Leagan Gaeilge

2014 Events

Follow the links below to learn more about commemorations as they happen.

30 September 2014: Irish Research Council announces funding for ‘Decade of Centenary’ projects

On 30 September 2014 the Irish Research Council announced details of its ‘New foundations’ scheme for 2014. The  scheme is intended to support eligible researchers who intend […]


26 September—8 October 2014: Dublin Festival of History

The Dublin Festival of History ran from 26 September to 8 October 2014. The festival, which is managed by Dublin Public Libraries, was first hosted […]


25 September 2014: Beginning of debate series on ‘Ireland, 1912-1923: an island in turmoil and transition’, Belfast

On 25 September a series of debates began in Belfast entitled ‘Ireland 1912-1923: an island in turmoil and transition’. The debates addressed seven key issues […]


25 September 2014: Catriona Pennell lecture on ‘Ireland’s entry into war, 1914: Acceptance or refusal?’, Ulster Museum, Belfast

On 25 September 2014 Catriona Pennell (Exeter) gave a lecture in the Ulster Museum, Belfast, as part of the joint lecture series being organised by […]


24 September 2014: ‘Remembering World War One: the Donegal story’, Donegal County Museum, Letterkenny

On Wednesday 24 September 2014 Donegal County Museum’s major new exhibition on Donegal and World War One was officially opened. The exhibition tells the story of World […]


21 September 2014: Rededication of WW1 graves, Deans Grange Cemetery, Dublin

On Sunday September 21, 2014 An Cathaoirleach of Dún Laoghaire-Rathdown County Council, Cllr. Marie Baker, oversaw the rededication of the graves of a number of […]


20-21 September 2014: ‘”Their name liveth for evermore”: Cahir and World War One, 1914-18’, Cahir, Co. Tipperary

On 20-21 September Cahir Social and Historical Society organised a two-day commemorative event entitled ‘”Their name liveth for evermore”: Cahir and the World War On, […]


19 September 2014: World War One event for Culture Night, Holy Cross College, Drumcondra, Dublin

From 6pm to 9pm on Culture Night, Friday 19 September, Holy Cross College, Drumcondra, hosted an event highlighting its links to the First World War. There […]


19 September 2014: ‘The road to Woodenbridge’, Culture Night, UCD Newman House, Dublin

From 6pm to 9pm on Culture Night, Friday 19 September, UCD’s Newman House hosted an event entitled ‘Acts and arms: the road to Woodenbridge, September 1914’, […]



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