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The Easter Rising of 1916 is a key event in the Revolutionary decade, 1913-23, and in Irish and world history.
It’s an intriguing lens through which the Rising may be viewed.
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The films in the festival shine a light on contemporary Ireland.
Centenary of Easter Rising: Australian connections
There is a lot to get excited about on this St. Paddys Week!
Intensive course on James Joyce’s A Portrait of the Artist as a Young Man
During Easter Week Lucy hid arms, and mobilised Cumann na mBan. In 1916 Lucy was romantically linked with Con Colbert, one of the sixteen executed leaders who called her ‘the nicest girl in Dublin.’