Welcome to the Field Day Podcast

Seeing as we are facing into yet another economic crash, it’s a good time to think about how societies organise themselves in times of crisis. As historian Patrick Doyle explains in our current episode, there is often a turn towards cooperative forms of economic activity at times like this.

Patrick Doyle’s book on the Cooperative Movement is published by Manchester University Press.

This episode is presented in association with the Dublin Review of Books. We heartily recommend the drb to supporters of Field Day. In the words of Seamus Deane: “The drb sustains a level of commentary on Irish and international matters that no other journal in Ireland and few elsewhere can reach.”


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The Field Day Podcast is produced and presented by Cormac Deane, and occasionally presented by Feargus Denman. 

4 Replies to “Welcome to the Field Day Podcast”

  1. Joseph Chambers says:

    interesting piece of information, any more to follow

  2. Joseph Chambers says:

    all of these clips would seem to come from Pathe; is there anything from Movietone?

  3. Field Day says:

    Check the bottom of the page for the shownotes. Links there and more information. https://fieldday.ie/ciara-chambers-on-irish-newsreels/

  4. Conor Fitzgerald Deane says:

    Enjoyed this one. More economics, please. Knock David McWilliams off his parrot perch and take way his mirror.

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