Project Publications & Outputs
Publishing the research outputs of the Waterford Memories Project is an important way of addressing the project's aim to encourage collaboration and education about Ireland's history of coercive confinement. Publishing also helps to preserve the project's work in the permanent records of research in the field. Academic publications undergo a process called "peer review" where experts in a similar field review the work to ensure that the work is valid and robust.
We would like to highlight that there is no financial income generated from these academic publications for the authors and/or the Waterford Memories Project.