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Free extract: After urban regeneration by Dave O'Brien and Peter Matthews

After urban regeneration by Dave O’Brien and Peter Matthews publishes today and to celebrate we’re making the book’s Introduction free to access. So if you’re waiting for your pre-ordered copy to arrive or simply interested to find out more, read on… 222 more words

Author Blog

Smartphone booking values up 198% year on year, finds study


By Travolution

The average value of bookings on smartphones has grown significantly, up 198% year on year, while tablet booking values have risen by just 17%. 226 more words


Ireland imagining an alternative politics

Does it not seem that the most important thing about the forthcoming event being organised by Ireland’s new political movement, the Reform Alliance (RA), in the Royal Dublin Society’s conference centre on 25 January is first and foremost the challenge it throws down to us to free our imagination? 1,594 more words

Culture Matters

'Sorry I Missed You' card from Peter Mathews -Fine Gael -2011 General Election -Dublin South

From the 2011 General Election a simple ‘Sorry I Missed You’ card from Fine Gael Dublin South candidate , Peter Mathews. Mathews was elected and has since lost the whip.

Irish Politics

can you write about mess in your thesis and if so how? part two

Peter Matthews continues his post about writing about the messy bits of his research.

In my previous post I reported the “positive story” of my fieldwork – reflecting on that feeling of “connection” with my research participants in the narrative interview context. 2,226 more words


can you write about mess in your thesis, and if so, how? part one

This post is written by Dr Peter Matthews who works in the School of the Built Environment at Herriott Watt. Peter’s blog is Urbanity…History and he tweets as @urbaneprofessor. 1,356 more words

Academic Writing

Upper Canada Rebellion: Wikipedia's Gallery

Above is a photograph of William Lyon Mackenzie who, along with Louis-Joseph Papineau, worked to bring about responsible government. Neither William Lyon Mackenzie nor Louis-Joseph Papineau wanted Britain to take money the Canadas had levied from its citizens to attend to the needs of the Canadas. 542 more words