Encounters with Jack B. Yeats

To mark the occasion of Jack B Yeats 150th anniversary, The Model presented a new six-episode Podcast series, called Encounters with Jack B Yeats. The series featured rediscovered original audio of Yeats in conversation with curator Thomas MacGreevy; re-enacted source material by Yeats’ peer, the writer and activist Dorothy Macardle; alongside contemporary responses by artists Ruth Clinton…

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October 2021

News and updates on the programme of commemorations relating to the events in Irish history that took place between 1912 and 1923.  If you would like to inform us of any suitable material for future newsletters – anything related to the Decade of Centenaries – please feel free to email centenaries@historyireland.com.    1. Lectures and Events (some require registration)   Dublin Festival of History  DETAILS &…

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September 2021

News and updates on the programme of commemorations relating to the events in Irish history that took place between 1912 and 1923.  If you would like to inform us of any suitable material for future newsletters – anything related to the Decade of Centenaries – please feel free to email centenaries@historyireland.com.    1. Lectures and Events (some require registration)   Dublin Festival of History  DETAILS &…

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Negotiations: New Perspectives and Appraisals of the Anglo-Irish Treaty, 1921-2021

Negotiating the Negotiations: New Perspectives and Appraisals of the Anglo-Irish Treaty, 1921-2021 University College Cork School of History. Registration *here* October 2021 marks the centenary of the Anglo-Irish Conference held in London which lasted from 11 October to 6 December 1921.  The negotiations produced the Anglo-Irish Treaty, which created the Irish Free State following its approval…

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History, Storytelling and the 1916 Rising

History, Storytelling and the 1916 Rising –  In Conversation with Cilian Fennell – Creator & Producer of RTÉ’s Award-Winning Centenary (2016) Global Irish Network webinar Hosted by the Irish History Research Group, University of Edinburgh Wednesday 6 October 20217.00 pm BST/ 2.00 pm EST Zoom Followed by a Panel DiscussionSarah-Anne Buckley (NUIG)Roisín Higgins (Teesside)P. J. Mathews…

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Crowd-funding the revolution—the underground administration

New History Ireland Hedge School PODCAST Crowd-funding the revolution—the underground administration Dáil Éireann sought not only to take back the political control lost in the 1800 Act of Union, but also the fiscal and monetary powers lost with the merger of the Irish and British exchequers in 1817. Italso established a parallel legal system, the…

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