Kerron Ó Luain

Dr Kerron Ó Luain is an historian from Dublin, Ireland. His most recent publication, Rathcoole and the United Irish Rebellions, 1798-1803, charts the emergence of radical Irish republican thought, and consequent military action, in his hometown.

“Compulsory Irish”: the Place of the Irish Language in Ireland’s Post-Colonial Education System

Ireland’s Gaelic Athletic Association: a Vehicle for Social Solidarity or for Social Consensus?

Class Disparities and Child Abuse in Ireland 2020

There is a Spectre Haunting Ireland: Emigration

The Soviet Century

The Longue Durée: Commemorating RIC and Black & Tan Colonialism

The Irish Language and Marxist Materialism

What the “White Irish Slaves” Meme Tells Us About Identity Politics

“Radical Ireland’s Dead And Gone”: The Protest Outside Simon Harris’ Home

Captain Moonlight Revived: Ireland’s New Land War?

Creeping Neo-Fascism in Ireland and the “Open Borders” Question

Poppy Fascism and the English Education System

Ireland’s Gaeltacht Regions: Transitioning Into Oblivion?