Today marks 80 years since James Joyce's death. Joyce’s flirtation with organized socialist politics was brief, but he continued to find inspiration in socialist texts throughout his life.
Donal Fallon is a historian, editor of the social history blog Come Here to Me and a biographer of the 1916 revolutionary John MacBride.
This St. Patrick's Day we remember the 1867 Fenian uprising — and its radical vision of an Irish Republic.
The methods and politics of the Paris Commune served as inspiration for Easter Rising leaders like James Connolly.