Shahmima Akhtar explores a postcard from the Irish village of ‘Ballymaclinton’, a display at the 1908 Franco-British Exhibition in London created to promote an Irish soap brand and a politically white Irish unionism.
Tag: Northern Ireland
In the latest from our series on “Radical History after Brexit”, Peter Leary asks how we can think beyond borders in an age of both globalisation and national retrenchment.
20 years on from the implementation of the Good Friday Agreement, Maggie Scull explores its successes, failures, and challenges.
Magazine cover from the British Withdrawal from Northern Ireland Campaign (BWNIC), members of which were arrested for Incitement to Disaffection during the 1970’s