Central Bank Visitor Centre, North Wall Quay, Dublin 1 www.centralbank.ie, visitorcentre@centralbank.ie By Tony Canavan The new building that is now home to the Central Bank of Ireland is an impressive […]

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Seán Duffy talked to Donnchadh Ó Corráin, Emeritus Professor of Medieval Irish History at University College Cork, shortly before his death on 25 October 2017. SD: Tell me about your family […]

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The Reformation in Ireland. By Henry A. Jefferies Five hundred years after Luther unwittingly launched the Protestant Reformation, historians are still struggling to explain fully why his message resonated compellingly […]

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Comparing Irish nationalism and Zionism. By Aidan Beatty In one of the most memorable scenes of Myles na gCopaleen’s classic 1941 satire An Béal Bocht, the erstwhile narrator, Bónapárt Ó […]

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Sir,—Those interested in southern-African Irish studies will have been pleased to read the article in the Artefacts section on the Anglo-Boer War (HI 25.5, Sept./Oct. 2017). As a postscript, I […]

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