While recent attention has naturally focused on the significance of the Act for the extension of the franchise to women, this was only one of its provisions. By Brian Walker […]

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Revered as a saint in India, more effort has gone into honouring her memory than understanding her. By Malachi O’Doherty Margaret Noble, or Sister Nivedita, was a far more complex […]

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ANU Productions Tenement Museum, 14 Henrietta Street, Dublin 1 By John Gibney Hentown is the latest in ANU Productions’ongoing series of location-specific dramas that endeavour to explore murky and uncomfortable […]

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Addressing a historical imbalance in Irish folklore-collecting. By Deirdre Nuttall and Críostóir MacCarthaigh When one thinks of folklore study and folklore-collecting in the area that is now the Republic of […]

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An activity that could be used to embarrass her brother at a very critical time in the fortunes of the labour movement in Ireland. By Gerry Watts In his revealing […]

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