By Donna Gilligan The use of the postcard as a medium of mass communication was embraced by the international women’s suffrage movement, which recognised it as a cheap and […]

Read More →

Coach House, Dublin Castle, www.artandthegreathunger.org Until the end of June 2018 By Tony Canavan ‘Coming Home: Art and the Great Hunger’ is the world’s largest collection of art relating to […]

Read More →

Women’s opposition to the 1937 Constitution. By Joyce Padbury The women’s campaign against the 1937 Constitution was a short and, in the end, unsuccessful intervention in a major political debate, […]

Read More →

While recent attention has naturally focused on the significance of the Act for the extension of the franchise to women, this was only one of its provisions. By Brian Walker […]

Read More →

Harry Grattan Guinness’s journey from preaching to politics. By Catherine Guinness Henry Grattan Guinness is a charismatic figure well known to many, a leader of the evangelical revival of the […]

Read More →


Copyright © 2022 History Publications Ltd, Unit 9, 78 Furze Road, Sandyford, Dublin 18, Ireland | Tel. +353-1-293 3568