KEARNEY, Mother Kevin (1875–1957), missionary sister, was born on 28 April 1875 in Knockenrahan, Arklow, Co. Wicklow, the third and youngest daughter of Michael Kearney, farmer, and Teresa Kearney (née […]

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Dr R. E. G. Armattoe was a man of many talents—a medical doctor, anthropologist, writer of prose and poetry, and, towards the end of his life, a budding politician. Although […]

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In the last quarter of the nineteenth century British governments displayed renewed interest in imperial expansion, in what was later dubbed ‘new imperialism’. Between 1870 and 1900 around 66 million […]

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It is quite well known that the Orange Order is found outside the British Isles in areas with diaspora and colonial/ Commonwealth connections, such as Canada, New Zealand and Australia. […]

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African history should be part of the core curriculum of the history syllabus in all our schools, all our third-level institutions. It should be an integral part of history as […]

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