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Martina Byrne and Brid Ni Chonaill

Martina Byrne

Dr. Martina Byrne is a Teaching Fellow in the Department of Sociology, Trinity College Dublin (TCD). Her research interests include intersections of class, race, and ethnicity in contemporary Ireland.

Department of Sociology
Trinity College Dublin
3 College Green
Dublin 2

Email: byrnem19@tcd.ie
Web: http://tcd.academia.edu/MartinaByrne

Please direct correspondence about this article to Martina Byrne

Brid Ni Chonaill

Dr Bríd Ní Chonaill is a lecturer at the Institute of Technology Blanchardstown, Dublin. She has delivered courses and carried out research on French culture and society with particular focus on linguistic diversity in France, language policy, and issues concerning immigration. Having broadened her research interests to immigration in the Irish context she currently lectures and researches in this field. She completed an IRCHSS funded project entitled ‘Perceptions of Migrants in the Blanchardstown Area: Local Views’ in 2009 and finished a two year Dormant Account funded project regarding migrant parents and the transition to third level education in Ireland in 2011.

Blanchardstown Road
Dublin 15

Email: brid.nichonaill@itb.ie