The role of place in the documentary recordings of memories from the iconic prison, the Maze and Long Kesh, which was a touchstone and tinderbox for the political confict known as the 'Troubles' in the North of Ireland. Each of the participants explore the now empty site as they walk and talk their way around the traces of what was Europe's largest high security prison.
|Title of host publication||Re-mapping the Field: New Approaches in Conflict Archeology|
|Publication status||Published - 1 May 2006|
McLaughlin, C. (2006). Touchstone and Tinderbox: Documenting memories inside the North of Ireland's Long Kesh and Maze Prison. In Re-mapping the Field: New Approaches in Conflict Archeology (pp. 81-86). Westkreuz-Verlag.