Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin
Aoibhinn Ní Shúilleabháin is an Irish academic and broadcaster. She is also a past winner of the Rose of Tralee contest, and a musician.
2 books on the list
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The making of inequality in the Irish Free State, 1922–37
Women, power and gender ideology
How did Ireland travel from the glorious Proclamation of 1916 with its promise of equality and universal citizenship to the conservative Constitution of 1937, which allowed for only a domestic identity for women? This book is a study of that journey, an overview of how specific pieces of legislation worked together to create an unequal state. Throu...
The current conversations around maternity leave for TDs, senators & councillors and how “appropriate” a tampon ad might be reminds me of how, from the beginning, our state sought to keep women out of political & public life.Highly recommend this book tracking inequality 1922-37. – source
Aoibhinn Ní ShúilleabháinJul 30, 2020
Meeting a baby is like meeting someone from the internet: you got used to calling them by a weird nickname and now you need to call them by their real name; they look nothing like their photo; it's hard to believe they're real until they are actually there ...The hilarious and poignant cartoons of illustrator Twisteddoodles bring a smile to the fac...
Just finished reading this insightful, honest and funny book from @twisteddoodles. I highly recommend it for new or soon-to-be new moms 🙂 (especially those of twins!) – source
Aoibhinn Ní ShúilleabháinJun 12, 2019