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An Anthropological Approach to mHealth: Health & Care in the Smartphone Age

alex.clegg , March 3rd, 2022


Author: Charlotte Hawkins As part of the ASSA project, we are currently working to publish a volume called: ‘An Anthropological Approach to mHealth: Health & Care in the…


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2021 round-up and happy new year!

Laura Haapio-Kirk , December 31st, 2021


By Danny Miller and Laura Haapio-Kirk 2021, despite its difficulties, has been a key year for the ASSA project. The high point for us was in May with…


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The Emerald Curtain

Chelsea Horton , November 15th, 2019


Four reflections on Brexit and borders on the island of Ireland. You will never know unless you go A fisherman clad in a green anorak sits in a…


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Thomas Strong: Dispossession as historical allegory: Observing Dublin’s housing crisis

Focaal Web Editor , October 12th, 2018


In Dublin today, an intensifying housing crisis is provoking a dramatic public response. Activists, spearheaded by groups like Dublin Central Housing Action, occupy empty properties, draping banners f…


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Protected: Irish Writers, Anthropologically Speaking: An Interview with Helena Wulff

Helena Wulff on her new book, Rhythms of Writing

| , April 9th, 2018


https://www.bloomsbury.com/uk/rhythms-of-writing-9781474244152/ Interview by Ilana Gershon Ilana Gershon: When you are at a book event for an Irish author, how do you explain what an anthropologist b…


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25 Years without the Berlin Wall

Donnchadh Mac an Ghoill , November 9th, 2014


Needless to say, the end of foreign imposed partition is an occasion of joy for any country. Here in Ireland, we look forward to the day when the…


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From Sligo to the Big Apple

Daniel Winfree Papuga , September 26th, 2014


One hundred years ago, in October 1914, Irish fiddle player Michael Coleman left his native County Sligo to travel to America. He first got work performing at music…


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From Sligo to the Big Apple

Daniel Winfree Papuga , September 26th, 2014


One hundred years ago, in October 1914, Irish fiddle player Michael Coleman left his native County Sligo to travel to America. He first got work performing at music…


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From Sligo to the Big Apple

Daniel Winfree Papuga , September 26th, 2014


One hundred years ago, in October 1914, Irish fiddle player Michael Coleman left his native County Sligo to travel to America. He first got work performing at music…


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From Sligo to the Big Apple

Daniel Winfree Papuga , September 26th, 2014


One hundred years ago, in October 1914, Irish fiddle player Michael Coleman left his native County Sligo to travel to America. He first got work performing at music…


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Mr. Bones

Daniel Winfree Papuga , March 10th, 2014


It was at an Irish bar South of San Francisco one evening in 1978. I had been playing flute for a Step Dancing group, and afterwards started talking…


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Mr. Bones

Daniel Winfree Papuga , March 10th, 2014


It was at an Irish bar South of San Francisco one evening in 1978. I had been playing flute for a Step Dancing group, and afterwards started talking…


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Mr. Bones

Daniel Winfree Papuga , March 10th, 2014


It was at an Irish bar South of San Francisco one evening in 1978. I had been playing flute for a Step Dancing group, and afterwards started talking…


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Mr. Bones

Daniel Winfree Papuga , March 10th, 2014


It was at an Irish bar South of San Francisco one evening in 1978. I had been playing flute for a Step Dancing group, and afterwards started talking…


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In Tune at Trinity

Daniel Winfree Papuga , February 27th, 2014


A few days ago, I had the opportunity to visit a Dublin exhibition named “In Tune: A Millennium of Music in Trinity College Library“. The exhibition shows many…


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In Tune at Trinity

Daniel Winfree Papuga , February 27th, 2014


A few days ago, I had the opportunity to visit a Dublin exhibition named “In Tune: A Millennium of Music in Trinity College Library“. The exhibition shows many…


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In Tune at Trinity

Daniel Winfree Papuga , February 27th, 2014


A few days ago, I had the opportunity to visit a Dublin exhibition named “In Tune: A Millennium of Music in Trinity College Library“. The exhibition shows many…


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In Tune at Trinity

Daniel Winfree Papuga , February 27th, 2014


A few days ago, I had the opportunity to visit a Dublin exhibition named “In Tune: A Millennium of Music in Trinity College Library“. The exhibition shows many…


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The keyed bugle

Daniel Winfree Papuga , March 7th, 2013


“We don’t develop in a box”, says Steve Dillon, referring to international music connections during the 19th century. The keyed bugle was invented in Ireland in 1810, around…


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The keyed bugle

Daniel Winfree Papuga , March 7th, 2013


“We don’t develop in a box”, says Steve Dillon, referring to international music connections during the 19th century. The keyed bugle was invented in Ireland in 1810, around…


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The keyed bugle

Daniel Winfree Papuga , March 7th, 2013


“We don’t develop in a box”, says Steve Dillon, referring to international music connections during the 19th century. The keyed bugle was invented in Ireland in 1810, around…


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The keyed bugle

Daniel Winfree Papuga , March 7th, 2013


“We don’t develop in a box”, says Steve Dillon, referring to international music connections during the 19th century. The keyed bugle was invented in Ireland in 1810, around…


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Mnemonics of the Universal Break

Daniel Winfree Papuga , November 25th, 2012


Djembe teacher Bruce Harding suggests that students use language to help remember rhythmic patterns: Bruce uses the mnemonic phrase “this is a universal break” as a memory aid,…


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