Exhibition, Linen Hall Library, Belfast, until 31 May 2019, www.makingthefuture.eu. For most of history, Anonymous was a woman’, wrote Virginia Woolf in an essay titled A room of one’s own. […]

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January 2019 marks the 100th anniversary of the Irish nationalist ballad The Foggy Dew. But who wrote it? By Eugene Dunphy Over the years a number of published works have […]

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An unpublished record of what was, to all intents and purposes, Ireland’s first diplomatic mission. By John Gibney The Royal Irish Academy’s Documents on Irish Foreign Policy (DIFP) project publishes […]

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By Lar Joye Since Greek and Roman times armies have displayed captured weapons and flags as a way of celebrating their success. In Ireland we see examples of this in […]

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Norwegian Ole Mørk Sandvik’s 1927 visit to Ireland. By David Toms Ole Mørk Sandvik was unimpressed by Dublin on his arrival in Ireland’s capital in the summer of 1927, describing […]

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