The National Museum at Collins Barracks, Ireland’s new museum of the decorative arts and of economic, social, political and military history, was officially opened by the Minister for Arts, Heritage, […]

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The next International Thomas More Conference will take place in St Patrick’s College, Maynooth on 9-16 August 1998 on the theme Thomas More in his Time: Renaissance Humanism and Renaissance […]

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The monastery of Mount St Joseph at Clondalkin, founded by the brothers of the Third Order of the Discalced Carmelites in 1813, was the first successful monastic foundation in Ireland […]

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Until recently, few women were given prominence in the long list of Kilmainham Gaol’s political prisoners. However, after the 1916 Rising seventy-seven women were held prisoner in Kilmainham for their […]

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What was once a soldiers’ chapel in Beggars Bush Barracks, Haddington Road, Dublin 4, is now home to the National Print Museum. The former garrison chapel, built in the mid […]

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