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In today's blog on Climate and Society in Ireland, Gill Plunkett, David M. Brown and Graeme T. Swindles consider the impacts that droughts might have had on human populations in prehistoric...
In today's blog on Climate and Society in Ireland, Phil Stastney introduces a review of research on past human–environmental interactions in Irish peatlands.
In today’s ARINS blog, Mary P. Murphy discusses how our society can collaborate to imagine a better welfare state across issues of social security, poverty and inequality, north and south.
In today's blog on Climate and Society in Ireland, Meriel McClatchie and Aaron Potito trace environmental, climatic and social change in Neolithic Ireland.
In today's blog on Climate and Society in Ireland Graeme Warren reviews evidence for the potential impact of climate change on the earliest human settlement of Ireland.
In today’s ARINS blog, Dr Martin Brown, School of Policy and Practice, DCU Institute of Education discusses the advantages, disadvantages and unintended consequences of academic selection.
Our new blog series will explore the varied environmental, climatic and social changes that occurred in Ireland from early prehistory to the early 21st century.
In today's ARINS blog, Professor Colin Harvey picks through the political uncertainties surrounding the anticipated referendums, north and south, and asks how will the referendums work?
Liam Kennedy's article One Island, Two Peoples: Ethical Perspectives on Ireland's Consitutional Future has been published by the ARINS (Analysing and Resarching Ireland North and South) project.
ARINS author Deirdre Heenan has undertaken a qualitative scoping study on collaboration that currently takes place between Ireland and Northern Ireland's health systems. At an event on 8 July, she presents her findings.