Sir,—Can someone please clarify for me what point Ciaran Wallace is making about anti-corruption activity in Dublin (HI 21.5, Sept./Oct. 2013, ‘Early Sinn Féin—the anti-corruption party’)? The fight for freedom […]

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Sir,—It’s nearly five years since the word ‘iconic’ made it onto the List of Words Banished from the Queen’s English for Mis-Use, Over-Use and General Uselessness. No matter; it continues […]

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Sir,—‘The morality of neutrality is in fact not the question’, Michael Kennedy asserts (HI 21.5, Sept./Oct. 2013, ‘Neutrality: “The very essence of Irish independence”?’). On the contrary, the German Pope […]

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I am delighted to take this opportunity to reassure your readers about the place of history as a subject in the new Junior Certificate after 2017. History is one of […]

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In this ‘decade of centenaries’ Niamh Crowley marks the half-centenary of an organisation that has fostered an up-to-date approach to the teaching of history and which continues to campaign today […]

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