The new issue of ‘History Ireland’ is in the shops. As usual it covers a broad range of historical topics, this month they include:
Donal Fallon: New radical voices in the Irish Newspaper Archives
Fiona Fitzsimons: Ordnance Survey employment
Kenneth Milne: Disestablishment—in the nick
Quincey Dougan: The Orange revival in King’s
and the feature article by Prof Linda Connolly, ‘Sexual violence and the Irish Revolution’.
Continuing this theme of research:
‘An inconvenient truth? Sexual violence and the Irish Revolution’: Hedge School, Tuesday 26 Nov, 7pm in the National Photographic Archive, Temple Bar.
The panel with Tommy Graham will be Linda Connolly, Lindsey Earner-Byrne, Tom Clonan and Brian Hanley.