The badges are a tangible link with the past and are unique to South Australia.
Tributes from his daughters for Barney Devlin, journalist, teacher, lover of the Irish language.
A call for papers for an Irish Studies conference foregrounding women.
A Pop-Up Gaeltacht on the Adelaide Oval.
The Irish stamp on Warwick is inescapable: its heritage-listed, gothic-revival sandstone edifices, the Cloisters (formerly Our Lady of the Assumption Convent) and St Mary’s Catholic Church dominate the townscape.
There are two significant memorials erected in Sydney in response to major events in Irish history: the 1798 Memorial at Waverley Cemetery built at the time of the centenary of the ’98 uprising, and the Australia Memorial to the Great Irish Famine unveiled in 1999.
Sunburnt Irish Gathering
24th Irish Studies in Australia and New Zealand conference (ISAANZ24) December 9-12, 2019 Adelaide, South Australia Foregrounding Irish Women : the Antipodes and beyond Call for Abstracts The Antipodes, the opposite, figuratively, geographically, metaphorically. We are interested in accounts of women and men who lived opposite lives often off the main stage, but who played …
A new book on the Irish in South Australia launched.
Canberra has had a small but strong community of Irish speakers for over two decades but has enjoyed a particular increase in involvement and interest in recent years. In 2015 the Canberra Irish Language Association (CILA) was founded, with the goal of further encouraging this trend and providing the Gaeilgeoirí in the region with ways …