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(Irish Studies Review, 2010-02-10)This article examines the effect of C.S. Lewis's Irish background on his work. It attempts to contradict the assumption that this Belfast-born writer should be included in the English and not the Irish canon. It emphasises ...
The role of physical activity and outdoor play in the socio-emotional development of children in Ireland (2021-02-23)The Role of Physical Activity and Outdoor Play in the Socio-Emotional Development of Children in Ireland Emma Hilliard Aims Physical activity and outdoor play is thought to have a number of benefits for healthy ...
(Elsevier, 2020-12-15)We develop a combinatorial rigidity theory for symmetric bar-joint frameworks in a general finite dimensional normed space. In the case of rotational symmetry, matroidal Maxwell-type sparsity counts are identified for a ...
(Mary Immaculate College, University of Limerick, 2013)Clive Staples Lewis is one of the most popular and renowned authors and lay theologians of the twentieth century. Lewis is best known for The Chronicles of Narnia series, which has sold more than 100 million copies worldwide. ...
A Literary translation and critical analysis of Voltaire's "Prix de la justice et de l'humanité" (1777) (2021-02-19)On 1 October 1777, the Economic Society of Berne proposed a reform discussion in the Gazette de Berne, that required entrants to ‘compose and write a complete and detailed legislative proposal on criminal matters.’ As a ...