Aoife O’Leary McNeice
2nd Year PhD student in the Faculty of History, University of Cambridge | MSc in Literature and Society, University of Edinburgh | BA in English and History, University College Cork.
Current Research: Global Humanitarian Networks During the Great Irish Famine
Interests: Gender | Humanitarianism and Human Rights | Libraries | Public History | Revolutions | Travel Literature
- ‘A Celebrity Chef’s Recipe for Famine Soup‘, 24 December 2019.
- ‘Current affairs or old news? DHP at the Festival of Ideas‘, 22 October 2019.
- ‘Shipwrecks and Sand dunes: A Brief History of Sable Island’, 18 June 2019.
- ‘Angela Davis in conversation: legacies, lessons and reflections on resistance, justice and hope’, 30 April 2019.
- ‘From the Jarrow Crusade to the Brexit Blues: historical protests and expressions of direct action’, 9 April 2019.
- ‘Bored Bluestockings and Frivolous Flirts: The Necessary Adaptations of Early Female University Students in Ireland’, 12 February 2019.
- ‘Moving Statues and Moving Away from the Catholic Church in Ireland’, 18 December 2018.
- ‘A Bank Cheque for £146.17.9’, 2018 Advent Calendar, 14 December 2018.
- ‘Mike Leigh’s Peterloo: Inequality and resistance in nineteenth-century Britain’, 20 November 2018.