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 the Centre as part of its series to remember the 1916 Rising.

‘Writing and Theorising the Irish Working Class’

DConvery giving paper at ICHLC 10 Sept 2015In the first seminar held on 10 September 2015, Dr David Convery, Irish Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow at the ICHLC, presented a paper titled ‘Writing and Theorising the Irish Working Class’. The audio can be streamed or downloaded below.

 

‘Thomas Picketty: Wealth and Income Inequality’ 

Cian McMahon (standing) and Terrence McDonough ICHLC 1 Oct 2015The second seminar held on 1 October 2015 saw Cian McMahon, a PhD student at NUI Galway, and Prof Terrence McDonough, also of NUI Galway, present a paper titled ‘Thomas Picketty: Wealth and Income Inequality’. The audio can be streamed or downloaded below. The slides referred to in the seminar are available for download by clicking here.

‘The Irish Citizen Army: How Significant Was It?’

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On 15 October the ICHLC held the first of a series of public panel discussions as part of its programme to remember the 1916 Easter Rising. The discussion was titled ‘The Irish Citizen Army: How Significant Was It?’, and featured (from left to right in the photo) Dr Leo Keohane, Prof. Gavin Foster, Dr Conor McNamara in the chair, Mr James Curry, and Dr Ann Matthews. The audio is available to stream or to download below.

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