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  • New Fault-lines in Europe: the Political Consequences of Brexit

    John Bruton

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    New Fault-lines in Europe: the Political Consequences of Brexit

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  • On Consulting the Faithful in Matters of Doctrine: From Newman to the Second Vatican Council and Beyond

    Fáinche Ryan

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    On Consulting the Faithful in Matters of Doctrine: From Newman to the Second Vatican Council and Beyond 

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  • One Hundred Years of Dáil Éireann 1918–2018: Elections, Personalities and Issues

    Anthony White

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    Anthony White writes of the centenary of Dail Eireann, examining the profiles of Irish TDs over one hundred years of uninterrupted parliamentary democracy.

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  • PeopleTalk: Promoting Conversation about Democracy

    Edmond Grace SJ

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    PeopleTalk: Promoting Conversation about Democracy

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  • Policy and Partnership

    Maire Céline Clegg IBVM

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    Educational policy choices made at any given time can tell us a great deal about the role of the state within a particular society and its attitude to diversity within a contemporary culture.

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  • Regulating Finance: Poachers Turned Gamekeepers

    Patrick Riordan SJ

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    Vatican watchers have been surprised recently by a new publication addressing issues of justice in financial affairs…The Congregation for the Doctrine of the Faith (CDF) and the Dicastery for Promoting Integral Human Development have together issued the document with the long but modest title Considerations for an Ethical Discernment Regarding Some Aspects of the Present Economic- Financial System….

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  • Republican Dissent among Irish Jesuits during the Civil War, 1922-1923

    Olivia Frehill

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    Olivia Frehill

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  • Richard Elmore: Forgotten Emancipationist

    Caoimhin de Bhailis

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    Richard John Elmore is one of the many nineteenth-century political campaigners who have fallen out of view, and hence consideration, when we discuss the history of the period. Elmore was an activist who made valuable contributions to the debate on Catholic Emancipation

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  • Rights in an Age of Brexit: Reflections from an Irish Perspective

    Fiona de Londras

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    Fiona de Londras, an Irish woman in Britain and professor of Global Legal Studies at the University of Birmingham, offers an Irish perspective on Brexit

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  • Robert Southwell’s ‘A Vale of Tears’ as a Critique of Pastoral Poetry

    Gary Bouchard

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    Gary Bouchard

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  • Scotland, Ireland and the Vision of a ‘British’ Protestant Reformation

    Jane Dawson

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    Scotland, Ireland and the Vision of a ‘British’ Protestant Reformation

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  • Speaking Truth to Power: Theology, Politics and Protest in Israel

    Celia G Kenny

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    To oppose populism it is essential that we speak truth to power. Celia G Kenny makes exactly this point, using the poetry of Israeli poet Tuvia Ruebner. To poetry, Kenny argues, we must turn in order to imagine new possibilities both political and personal.

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