My book review of Rowley’s essential book on Dublin’s architecture is now available as a PDF here and online at the Irish Geography website (subscription). I am really looking forward to how the other volumes are worked through in the coming time.
Originally posted on Ireland after NAMA:
In late January, the Irish Times reported that the Fine Gael Minister for Transport Paschal Donohoe was pressing ahead with the privatisation of a number of Dublin Bus and Bus Éireann routes. This is a proposal that has been doing the rounds for years. It has been part of…
I am not the clearest of writers. I do not always have a clear aim to my verbal utterances and this is often carried through in my written word. Strangely, this seems to be particularly true for any academic writing I do. I currently have two papers in a review process and reviewers’ comments indicate … More Writing clarity
Eoin O’Mahony, UCD Phil Lawton, Maynooth University If you walk through the south of Dublin’s city centre right now you cannot fail to notice the large amount of building work going on. Molesworth street is being reshaped with several government offices moving to smaller offices and the Luas works wind their way interminably through the … More Hoarding capital
Originally posted on David Wachsmuth:
For the last several months I’ve been working with Alexander Weisler (a recent MUP graduate from the School of Urban Planning at McGill) on a paper which explores the connection between short-term rentals and gentrification. We use a case study of Airbnb in New York City, based on a lot of number…