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 Ireland, Europe and India’. This symposium was held to commemorate 100 years of Suffrage in Ireland. It draws together established and early-career scholars in the fields of history, politics, art…

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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’. This will commemorate the centenary of the election of Constance Markievicz, as the first female Westminster MP in December 1918. The conference opened on Friday 11 May with keynote addresses by…

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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…

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