Donal Fallon & Sam McGrath (Come Here to Me!) by Real Smart Media published on 2013/07/03 22:07:19 +0000 Donal Fallon & Sam McGrath's paper at the UCD Digital Humanities Exploratorium: Pathways to Interdisciplinarity, Creative Praxis and Digital Humanities Research Conference, UCD Humanities Institute, June 2013. Donal Fallon is one of the team behind the 'Come Here To Me!' website and book. He teaches the class 'Hidden Dublin: From the Monto to Little Jerusalem' with the Adult Education Department of UCD. He works with Historical Insights, Dublin's longest running historical tour company. He is a graduate of NUI Maynooth and UCD (MA Modern Irish History) and his MA thesis on the 'Animal Gangs' of 1930s Dublin will be published by Irish Academic Press in August. Sam McGrath is currently completing the Archives and Record Management Masters course in UCD. His thesis is focused on archives and Web 2.0, based on his digitisation, social media and crowdsourcing work with the Archive of the Irish in Britain. Completing his B.A. in History and Politics in UCD in 2011, he has contributed content to RTE’s ‘The History Show’ and was the author of a series of articles on 'UCD's Hidden History' for The College Tribune. His latest research interests for the Come Here To Me! blog include the history of ethnic restaurants in Dublin and the politics surrounding memorials to assassinated anti-Treaty IRA volunteers in the city. He has previously worked with the Irish Labour History Museum in Dublin, the People's History Museum in Manchester and the Digital Repository of Ireland in Maynooth.