Remembering the women of the 1916 Dublin rising.
Given that an estimated 30 per cent of Australians claim some degree of Irish ancestry, the study of Irish history is not only highly relevant but logical,
International film historian Charles Barr charts a pivotal moment in Ireland’s Independence,
‘Death or liberty, and a ship to take us home’ was the catch cry of the largely Irish convicts ——- who staged the Castle Hill rebellion in NSW in 1804:
The Tinteán editorial team wish all subscribers and contributors a peaceful and prosperous 2016. Athbhliain faoi shéan agus faoi shona daoibh. The editors are taking a well-earned break over the Christmas/New Year holiday. Our next online newsletter will be on the 6th February 2016. In the meantime, we thought we’d share with you some of …
Sara Jewell, of Waywords and Meansigns, interviews a Canadian Visual Artist. Joyce aficionado Robert Amos has had a copy of Finnegans Wake since 1969. One of Victoria’s best known artists talks frankly to us about Finnegans Wake, decorating the entirety of the James Joyce Bistro in Victoria, British Columbia, and writing out (by hand) one of …
Dublin was full of mourning, and on the faces one met there was a hard brightness of pain…
the 1916 Rising was watched closely by radicals and aspirant revolutionaries as far away as India and Russia
A Sympoium at UWA to celebrate Veronica Brady
improve your Irish and make new friends!