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5 October 2018: History Ireland Hedge School: ‘1918-2018: A century of women’s activism’, Dublin City Hall, Dublin 2

On Friday 5 October Dublin City Hall, Dame St, Dublin 2, will host a History Ireland ‘Hedge School’ debate entitled ‘1918-2018: A century of women’s activism’. A century […]


27-29 September 2018: Douglas Hyde Conference: ‘People, place & time: Converging histories’, Ballaghederreen, Co. Roscommon

From Thursday 27 September to Saturday 29 September 2018 the thirtieth Douglas Hyde Conference will in Ballaghaderreen, Co Roscommon. The conference was established in 1988 in […]


14 September 2018: ‘Protest through print: Women’s suffrage and print media centenary seminar’, National Print Museum, Dublin 4

On Friday 14 September 2018 the National Print Museum hosted a day-long seminar exploring the use of print media by Irish suffragists and their opponents […]


1 September 2018: ‘Limerick 1918–23: New approaches’, Mary Immaculate College, Limerick

On Saturday 1 September 2018 the Department of History, Mary Immaculate College, Limerick, will hosted a one-day conference entitled ‘Limerick 1918–23: New approaches. This will bring […]


4-5 August 2018: Centenary of ‘Gaelic Sunday’, 1918

On Saturday 4 and Sunday 5 of August the GAA hosted a nationwide programme of events to mark the centenary of Gaelic Sunday, 4 August […]


8 July 2018: National Day of Commemoration, Collins Barracks, Dublin 7

On Sunday 8 July 2018 the principally ceremony of the National Day of Commemoration took place in Dublin. The ceremony is a multi-faith service of […]


9 June 2018: Lá na mBan commemoration, Mansion House, Dublin 1

On Saturday 9 June 2019 SIPTU hosted a commemorative event in the forecourt of the Mansion House, Dublin to mark the centenary of ‘Lá na […]


8-9 June 2018: ‘Irish military seminar’, Newbridge, Co. Kildare

On Friday 8 and Saturday 9 June 2018 the second ‘Irish Military Seminar’ took place at the Riverbank Arts Centre, Newbridge, Co. Kildare. The aim of […]


28 May 2018: ‘Female enfranchisement and its limitations, 1918-2018: Gender, politics, class, and caste in Ireland, Europe and India’, Trinity College Dublin, Dublin 2

On Monday 28 May 2018 Trinity College Dublin  hosted a one-day seminar entitled ‘Female enfranchisement and its limitations, 1918-2018: Gender, politics, class, and caste in […]


17 May-30 September 2018: ‘Print, protest, and the polls: The Irish women’s suffrage campaign and the power of print media, 1908–1918’, National Print Museum, Dublin 4

From Thursday 17 May 2018 the National Print Museum, Beggars Bush Barracks, Haddington Road, Dublin 4, will present a new exhibition entitled Print, protest, and the […]


11-12 May 2018: ‘Interrogating Markievicz: Gender, class and activism, 1918-2018’, Richmond Barracks, Dublin 8

On Friday 11 and Saturday 12 May Richmond Barracks in association with UCD Gender studies  hosted a conference entitled ‘Interrogating Markievicz:  Gender, class and activism’. […]


3 April 2018: Dublin City Library and Archive lunchtime lecture series: ‘”Doing their bit”: Irish women and the First World War’, Dublin City Hall, Dublin 2

On Tuesday 3 April Dublin City Library and Archive  presented the first in their new series of lunchtime lectures, entitled ‘”Doing their bit”: Irish women […]


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 […]



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