The Cracked Art World: Conflict, Austerity, and Community Arts in Northern Ireland
This book presents a nuanced view of Northern Ireland, a place at once deeply mired in its past and seeking to forge a new future for itself as a 'post-post-conflict' place within the context of a changing United Kingdom, a disintegrating Europe, and a globalized world.
- Berghahn Books
- 184 pages
- United Kingdom
- Social & cultural anthropology, ethnography