On the weekend of 9-11 April 1999, the Irish Studies Centre at Bath Spa University College was pleased to host the annual conference of the Society for the Study of […]

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A stone monument was publicly dedicated to John Neilson in Maplewood Cemetery, Charlottesville, Virginia on 17 April 1999. Born in Ballycarry, County Antrim in the 1770s, he was apprenticed to […]

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Sir Roger Casement was one of a number of patriots, who came from a different tradition. He was of Antrim Presbyterian stock, and gave exemplary service not just to the […]

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A new ‘Gateway for Irish Studies in the Humanities’ has been set up athttp://www.ucd.ie/irh. Its purpose is to provide a single access pointfor new and innovative sites on the Internet […]

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The sonorous sound of the unique set of bells from St George’s Church, Hardwicke Place, silent since the church closed in 1990, will be heard again ringing in the next […]

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