July 4 Sat 3pm National Gallery of Ireland, Clare Street, Dublin 2. Irish artists in France, 1860–1915. 8 Wed 1pm National Gallery of Ireland, Clare Street, Dublin 2. Depictions of […]

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Since the middle of the nineteenth century there have been two universities in Dublin—Trinity College and the Catholic (later, from 1908, National) University—and so it is not surprising that a […]

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Writing in the 1960s, F.S.L. Lyons compared the unionist reaction to the establishment of the Irish Free State to the dog in the night in the Sherlock Holmes story, its […]

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The popularity and success of Fordson FC signalled a shift in the place of soccer within Irish society. When the Ford Marina plant opened in Cork in 1917, those who […]

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So closely do Australians identify with Gallipoli that they often think they were the only ones there, apart from their Anzac partners from New Zealand—and the Turks, of course. Yet […]

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