A sneak peek into Bloomsday rehearsals on Zoom under strict social distancing measures.
Eavan Boland wrote of the wounds carried in the Irish psyche through the death of its heroes.
Women writers in Australian in the first half of the twentieth century were flying blind in the face of a culture that didn’t really expect them to be successful as writers
Bloomsday in the Year of Plague. A metempsychosis.
Josephine Plunkett, a ‘dangerous’ rebel? How did the Commissioner of the Dublin Metropolitan Police get it so wrong? What else did he miss?
A report by Professor Elizabeth Malcolm on Fintan O’Toole’s Lecture University of Melbourne, Miegunyah Lecture, 11 March 2020 Farage and Parnell The well-known Irish journalist and writer, Fintan O’Toole, commenced his lecture at Melbourne University on 11 March by showing a photograph of the 1880s Irish nationalist leader, Charles Stewart Parnell. This picture, O’Toole informed …
The persistence of omissions and misrepresentations of Irish dance and dancers in public media forums also requires attention.
A new Australian book on the Irish National Association, advance notice.
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Elections in western democracies keep throwing up unexpected results.