This significant and provocative book raises many questions about history-writing in Ireland. It is based on previously published articles by John Regan concerning the Treaty, Michael Collins and Southern nationalism, […]

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Ruth Musielak, Charlemont’s Marino: portrait of a landscape (OPW, no price given, 80pp, ISBN 9781406428223). Saothar 38: (Irish Labour History Society, ?25, 192pp, ISSN 03321169). Bryan MacMahon, Robert Tressell, Dubliner: […]

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Cavan County Museum inhabits a nineteenth-century house that was once home to a gentry family and then a convent. The exhibition area is spread over three floors and a good […]

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1972 remains a key year of the ‘Troubles’: the year that witnessed the highest death toll, the most notorious mass killing—‘Bloody Sunday’—and what has by now become the most infamous […]

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Nestled in the woods on the eastern boundary of the Castletown estate, Celbridge, Co. Kildare, the eighteenth-century gate lodge informally known as the ‘Batty Langley Lodge’ is one of the […]

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