Irish Film Institute, https://ifiplayer.ie/independencefilms/ By John Gibney   Amongst the most famed instalments in Ireland’s cinematic history are George Morrison’s classic documentaries Mise Éire (1959) and its de facto sequel […]

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NMI Country Life, Turlough Park, Castlebar, Co. Mayo www.museum.ie, www.nationaltreasures.ie By Tony Canavan I have to admit that I was expecting a lot from this exhibition. It is based on […]

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By Joe Culley (Twitter: @TheRealCulls) In the 1930s Ernie O’Malley began conducting interviews with some of his former comrades from his revolutionary days. Initially the interviews were informal and were […]

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GERARD FARRELL Palgrave Macmillan €96 ISBN 9783319593623 Reviewed by James O’Neill James O’Neill is an independent heritage consultant based in Belfast. Perhaps it’s a coincidence, or maybe it’s the recent […]

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BREANDÁN MAC SUIBHNE Oxford University Press £20 ISBN 9780198738619 Reviewed by Emily Mark-FitzGerald Emily Mark-FitzGerald is Associate Professor of Art History and Cultural Policy at University College Dublin. In Ways […]

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