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Modern Dublin> examines this story. Using approaches from urban studies and cultural geography, the author reveals Dublin as a place of complex exchange between a variety of interest groups with different visions for the built environment, and thus for society and the independent nation. In so doing, Erika Hanna adds to growing literatures on civil society, heritage, and cultural politics since independence, and provides a fresh approach to social and cultural change in 1960s Ireland.
Erika Hanna was born in Dublin and grew up in Ireland, Britain, and America. She studied for her BA at the University of Bristol and completed her doctorate on 1960s Dublin at Hertford College, Oxford. She is currently an Early Career Fellow at the Centre for Urban History, University of Leicester.