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"...or else the lie around". Time, Space and the Everyday in Post-Independence Dublin. Working Paper No. 3 (2014)

Ördén, Hedvig LU (2014) In Working paper Series
Abstract
This essay aims to understand the time and space of the everyday in postindependence

Dublin. Methodologically, the approach is hermeneutic. Theory and method can thus not be separated: it is at the same time a heuristic pursuit as an empirical investigation. The Magdalen Asylums, an urban network of coercive state-religious institutions for unmarried women, forms the empirical focal point for the reading of time and the everyday. The question of everyday space is addressed by reading national emergency law and Dublin north inner city. Everyday life has long been obscured from view; not only from the national political sphere, but also from the field of research. To date, discussions on Ireland have mainly focused on the Northern... (More)
This essay aims to understand the time and space of the everyday in postindependence

Dublin. Methodologically, the approach is hermeneutic. Theory and method can thus not be separated: it is at the same time a heuristic pursuit as an empirical investigation. The Magdalen Asylums, an urban network of coercive state-religious institutions for unmarried women, forms the empirical focal point for the reading of time and the everyday. The question of everyday space is addressed by reading national emergency law and Dublin north inner city. Everyday life has long been obscured from view; not only from the national political sphere, but also from the field of research. To date, discussions on Ireland have mainly focused on the Northern conflict or Irish democratisation. While Irish nationalism has been investigated, scholars tend to focus on unifying ideas4 rather than their everyday effects. (Less)
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women, divided city, everyday, time, space, Dublin
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37 pages
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Contested Administrations: Conflict resolution and the improvement of democracy
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