NEW PUBLICATION “IRISH FAMINES BEFORE AND AFTER THE GREAT HUNGER”
The focus on the Great Hunger has overshadowed other periods of famine and food shortages in Ireland and their influences on a society in which poverty, hunger, emigration, and even death, were part of the life cycle and not unique to the 1840s.
This book features Essays from the June 12–15, 2019 Conference of the same title at Quinnipiac University, Connecticut. You can find the book online at kennys.ie Cork University Press and Amazon
Edited by Christine Kinealy and Gerard Moran
Christine Kinealy is Director of Ireland’s Great Hunger Institute at Quinnipiac University. Gerard Moran is an Emeritus Researcher at the University of Galway.