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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The sharp debates currently surrounding the issue of immigration and the securing of borders call to mind a strange situation that the de Valera government faced as the Second World […]

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By Fiona Fitzsimons The Irish Film Institute was set up in 1943 and incorporated in 1945, with the involvement of the Catholic Church. In the 1980s the National Film Institute, […]

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The prison medical service and the treatment of Thomas Ashe. By Ciara Breathnach On 7 September 1917, Gregory Ashe wrote the following letter to his son Thomas following his recent […]

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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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