Ned Sullivan and friends from Kenmare heading to New York in 1926: “We are bound for New York City, boys, 3,000 miles away.”

The waves of emigration from Kenmare over the centuries have been spurred by unrest and conflict, famines and land clearances, unemployment and the se(...)

Mapping our past: the barony of Duleek, in Co Meath, as it appears in the Down Survey. Photograph courtesy of the National Archives of Ireland

One of the cultural revolutions we’re living through is a change in the relationship between the way knowledge is gathered and the way it is co(...)