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Democratic breakdown, inequality and populism in the 21st Century: line-cutters, ladder-pullers and unreachable elites (Pre-published version)
(MacGill Summer School, 2018)
When I began my current research project, which examines as one of its components the underlying causes of contemporary populism, I started with the conviction that both deepening inequality and democratic deficits generated ...
Heritage, crime and inequality: understanding Limerick in the post-Celtic Tiger context (Pre-published version)
(The Heritage Council [Ireland], 2011)
Debates about social exclusion are central to heritage, because heritage spaces are not blank canvasses. They are spaces where people live and work and when those residents are deeply disadvantaged, their poverty presents ...
Aspiration and actuality: childhood inequality and the legacy of 1916
As we enter 2016, the controversies about how best to commemorate the legacy of the Rising have already begun. Already, various groups have claimed to be the true inheritors of the spirit of Proclamation. However, a closer ...