Monthly Archives: October 2015

Podcasts of seminar series now online

The Irish Centre for the Histories of Labour & Class (ICHLC) is delighted to announce that the first two seminars in its inaugural seminar series are now available to listen to online, along with the first public debate organised by … Continue reading

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Michael Kelly – Galway veteran of Spanish Civil War

This piece on Michael Kelly from the Ballinasloe area of Co. Galway, and published in the Connacht Tribune, 14 August 2015, was compiled by ICHLC members John Cunningham, David Convery and Gerard Madden (with an awful lot of help from Damian Mac Con Uladh). … Continue reading

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Francis Devine, ICHLC Visiting Scholar, October 2015

Francis Devine is ICHLC Visiting Scholar at the Moore Institute for October 2015. While at NUI Galway, he will lead a seminar entitled ‘The ITGWU and the Irish Revolution’ (Wed., 14 Oct., 4 pm, Hardiman Building, Room 1001) & carry out research on an asylum … Continue reading

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‘The ITGWU and the Irish Revolution’, Wed., 14 Oct. 2015

. Francis Devine will speak on the role of the Irish Transport & General Workers’ Union, 1915-23 at this week’s History Graduate Seminar at NUI Galway, 4 pm, Wed., 14 Oct., in Hardiman Library Building, Room 1001 . Francis Devine is currently ICHLC Visiting … Continue reading

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‘The Irish Citizen Army: how significant was it?’ Panel Discussion Thurs 15 Oct

‘The Irish Citizen Army: how significant was it?’ ICHLC panel discussion & debate THURSDAY, 15 OCT., 8.pm, Galway Mechanics Institute, Middle St, featuring: Dr Ann Matthews, Dr Leo Keohane, Prof. Gavin Foster, and Mr James Curry, Dr Conor McNamara All … Continue reading

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ICHLC Events Autumn/Winter 2015

Irish Centre for the Histories of Labour and Class Semester One Events 2015/16           ICHLC Seminar Series 10 September, Room GO10, Hardiman Research Building, NUIG, 16:00 – 18:00 ‘Writing and Theorizing the Irish Working Class’ David … Continue reading

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