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Some signs are secret, some manifest
The space was charged with these memories that are presences now as real as the chalk that still marked the floor, presences that claim space alongside the official military and religious narratives in the chapel’s history. We, as many others have and will, are making different stories and experiences material in the chapel and in ourselves, working with histories that have been lived through us but that exceed us as individuals. read more…Friday, 28 April, 2023
Tearmann Aiteach at the Conference of Irish Geographers 2023
17 May 2023
As part of this year’s Conference of Irish Geographers, Fearghus and Isabella Oberländer will be presenting a paper on Tearmann Aiteach/Queer Sanctuaries. The presentation will be one of several in the Art and Geography session titled “Colonial Resilience vs Anticolonial Imaginaries: Collaborative Geographies” chaired by Sarah Lincoln and convened by Rachel McArdle, Zoë O’Reilly, Dean Phelan and Karen Till.