What is so refreshing about this narrative of the Easter Rising is its clear-eyed honesty about how ill-prepared the insurgents were to take on the British.
A highly popular introductory course on Joyce’s Ulysses to be reprised on 3 Feb.
1917 was a bitter year – probably the most bitter in white Australia’s history – but also one of which Irish Australians can be proud.
In the nineteenth century, job advertisements that specified that Irish should not apply were frequent enough in United States and England for songs, plays and jokes to be made about them.
J.M.Synge and Travel Writing will send its readers back to the work being discussed with renewed interest.
It is important to keep our Celtic languages alive, even far from our home countries
a useful resource for anyone interested in this aspect of Irish-Australian history.
A Feature by R. E. Glass Several Tinteán readers and others in the Irish community have expressed the need for a ‘plain language’ explanation of President Michael D Higgins’ comments about economic theory in his speech after being conferred with an honorary Doctor of Laws at Melbourne University. Here goes! It is important to note …
Janet Moran’s performance exuded the confidence of a woman secure in her bodily attractiveness and willing to surrender to her drives, while David Pearse’s Bloom was steady, sane, thoughtful, loveable,
It is a highly dramatic memorial which takes the form of a secular ‘stations of the cross’, with little way-points for remembering as persons those murdered.