Posts by John Gibney

1 April 2019: Publication of History Ireland supplement on ‘The Irish revolution, 1919-21: A global history’.

On Monday 1 April 2019 the third in a series of special supplements to History Ireland’s special commemorative series on the Irish revolution will be published. The Irish revolution, 1919-21: A global history, is edited by Tommy Graham, Brian Hanley and Fearghal McGarry. Featuring  contributions from a host of scholars in the field, will focus on…

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13 April 2019: History Ireland ‘Hedge School’: ‘The Irish Revolution—local or global?’, Cobh Library, Co. Cork

On Saturday 13 April 2019, as part of CAFE Readers’ and Writers’ Festival, Cobh Library, Co. Cork, will host a History Ireland ‘Hedge School’ entitled ‘The Irish Revolution—local or global?‘ The runaway success of the  Atlas of the Irish Revolution (and the recent parallel TV series), along with the proliferation of microstudies of the War of Independence…

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12 April 2019: History Ireland ‘Hedge School: ‘A Century of Women’: From 1919 in the wake of the Great War up to 2019’, Linen Hall Library, Belfast

On Friday 12 April 2019 the Linen Hall Library, Belfast, will host a History Ireland ‘Hedge School’ debate on ‘”A century of women”’: From 1919 in the wake of the Great War up to 2019′. This Hedge School runs in conjunction with the current women’s history exhibition at the Linen Hall Library which aims to showcase…

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27 March 2019: Glasnevin Trust/TCD Spring lecture on ‘Uncovering the ordinary experience of extraordinary times: Ireland, 1917-1927’, Glasnevin Cemetery Museum, Dublin 11

In March 2019 Glasnevin Trust, in conjunction with the School of History and Humanities at Trinity College Dublin, hosted its annual Spring lecture series on the theme of ‘Social History and the Irish Revolution’ every Wednesday evening in March at 7.00pm. The fourth and final lecture in the series was delivered by Dr Richard McElligott…

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20 March 2019: Glasnevin Trust/TCD Spring lecture on ‘”This is supposed to be a civilised country and part of Great Britain!” Southern Irish Loyalists and Revolution’, Glasnevin Cemetery Museum, Dublin 11

In March 2019 Glasnevin Trust, in conjunction with the School of History and Humanities at Trinity College Dublin,  hosted its annual Spring lecture series on the theme of ‘Social History and the Irish Revolution’ every Wednesday evening in March at 7.00pm. The third lecture in the series was delivered by Dr Brian Hughes (Mary Immaculate…

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13 March 2019: Glasnevin Trust/TCD Spring lecture on ‘Is everything we loved gone forever? The burning of Irish country houses during the War of Independence’, Glasnevin Cemetery Museum, Dublin 11

In March 2019 Glasnevin Trust, in conjunction with the School of History and Humanities at Trinity College Dublin, is hosting its annual Spring lecture series on the theme of ‘Social History and the Irish Revolution’ every Wednesday evening in March at 7.00pm. The second lecture in the series was delivered by Prof. Terence Dooley (Maynooth…

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6 March 2019: Glasnevin Trust/TCD Spring lecture on ‘Towards a further understanding of the violence experienced by women in the Irish revolution’, Glasnevin Cemetery Museum, Dublin 11

In March 2019 Glasnevin Trust, in conjunction with the School of History and Humanities at Trinity College Dublin, is hosting its annual Spring lecture series on the theme of ‘Social History and the Irish Revolution’ every Wednesday evening in March at 7.00pm. The first lecture in the series was delivered by Prof. Linda Connolly (Maynooth…

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