On Thursday 2 March 2017 Glasnevin Trust and Trinity College Dublin  presented the last in a series of lectures on ‘Ireland and the world after the Rising’. Kate O’Malley (RIA Documents on Irish Foreign Policy)  presented a lecture entitled ”Women of the Irish Revolution and India: Maud Gonne, Charlotte Despard, Mollie Woods, and the struggle for…

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On Thursday 23 February 2017 Glasnevin Trust and Trinity College Dublin presented the fifth in a series of lectures on ‘Ireland and the world after the Rising’. Liz Gillis (RTÉ) will present a lecture entitled ‘The Hales brothers and the Irish revolution, 1916-23’. This told the story of the Hales brothers from West Cork epitomises the whole revolutionary…

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On Thursday 16 February 2017 Glasnevin Trust and Trinity College Dublin presented the fourth in a series of lectures on ‘Ireland and the world after the Rising’. Conor Kostick will present a lecture entitled ‘Ireland and the Russian Revolution, 1917′. The Irish revolutionary period of 1916 – 1923 was profoundly shaped by its international context. And…

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On Thursday 9 February 2017 Glasnevin Trust and Trinity College Dublin presented the third in a series of lectures on ‘Ireland and the world after the Rising’. Myles Duncan (RTÉ) and Nerys Williams (UCD) presented a joint lecture entitled ‘Poets of the black chair: Francis Ledwidge and Hedd Wynn, 1887-1917’. Francis Ledwidge is one of the…

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On Thursday 2 February 2017 Glasnevin Trust and Trinity College Dublin presented the second in a series of lectures on ‘Ireland and the world after the Rising’. Michael Kennedy (RIA) will give a lecture entitled ‘Ireland and the war at sea, 1917’. Popular memory often recalls the sinking of Lusitania and Leinster off the Irish coast…

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On Thursday 26 January 2017 Glasnevin Trust and Trinity College Dublin presented the first in a series of lectures on ‘Ireland and the world after the Rising’. Brian Hanley will give a lecture entitled ‘The Rising and its aftermath in Phibsborough and Glasnevin, 1916-17’. The area around Phibsborough and Glasnevin was a hotbed of radical activity…

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