Help a Phd student with their research on a topic relating to the Irish community
Many students working on a PhD relating to the Irish community need to talk to many people for their research. See the list of current students and get in touch to help.
See below the list of people currently looking for help with their work and contact them if you would like to find out more, take part and / or share this news with others.
Migration and Assistance: Irish Unmarried Mothers in Britain 1926–1967
Lorraine Grimes needs participants for oral history interviews. She would like to speak to people about the emigration of Irish unmarried mothers, the reason for their emigration and their experiences in Britain. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information and to get involved and feel free to share.
How Irish people in Britain use media to keep in touch with Ireland and Irish identity
Contact Dan Dwyer by email email@example.com to fix a time/ date to offer details of your own experience and or share with others.
Aisling Keavey is currently conducting a practice–led Masters by Research in Photography at Dun Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology in Dublin.
She is based in London and this research is concerned with Irish women in London and how their identity as Irish comes into play as a hybridity of identity of being Irish and also living in a foreign country.
She is looking for participants to conduct interviews around this identity, their experience of being Irish in London post–Brexit, their reasoning for emigrating and their notion of home and belonging.
Please contact her on firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.