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2 Jan.-28 Feb. 2018: ‘Suffragist city: Women and the vote in Dublin’, Dublin City Library and Archive, Dublin 2

From 2 January to 28 February 2018 Dublin City Library and Archive hosted a new exhibition entitled Suffragist city: Women and the vote in Dublin. Suffragism was […]

1-3 December 2017: ‘Street stories’ festival, Dublin 7

From Friday 1 December to Sunday 3 December the annual Stoneybatter and Smithfield People’s History Project ‘Street Stories’ festival took place in a range of […]

4 October 2017: Launch of ‘Hanna Sheehy Skeffington, suffragette and Sinn Féiner: Her memoirs and political writings’, Royal Irish Academy, Dublin 2

On Wednesday 4 October the Royal Irish Academy hosted the launch of Hanna Sheehy Skeffington, suffragette and Sinn Féiner: Her memoirs and political writings, edited by Margaret […]

13 September 2017: Launch of ‘Atlas of the Irish Revolution’, Irish Architectural Archive, Dublin 2

On Wednesday 13 September the Irish Architectural Archive, 45 Merrion Square, Dublin 2, hosted the launch of the Atlas of the Irish Revolution, edited by […]

1 September 2017: ‘Women and the Irish revolution, 1917-23: Feminism, violence, nationalism’, Royal Irish Academy, Dawson St, Dublin 2

On Friday 1 September 2017 the Royal Irish Academy hosted a one day conference organised by Maynooth University, entitled ‘Women and the Irish revolution, 1917-23: […]

28-29 June 2017: Launches of Terence Dooley’s ‘Monaghan: the Irish Revolution, 1912-23’, Co. Monaghan

On Wednesday 28 June and Thursday 29 June Four Courts Press presented two launches of the latest in its series of county histories of the […]

21 April 2017: History Ireland ‘Hedge School’: “‘Now you see them, now you don’t’: women in the Irish revolution’, Mechanics Institute, Galway

On Friday 21 April, as part of the Women’s History Association of Ireland annual conference, a History Ireland ‘Hedge School’ debate took place in the […]

1 April 2017: Lecture: ‘Beyond 1916: Cumann na mBan and Revolutionary Propaganda’, GPO, Dublin 2

On Saturday 1 April 2017  Mary McAuliffe (UCD) presented a lecture entitled ‘Beyond 1916: Cumann na mBan and Revolutionary Propaganda’ at GPO Witness History, as part of […]

15-16 September 2016: ‘Revolutionaries in their own right: Irish women in war and revolution’, Strokestown Park House, Co. Roscommon

On Thursday 15 and Friday 16 September 2016 the Irish Heritage Trust, in partnership with Roscommon County Library, hosted a two day seminar entitled ‘Revolutionaries in […]

13-15 May 2016: ‘Ireland’s women: revolution and remembrance’, Lissadell, Co. Sligo

From Friday 13 May to Sunday 15 May Sligo Field Club presented a three day conference entitled ‘Ireland’s women: revolution and remembrance, at Lissadell, Co. […]

8 March 2016: Launch of ‘Richmond Barracks, 1916: “We were there” — 77 women of the Easter Rising’, Royal Hospital Kilmainham, Dublin 8

On 8 March 2016, to mark International Womens Day, the Royal Hospital Kilmainham hosted the launch of Richmond Barracks 1916: “We were there” – 77 […]

5 March 2016: History Ireland ‘Hedge School’ on ‘Women of the Irish revolution’, Ardgillan Castle, Skerries, Co. Dublin

On Saturday 5 March 2016 a History Ireland ‘Hedge School’ debate on ‘Women of the Irish revolution’ took place at 2.30pm in Ardgillan Castle, Skerries, […]

26 November 2015: Cork launch of ‘Letters of 1916’ project, University College Cork

On Thursday 26 November the Cork launch of the Letters of 1916 project took place in University College Cork. The project was originally set up […]

20-21 November 2015: ‘What’s your 1916 story?’ Historical evaluation days, Glasnevin Cemetery, Dublin 11.

On Friday 20 and Saturday 21 November Glasnevin Trust hosted two historical evaluation days related to the 1916 Rising, which provided members of the public […]

18 November 2015: Publication of ‘Irish Times’ supplement ‘Dragons stirring: Ireland six months before the Rising’

On Wednesday 18 November The Irish Times published the latest in its series of ‘Century’ special supplements, with the support of the Department of Arts, Heritage […]

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