DS:    How do you come to have such an interesting name as de Courcy Ireland? JDCI:    I don’t actually know the full story. The de Courcys were, of course, a […]

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This issue of History Ireland touches on some aspects of Ireland’s connection with Germany and the German-speaking parts of Europe. It came about by accident. The editors received a number […]

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Last April Rathfarnham established its very own historical society withthe aim of promoting the history and cultural heritage of the area.Membership is open to all who pay the annual sub […]

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The first Limerick Conference in Irish-German Studies gets underway atthe start of September in the University. It is exactly forty yearssince Nobel Literature Prize-winner Heinrich Böll’s Irisches Tagebuchwas first published. […]

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The National University of Ireland is undergoing a transformation at the moment, as its constituent Colleges become Universities in their own right. But the NUI will continue to play an […]

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