Daring to Dream is a book documenting the work of The Hope Foundation in India by Cork sociologist, Ethel Crowley. The book is a celebration of HOPE’s work among the underprivileged of Kolkata’s street and slum communities. It is the fruition of Ethel’s six weeks of research with HOPE in Kolkata in Nov/Dec 2009.
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Ethel Crowley has lectured in sociology at University College Cork, Trinity College Dublin and with the Open University in the UK. She has published in the areas of women’s studies, development, globalisation, rural sociology and contemporary Irish society. She is the author of Land Matters: Power and Struggles in Rural Ireland (Lilliput Press, 2006) and recently It’s Your Place or Mine? Identity and Belonging in 21st Century Ireland (Dublin; Orpen Press, 2013).
For more of Ethel’s work visit her website www.ethelcrowley.com