On Friday 26 May 2017 Trinity College Dublin’s  Long Room Hub Arts and Humanities Institute hosted a one-day seminar entitled ‘Gender, citizenship and subjectivity in revolutionary Ireland and Europe, c. 1917-1922’. This was an international, cross-disciplinary symposium examining the manner in which ordinary, non-combatant women narrated their identities during the revolutionary period 1917-1922 in both Ireland and Europe. It was funded by the Irish Research Council’s ‘New Foundations’s scheme.

Learn more about the symposium here.


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