Transnational Ireland is an international research network concerned with exploring the history of modern Ireland using a transnational approach. Each participant has specific research interests in political, social and cultural history, yet all are committed to using a transnational methodology. The aim is to investigate the challenges and benefits of transnational methodologies and locate the Irish experience within broader international and global contexts. The network has held three meetings to date: two discussion-based workshops on the theory and practice of doing transnational history in an Irish context at Trinity College Dublin (September 2012) and the University of Edinburgh (December 2012), followed by a very successful postgraduate workshop on research issues related to transnational history at Trinity College Dublin in April 2013. On this website you will find further details of core network members, past events, contact details and a short bibliography for those interested in reading more about transnational Ireland.