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TEFL in Ireland – Reflecting a profession?
(FELT [Forum for English Language Teachers (Ireland)], 2001)
In response to issues raised in Gronia deVerdon Cooney’s article on TEFL qualifications in a recent FELT Newsletter (see De Verdon Cooney, 2000, p.8), I wish to reflect on the notion of TEFL as a profession in Ireland. ...
A review of 'Women of the House: Women's Household Work in Ireland 1922-1961. Discourses, Experiences and Memories by Caitriona Clear'
(Galway Archaeological & Historical Society, 2001)
This study is based on exhaustive research in government departmental correspondence and reports, folklore records, newspapers, handbooks, periodicals and prescriptive literature, as well as on the personal testimonies of ...
Migrancy in Medieval Ireland: Merchants, monks, miscreants and mercenaries
(UCC [University College Cork], 2018)
Non-mineralised discoidal fossils from the Ordovician Bardahessiagh formation, Co. Tyrone, Ireland
(Royal Irish Academy, 2010)
Four non-mineralised fossils from the Ordovician Bardahessiagh Formation, near Pomeroy, Co. Tyrone, have been examined for the first time following their recovery from a temporary trench dug in 1992, and are here described ...
Negotiating the self – the spectral mobile subject (Pre-published version)
(Peter Lang, 2009)