyOne thing that came to the fore in the aftermath of Monday's attacks is the strong sense of community forged between immigrants and locals
- April 19, 2013, 01:00
Seeing beyond stereotypes and getting to know a new placeWhen you truly live in a new place rather than just pass through, you become acquainted with it in a slower, truer, more intimate way. It’s the great privilege of emigrating anywhere, writes American immigrant in Dublin Erin Fornoff
- March 5, 2013, 20:00
‘Making a new home does not take away the home you had’It's springtime again in San Francisco and I can not summon, even on the toughest days, the homesickness that defined me for my first summer away, writes Sarah Griffin, with portrait photographs by David Monahan
- March 5, 2013, 01:00
Death at a distance: the worst phone call an emigrant can getNo one wants to hear a loved one is gravely ill, or worse, but being abroad makes it even harder to bear, writes Ciara Kenny
- February 8, 2013, 09:09
Working holiday visas, Presidential speeches, and the continuing debate about ‘Ireland abandoners’Articles relating to emigration and the Irish abroad this week.
- February 7, 2013, 11:36
Guns: Enough to make you want to go homeDo I want my children growing up in a country where school doors are locked in fear of a massacre, asks Carole Coleman
- January 21, 2013, 13:00
‘It’s difficult to emigrate, but moving home is harder’I never intended to stay away from Ireland for so long. I don’t think most emigrants do when they first take flight, says Clare Waldron, who is returning to live in Ireland after 30 years abroad.
- January 18, 2013, 08:51
A Bronx tale: unreported crime and the undocumented IrishIn the Life pages of The Irish Times today, Frieda Klotz writes from New York on unreported crime and the undocumented Irish in the Bronx.
- January 8, 2013, 09:47