A Republic Without Ceremony: Ritual and the Irish State
The mourners massing to slowly shuffle past the remains of Elizabeth the Second in London’s Westminster Hall are drawn by more than just macabre fixation. A dull wooden box laying in a dusty hall inside a crumbling palace would do...
Proinséas Fan / 16/09/2022
Defending the Classics Against Wokeness —An Irish Student Experience
I used to think that having reached my third year at college I could no longer be shocked by the wokeness which permeates the university campus, its students and faculty. I thought I would be able to grit my teeth...
Dawn Treader / 03/03/2021