The Gerald Keogh Identity Series
This website hosted The Gerald Keogh Identity Series, a popular collection of features that ran online from 2015 to 2017. It consisted of 26 articles on identity and a three-part essay on Irish national identity. They have been removed from the site and their salient issues have been incorporated into a new book whose provisional (pre-publication) title is:
Irish Identity? A new vision of Irishness on the anniversary of independence
The GKIS was named after Irish Volunteer Gerald Keogh (granduncle of Raymond Keogh) who was gunned down outside Trinity College Dublin on Anzac Day 1916 (see here).
Reaction to the GKIS
“… a valuable–and provocative–challenge to the dominant narrative“
The Little Museum @
Non-Stop Connolly @
“… a good read“
Staten Ireland Fair @
“A great series of articles …”
Dot Irish @
NOTE Interest in the GKIS is also indicated in the average session duration for visitors to the website which was 6.2 minutes (9.2 minutes in Ireland) during the presentation of the series.