She decided where her daughter should go to school. She did not tell the child’s father.
It is easy today to forget the extreme ways that nineteenth-century British society divided along sectarian lines.
Catherine Fitzpatrick, a convict’s wife, conductor of the first choir of an infant colony.
This book on Nano Nagle and her legacy casts a powerful gaze on the lives and culture of a body of nuns whose charism was particularly and importantly focused on girls
Eureka’s Children’s annual Eureka Democracy Award Dinner
A book of essays reissued to mark the centenary of women’s suffrage in Ireland in 2018 full of interest for the general reader.
1917 was a bitter year – probably the most bitter in white Australia’s history – but also one of which Irish Australians can be proud.
Is comedy serious? Mary Kenneally on the risks and adventures of a life in comedy
A feisty recreation of Ireland’s ancient epic.
A robust defence of Kathleen Fitzpatrick.