No Country For Young Men: Artist Publication with 36 images and 4 commissioned texts: The use of child imagery during the Troubles; Childhood, time, and gender; a personal account of 1960s Northern Irish school days

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Abstract

Appropriated from a Belfast School Year book circa 1965-66, these portraits depict youths on the cusp of adulthood during a time of great upheaval in Northern Ireland. Produced as a 36 page newspaper publication with 13 images and 4 commissioned essays authored by Dr Edwin Coomasaru, Orla Fitzpatrick, Sean O'Hagan, and Fearghus Roulston.

The authors reflect upon these portraitsfrom very different perspectives - a personal account of Northern Irish school days in the 1960s; the use of child imagery during the Troubles; childhood, time, and gender.
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationBrighton, United Kingdom
Number of pages36
Volume1
Edition1
Publication statusPublished - 4 Dec 2020

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